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All reviewsoverlooking the riversunday carveryvalentines weekendpublic car parkstaff could not have been moreold buildingsandwichlovely hotelfirst classstayed here for one nightexcellent foodwell worth a visitexcellent value for moneylovely viewsmoked salmonfollowing morningbeautiful village
Back for a third stay . As before everything and everyone at The Riverside were first class from arriving to departing . You couldn't fault the breakfast choices .Plenty of everything and more if required .The evening meals were outstanding . All the staff were...More
We stayed here for 3 nights while visiting friends in the area. The hotel is literally right next to the bridge in Boscastle and the river runs right by it. You will have to park in the local car park about 100 yards away but...More
Let us start with the room. After struggling with the cases to get through the maze of corridors we enter a very small room. 2 people staying for a full week proved to be a challenge, fine if you do not wish to use your...More
Had a three course meal here on Wednesday 6th September 2017. We had seen a copy of the menu at the Caravan site we had been staying on. Lovely surroundings, the staff were attentive and the food absolutely delicious. You get what you pay for!!!...More
We went to the Riverside for dinner with another couple. The staff were very welcoming and helpful.
The food was good and plentiful, and the service was good. The only downside was that the choice of fish/seafood was restricted as the sea conditions had been...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