- Very Good
- 10 guest reviews
"Stayed two nights in this lovely hideaway. Standard of hotel is really good but some basic aspects of service are lacking such as friendly..."
"Gem of a hotel in a small south Cornish fishing village. We had a room directly overlooking the small harbour. Perfect for a quiet getaway a..."
"What a stunning hotel experience. Superior room was super comfortable and the views are stunning although not from most of the bedrooms due..."
"Stunning location, beautiful boutique hotel with wonderful attention to detail. Very comfortable bed & tasteful room. Generous breakfast hel..."
About the hotel
Set in a conservation area, at the foot of a valley with its picturesque cove and tiny harbour, Portloe is part of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula. Surrounded by sweeping cliffs and headlands which form part of the Cornish Coastal Footpath, Portloe possesses an unrivalled beauty and enduring timelessness. The Lugger has been transformed following a major renovation programme.
All the public rooms have been refurbished and greatly improved to offer comfort and functionality in the truly unique setting of this historic harbour. The twenty bedrooms have been tastefully decorated encompassing classical elegance and traditional comfort. Luxury baths and deluge showers offer the optimum in relaxation. Our restaurant serves typical British cuisine alongside locally caught seafood and fish dishes. The Elemis Spa, on-site, really is the icing on the cake for a truly opulent break.
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- Until 11:00 hours
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- Pets are not allowed
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90% would recommend it to a friend
The Lugger Hotel - a Bespoke Hotel
Stayed two nights in this lovely hideaway.
Standard of hotel is really good but some basic aspects of service are lacking such as friendly welcome at reception, basic helpful info re hotel and surrounding area. Also prices in restaurant rather steep which led us to eat in the cosy pub in the village.
Such a shame as this is a beautiful hotel in an idealic spot.
Despite the criticisms we will go back.