Staying in the village for three nights, we enjoyed the Hotel's breakfasts each morning and dined there one evening. Firstly the setting - magical. You enter the restaurant through three separate linked sitting rooms, so masses of comfortable space to enjoy a pre-dinner drink, or just relax in front of one of the open fires. The dining room at the end looks right over the estuary and, next to The Beach Cafe at Sennen Cove, has one of the most spectacular dining views in the country, particularly on a sunny evening in June when sunset isn't until way after 9.00pm. The dishes are works of art and very tasty, though just a trifle over presented and with maybe too many flavours on the one plate, setting the taste buds a real challenge. Also, as other reviews have noted, the experience and atmosphere is let down by slack, uncaring even, service, which we experienced at both dinner and breakfasts. When such care is taken to produce works of art on a plate, the service expectations should match....and sadly it doesn't. Quirkily, as we were staying in the village, we had no real idea what the dinner cost, and didn't receive a bill (though we could have asked for one). The breakfasts were excellent by the way!
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