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All reviewsoverlooking the riversunday carveryvalentines weekendpublic car parkstaff could not have been moreold buildingsandwichstayed here for one nightfantastic foodlovely hotelfirst classwell worth a visitexcellent value for moneylovely viewsmoked salmonfollowing morningbeautiful village
Loved this quaint hotel, room was large and comfy, with great view of surrounding hills and trickling river with ducks.
The hotel is in a prime location, with great nearby pubs and the witch museum just a short walk away.
It's a quiet spot but...More
This establishment has a lovely setting with both inside and outside seating.
The outside area that is reached via a bridge from the main Restaurant, looks over tgw main river.
Oddly they only serve food (or did when we were there) up to 18:00. So...More
We stayed for two nights at this hotel on recommendation of our English friends.The hotel exceeded all our expectations.The staff were amazing,food was excellent.Location was perfect with river views from our room.Cannot say one bad thing about this hotel and recommend it to other Aussies...More
Really disappointed with my recent visit to this restaurant. Being raised in Cornwall and returning here with family I want to start by saying I've always had a high opinion of this restaurant. The location is fantastic and in the past so was the food....More
I stayed at the Riverside with my two sisters to relive childhood memories of our summers visiting our Grandad in Boscastle. The owner of the Riverside, Ross and his staff could not have made us more welcome. The room we stayed in was very comfortable...More
The Riverside Restaurant yes it has disabled access . The accommodation unfortunately not. It's a 16 th century building with 2 floors of windy narrow stairs for which we are unable to fit a lift in due to it being... More
The Riverside Restaurant yes it has disabled access . The accommodation unfortunately not. It's a 16 th century building with 2 floors of windy narrow stairs for which we are unable to fit a lift in due to it being a listed building
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"Choose a room on the back overlooking the river - relaxing at night ..."