St Enodoc Hotel

Boutique hotel and award winning restaurant overlooking the Camel Estuary

The mornings spent exploring local beaches, afternoons lost to the luxury spa and evenings feasting in the first-rate restaurant certainly warrant some post-holiday preaching. Yet it’s the time spent soaking up unrivalled views stretching across the Camel Estuary that you’ll find most people returning from a thoroughly relaxing break at St Enodoc Hotel sharing with anyone that’ll listen.

Perched above the chic Cornish town of Rock, this 1920s country house turned boutique hotel is the perfect spot for a grown-up beach-side getaway.  Whether that’s an action packed adventure, riding waves on azure waters, seeking stunning vistas on the coast path and enjoying a few rounds on St Enodoc’s golf course, or a foodie affair courtesy of head chef – and MasterChef winner – James Nathan and his intriguing line-up of locally sourced, European dishes.

Modern and stylish throughout, St Enodoc’s sixteen bedrooms – many of which harbour those idyllic water views – are bright and spacious, and adorned with quirky artwork and original furnishings. If you can tear yourself away from a good book in your boudoir, make sure to visit the hotel’s sumptuous spa which uses 100% organic products, or take the foot-ferry over to popular Padstow.

Insider’s tips

When the weather’s good, take advantage of the views from the terrace and dine alfresco.

St Enodoc Hotel, Rock, Near Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL276LA

01208 863394

Chef: James Nathan

Bedroom rate: from £225

Bedrooms: 20

  • Kids welcome
  • Wifi
  • Parking available
  • Private dining available
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa
  • Gluten free options
  • Wedding venue
  • Exclusive use

Sample menu

Starter
Sea trout, nettle and oyster emulsion, spring greens

Main
Beef fillet, shiitake mushrooms, watercress, pickled shallot, chips

Pud
White chocolate mousse, poached rhubarb, filo wafer, rhubarb sorbet

2 courses £27.50 per person, 3 courses £35

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