From luxury boutique hotels, to cosy family run bed and breakfasts, Cornwall is awash with beautiful and unusual places to stay. From moor lands to cliff tops, beaches to woodland, the scenery and landscape is varied and beautiful in Cornwall allowing you to sleep with a different view every night.
Handpicked and one of a kind the owners behind the establishments within our collection pair original thinking with a positive attitude to truly emulate the Cornish spirit.
Set in the heart of the beautiful Valency Valley the Valency bed and breakfast is an eighteenth century slate and stone building which commands a fantastic position in the centre of the popular village of Boscastle.
Retaining a very prestigious Gold Accolade and four stars (the highest you can achieve for the size if property) the Valency is committed to sustainability in everything it does.
GREAT FOR | GLORIOUS GARDENS
St Juliot Rectory is not only an interesting house it is also the setting for one of the most important romances in literary history. It was here in 1870 that Thomas Hardy stayed, later to become one of England's greatest poets and novelists, and met Emma Gifford, the Rector's sister in law, and there began his ;Cornish romance.'
In later life it served as a catalyst for his poetry, in particular a collection titled The Poems of 1912-1913. The Old Rectory is now a charming bed and breakfast, which lies in the heart of the Valency valley and is situated on the hill two miles from the village of Boscastle.
Unspoilt and beautifully quiet this small bed and breakfast is as much a historical gem as it is a peaceful retreat.
GREAT FOR | RELAXATION HAVEN
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