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The Old Coastguard, Mousehole 14 rooms from $172West Cornwall
Fun, laid back hotel with good food and spectacular views out to sea. Rough edges, simple rooms, very hospitable.Exclusive offer - The Winter EscapeViews - To St Michael's Mount and the LizardGarden - Tropical garden down to the seaQuirky - No TVs - and an eclectic mix of furnitureOutstanding location
This Cornish fishing village is as charming as its name suggests (though the locals pronounce it mowsle), complete with narrow, cobbled lanes, white cottages and a harbour upon which fishing boats bob merrily. For decades this was Cornwall's busiest pilchard port, but these days the tourist trade provides richer pickings, and some of the best places to stay in Mousehole these days are quite boutique-y and foodie.
This stretch of Cornwall has some exceptional coastal walks, and of course there are the beaches. But there are also a number of local artists whose galleries and studios make for an interesting rainy day itinerary.
Mousehole itself is pretty busy in summer (so if you want to book into one of the best places to stay in Mousehole you'll have to plan well ahead), and very quiet in winter - though apparently the town does put on some lovely Christmas lights.
- The Old Coastguard, Mousehole is a simple, 14 room hotel with excellent food and spectacular views out to sea via St Michael's Mount and the Lizard. In fact the sea is at the bottom of a rather lovely, palm filled garden. Friendly and laid back, from the open plan ground floor to the colourful bedrooms. And it's great value, with rooms starting from £110 per night.
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