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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 8
  • £65 - £130 per room per night

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The Port William Inn at Trebarwith Strand, near Tintagel, is a wonderful pub and restaurant renowned for excellent pub food and a comfortable welcoming bar.

Magnificently situated, The Port William Inn nestles into the cliffs overlooking the dramatic Trebarwith Strand on the North Cornwall coast. When out, the tide reveals a mile of golden sand which can be viewed from the bar, the conservatory dining area and from the inn's eight luxurious en suite hotel bedrooms. Once you have visited we are sure you will agree there is no other inn in Cornwall with a location to match that of the Port William.

The Port William must be one of the most spectaular settings for a restaurant in Cornwall, with superb sea, beach and cliff views. The bar is warm and welcoming with its large open fire and nautical theme. A wide selection of wines and real ales is available to compliment the variety of dishes including local fresh fish and vegetables prepared by our resident chef.

We do not serve fast food; our menu uses fresh local produce wherever possible, which is cooked on the premises. Therefore at busy times there may be a short wait for your meal.

Breakfast: Breakfast is served from 8.30 - 9.30am, in the conservatory overlooking the sea.

Lunch: Our lunchtime selection starts at 12pm and finishes at 3pm featuring the full menu and many ever-changing specials and homemade desserts.

We serve a lighter condensed menu during the afternoon, from 3pm until 6pm.

Dinner: We then resume our full menu at 6pm until 9pm. Consisting of many different specials and homemade desserts, changing from day to day.

Bar: The bar is open from 10.30am till 11.00pm Monday – Saturday (until 10.30pm on Sundays), where you can relax outside watching the surfers in the summer, or in the winter sit in front of our cosy open log fire with a hot chocolate admiring the power of the sea against the rocks.

Children's Meals: We are a family friendly pub. There is a children’s menu available and we have highchairs available on request.

Dietary Requirements: We will endeavour to cater to all dietary requirements. Please let us know as soon as possible about your specific requirements.

The Port William offers comfortable accommodation in a stunning and unique location. All of our eight hotel rooms have been recently refurbished to provide a comfortable and memorable stay.

Seven of the eight rooms offer breathtaking views over Trebarwith Strand and the rugged coastline and all have en-suite facilities and are equipped with TVs and hairdryers. All our rooms are modern, comfortable and well equipped.

Ratings

  • Visit England 4 Star Inn
National Rating
Visit England
4 * rating
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    Double or Twin En-Suite 

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    Sleeps 2
  • £65 - £130 per room per night
  • The Port William, Trebarwith Strand
  • The Port William, Trebarwith Strand

We have eight double or twin en-suite rooms.Prices include a Cornish Breakfast. 

• Television
• Tea and Coffee making facilities
• Hairdryer
• FREE WiFi throughout
• All rooms have modern en-suite bathrooms.
• Dogs charged at £5 per night. We ask that pets are not left unattended in the rooms.

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Rail: The nearest railway station is Bodmin Parkway, approximately 18 miles away.

Bus: There are bus services at Tintagel and Boscastle.

Air: Newquay, Exeter and Plymouth Airports are all within an hour's drive.

Car: The inn offers ample free car parking for guests and residents.

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