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All reviews the pub wreckers bar stunning location crashing waves rugged coast bay window the cliff fish and chips coastal walk old fashioned comfortable room lasagna stayed here for one night fantastic views cooked breakfast sunday lunch lundy island
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Reviewed 25 September 2017

If you're walking the SW Coast Path and aim to stop near here, the choice is minimal. Having said that, the single en-suite sea-facing room was extremely clean and tidy. Very unusually (for a hotel) it was well-lit! The evening food is to a reasonable 'pub grub' standard, but don't unrealistically anticipate culinary magic. Well-kept beer. The cooked breakfast was excellent. 'Benefit of doubt' gives 3.5 rounded-up to 4.

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled solo
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Reviewed 19 September 2017

Having braved the SWCP walk of just over 15 miles from Bude (in reverse direction to normal) on a rather wet and very windy day (reputedly the toughest section of the whole Path), we stayed at this 'iconic' hotel in its amazing location.
The new owners are progressively modernising the facilities (much needed), but the place does still have character. Our bedroom was large with a great sea view; the bed reasonably comfortable; and the large bath was much appreciated. The breakfast options were rather limited - we both do not eat meat and there were no fish options.
After a tiring day, we e enjoyed our comfortable overnight stop.

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 September 2017

This hotel harks back to the time of Poldark in look and feel. Full of all the modern conveniences you could want (Wifi - only available in the bar due to the thick walls, being the only let down) The look and feel of the place plus the fantastic views and nearly walks make it an amazing place. The food is good quality pup food at a good price.

Room Tip: Get a sea view room.
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 September 2017

Went for a meal and drinks while on holiday.
Lovely place to sit and have a Rattler Cyder while watching the crashing waves and setting sun.
Good food and well cooked steak and helpful staff. well worth a visit

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled with family
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Thank David L
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Donal Sarah S, General Manager at Hartland Quay Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 14 September 2017

Many thanks for the review David L and we hope to see you back again in the future.

Kind regards

Donal

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Reviewed 10 September 2017

There is no reason to stay here unless you enjoy being sited on a rugged coastline with unspoilt views. The place itself is a pub with upstairs accommodation and it is very basic stuff - pine cladding, woodchip wallpaper, the works. Everything is cheap. The pub is great, and the meals are just basic pub grub standard and the pub staff were good too. Breakfast room is hilarious, even the staff walk around the pot holes in the floor. Internet is rubbish. Plenty of parking, and in fact everything outside is the only reason worth coming, the cliffs are superb. Well worth a trip but if there was a decent place across the car park - you'd go there.

Room Tip: The rooms with a sea view must be worth paying for
  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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Donal Sarah S, General Manager at Hartland Quay Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 14 September 2017

Dear old_nofolkian,

Many thanks for your review and feedback - I'm sorry things were not quite to your tastes. As an old listed building, it does have a few quirks and plenty of character. Having recently taken over the running of the business, we are making renovations during the off season with plans in place for this Winter's work.
Wi-Fi can be slow, as one of the remotest parts of Devon, the BT service wouldn't be as fast as other areas, that said, there is plenty of bandwidth for general surfing and social media checking etc as well as moderate streaming but obviously the number of people connected will be a factor.
Thank you for your positive feedback regarding the bar and we hope that we can welcome you back in the future.
Kind regards
Donal

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