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All reviews owners and staff stayed at this hotel for nights mike mary sunday carvery a family run hotel the hotel is clean family room town centre five minute walk pleasant stay lovely hotel fresh fruit north coast of cornwall friendly welcome bed was very comfortable full english steak
This has to be one of the most customer friendly hotels we’ve stayed in! Nothing was too much trouble for Mike and Mary or their team and everything was delivered with a smile. The hotel is comfortable and well located in the North coast of...More
The Bossiney House Hotel is a lovely welcoming hotel. The owners are very relaxed and freindly. The food for both breakfast and evening meals was top drawer and well worth a night in, rather than walking the town of Tintagel searching for food. The wine...More
The staff were nice and accommodating. The rooms were small but clean. There was no place for luggage if more than one person is staying in the room and there is not a place to hang towels (towels are expected to be used for the...More
The staff were a mix of friendly and cold we stayed for 3 nights the food fine
Rooms felt small, and the hotwater seemed to baffle them the location veiw ect was good but thd extractef fan was loud...
We got a discount as we...More
This hotel was slightly pricier than I’d usually go for on a uk break but the location was great. Tintagel is adorably quaint and this hotel is a mere 10 minute walk to the castle grounds, which is why most people come to this area....More
Response from mike186245 | Property representative |
The central building of Bossiney House Hotel was built in 1896 and although we have managed to install a fully disable compliant general public toilet, compliant guest rooms are beyond our ability to adapt and we would need... More
The central building of Bossiney House Hotel was built in 1896 and although we have managed to install a fully disable compliant general public toilet, compliant guest rooms are beyond our ability to adapt and we would need to structurally change the building to accomplish that. We will adapt when we next do major works.
Regretably, the answer to your question is "no" at present. We would suggest a newer hotel where facilities are designed in.. You might consider The Falcon at Wadebridge.
From the team at Bossiney House Hotel