Hotel Tresanton: A luxury hotel in Cornwall, southern England’s most popular holiday destination.
With sea views, tranquillity, fine dining and stylish rooms: it is the perfect combination for your luxury holiday hotel in Cornwall.
Situated in St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula Hotel Tresanton is a hotel that offers all the luxury you would expect from a hotel run by the famous hoteliers the Forte family. Tresanton has 29 rooms individually furnished with antiques and fine Cornish art. Children are also welcomed at this hotel with 2 family rooms for up to 3 children, so it’s perfect for families looking to enjoy a beach holiday in Cornwall.
The dining room has a calm and cool Mediterranean atmosphere with a mosaic floor giving a feeling of relaxed luxury. It has a terrace on two sides, where lunch, drinks and candlelit dinners are served in the summer, and whenever Cornwall’s temperate climate allows.
All the rooms have uninterrupted sea views over Falmouth Bay, many with there own terraces perfect to relax and unwind on; this really is luxury accommodation in a unique position on Cornwall’s south coast.
The town of St Mawes is a picturesque place to stroll around and enjoy the special quality of Cornish life. Unlike the North coast of Cornwall the landscape is green and lush; characterised by its many south facing sandy bays between the rocky outcrops. In fact, there is a small safe beach right opposite the hotel. During the summer holidays, there is a full time member of staff, who looks after the children and can take them crabbing or to play on the beach.
For guests who don’t just like to sit and admire the sea views from the hotels rooms and terrace then why not hire the Pinuccia a magnificent 48-foot classic yacht, the most beautiful boat in St Mawes harbour, with her slender lines and tall wooden mast.
The hotel has all the facilities you expect in a luxury hotel in Cornwall; a cinema, a bar, a sitting room, conference facilities. The restaurant, with terraces overlooking the sea, specialises in fish and other local produce. The head chef, Paul Wadham, makes use of Cornwall’s famous seafood to oversee a daily changing menu using fish, crustaceans, and organic vegetables, as well as excellent meat from a Cornish butcher.