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The Rosevine

Roseland Peninsula, Cornwall, UK

Idyllic apartment hotel on Cornwall’s stunning Roseland Peninsula - ideal for chic family holidays beside the sea

It’s a long drive to the oh-so-beautiful Roseland Peninsula in south Cornwall, but 100% worth it for the quiet beaches, blue seas, stunning countryside and pretty villages you'll discover there. And at the very end of this peninsula you'll find the welcoming white facade of The Rosevine, the amazing hotel/apartment cross that's made UK family holidays a heck of a lot easier and a whole lot more stylish. Yet despite its lovely interiors, there's an unpretentious, relaxed charm about the place that's perfect for calming post-journey frazzled nerves and easing you and your family straight into holiday mode.

Owners Tim and Hazel completely gutted the once-chintzy interiors of this grand Georgian house to make it over with fresh, seaside style. And they really thought of everything while doing so. Comfortable accommodation, check. Inviting communal spaces, check. An indoor pool and lovely playroom with a train set, toy cars, board games and kids' films - check and check again! Add to this in-room kitchenettes for preparing snacks, a lovely restaurant that's not too expensive, a vast garden with a playground, and a sandy beach a toddle away. Family holiday heaven, indeed. But what we really loved about The Rosevine was its small, intimate size, and homely ambiance. Staff are so friendly, and the vibe so casual and relaxed, that it meant we could properly relax.

Guest Ratings

Room:
90%
Food:
90%
Service:
85%
Value:
80%
Overall:
86%

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Highs

  • Stylish accommodation: studios or 2-bed apartments. All have comfy beds and a reasonable amount of space and privacy, and many have sea views
  • Heaps of kids' paraphernalia to borrow, including buggies, sterilisers, baby backpacks and beach toys
  • The safe, sandy beach a short walk away
  • The restaurant, serving modern British food (locally sourced), tapas, afternoon tea and a kids' menu. Plus there are takeaway options so you can eat in your apartment
  • Spoiling for grown-ups, too: the adults-only lounge has a wood-burning stove and sofas to read on, there's a bar serving perfect G&Ts, and the restaurant is candlelit at night - pack your baby monitor and 'dine out'

Lows

  • A strict cancellation policy
  • The in-room kitchenettes are basic - no hobs, just a microwave oven
  • The indoor pool could become crowded in peak season
  • Patchy mobile reception on some networks
  • A 4.5-hour drive from London and 2.5 hours from Bristol

A step above the usual family-friendly boutique hotel...        

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Save to favouritesPrintMailThe RosevineIt’s a long drive to the oh-so-beautiful Roseland Peninsula in south Cornwall, but 100% worth it for the quiet beaches, blue seas, stunning countryside and pretty villages you'll discover there. And at the very end of this peninsula you'll find the welcoming white facade of The Rosevine, the amazing hotel/apartment cross that's made UK family holidays a heck of a lot easier and a whole lot more stylish. Yet despite its lovely interiors, there's an unpretentious, relaxed charm about the place that's perfect for calming post-journey frazzled nerves and easing you and your family straight into holiday mode. Owners Tim and Hazel completely gutted the once-chintzy interiors of this grand Georgian house to make it over with fresh, seaside style. And they really thought of everything while doing so. Comfortable accommodation, check. Inviting communal spaces, check. An indoor pool and lovely playroom with a train set, toy cars, board games and kids' films - check and check again! Add to this in-room kitchenettes for preparing snacks, a lovely restaurant that's not too expensive, a vast garden with a playground, and a sandy beach a toddle away. Family holiday heaven, indeed. But what we really loved about The Rosevine was its small, intimate size, and homely ambiance. Staff are so friendly, and the vibe so casual and relaxed, that it meant we could properly relax.

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