The Bottreaux Hotel (Boscastle) Reviews
Newest Review: ... All rooms are en-suite and with the usual tea making facilities, TV and telephone. Every detail, from bed linen and curtains to furniture and light fittings had been very carefully chosen to enhance the bright quality of the room. The 6 foot wide, super king sized bed which according to the blurb "the beds boast mattresses among the best available on the market" was exceptionally comfortable and snug and ensured a good night's sleep. The stairs in the hotel and the floors in the rooms were covered in a pale lemon seagrass, which apparently is a completely natural, allergy free material and was soft to the eye and warm on the feet. ... more
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by - written on 21/08/06, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 740 readings)
I first came across the Bottreux Hotel when it was featured on BBC2's "A Seaside Parish" This was a series about the Cornish village of Boscastle and its female vicar. During the filming, the floods that devastated the area hit Boscastle and businesses and livelihoods were left in ruin. Although the Bottreaux didn't suffer directly because of its position at the top of a hill, it did indirectly when the village became a no go area for visitors and bookings at the hotel hit an all time low. I felt extremely sorry for the young couple who owned it, he the chef and manager and his wife who had recently given birth. They were both obviously worried as they had ... Read the complete review
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