Visited here with my boyfriend at the start of January 2015. Another review said that they were not offered breakfast but if they had asked or visited the website they would have know that breakfast is not offered in certain months when there is not enough service. This was no problem as there is a local shop next door with most things you could want. We were free to use the back door and this was great as it gave us the freedom to come and go as we pleased without disturbing anyone. The room we stayed in was room one and it was lovely, clean, lots of space to unpack and a big bathroom, a shower, sink, toilet but lots of room to move :) we both agreed the bed is the comfiest we have ever slept on we wish we had had a look at the mattress! The view of the church just outside the window made it perfect. Staff came round every day offering more milks, tea, coffee etc. A basic room with a kettle, TV and wardrobes but probably the nicest B and B I have ever stayed in as it is decorated well. All of the staff are lovely and we had a good talk to some of them on the last night. Wish we had a chance to visit the pub more in the evenings but there's so many places to visit in Cornwall we travelled in our car, went our beautiful walks and ate delicious meals. The two nights we did get to get in the pub though the atmosphere is great and as it was January it was purely locals. I wish everyone was so friendly throughout the country! Great value friendly people and a stunning area even at the start of January! Will be coming back as soon as we can. Completely recommended!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Situated in the sleepy Cornish Village of St. Keverne on the stunning Lizard Peninsula, we are 2 miles away from 3 beautiful fishing coves with wonderful beaches for those lazy holidays in the sunshine. However for those of you of a more adventurous nature, the area has some of the best diving sites in the country, as well as the famous South West Coast Path which boasts some of the most stunning walks in Europe, all right on our doorstep.In the real traditions of Inn keeping, The Three Tuns is many things to different people – a place for a quick snack and a pint, for family outings – to catch up with friends, for an outstanding meal or for a comfortable base in one of our 5 newly refurbished rooms, whilst you explore the beauty of the Peninsula.We have a cosy dining area with a range of wines or local ales available to accompany your meal. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- The Three Tuns Hotel St Keverne, Cornwall