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Tresanton

Hotel Tresanton is one of the West Country's most famous hotels.

Situated at the edge of the unspoiled village of St. Mawes.

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Hotel Tresanton

Hotel Tresanton is one of the West Country's most famous hotels, situated at the edge of the unspoiled village of St. Mawes.

Originally created in the 1940s as a yachtsman's club, Tresanton is a cluster of old houses on different levels; in the 1950s and 60s it became one of the best-known and best-loved hotels in Cornwall.

In 1997 Olga Polizzi bought Tresanton and spent two years completely redesigning and restoring it. It has a casual and elegant atmosphere very much in keeping with its harbour location. The hotel is perfect as a romantic wedding venue, relaxing holiday location or luxury business and conference centre.

'If there is any more elegant hotel in Britain than Olga Polizzi's Tresanton on the Cornish Coast, then I have never been there' The Independent

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Where to Stay of the Day: Hotel Tresanton

Where to Stay of the Day: Hotel Tresanton

17 June

The most iconic hotel in Cornwall and recent winners of the Conde Nast Johansens awards for Best Waterside Hotel in the UK, Hotel Tresanton has the most perfect position and breathtaking views.

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Sweet Treat: Yoghurt and Orange Pannacotta

Sweet Treat: Yoghurt and Orange Pannacotta

From 26 June 2014

Summer is a perfect time for a fruity pudding and the Head Chef at the Tresanton Hotel in St Mawes is enjoying making and serving this lovely dessert at the moment.

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Hotel Tresanton joins King Harry's Cornwall

Hotel Tresanton joins King Harry's Cornwall

12 November 2007 — 12 November 2008

World-renowned Hotel Tresanton in St Mawes has become the latest partner of the tourism project, King Harry's Cornwall.

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