From its clifftop vantage point, Carlyon Bay Hotel oozes traditional British charm. Outside there’s a championship golf course, manicured gardens, tennis courts and pool, while inside you’ll find plush reception rooms and plenty of old-world splendour
The hotel has a glittering history. Built in 1925 and originally named the St Austell Bay Hotel, it was a popular spot with movie stars, celebrities and royalty. Famously frequented by Edward, then Prince of Wales, and his future wife, Mrs Wallis Simpson, the hotel also welcomed Sir Winston Churchill and his wife Clementine in 1953.
Enter the lobby and, as you’re greeted by a smartly dressed doorman, you can’t fail to be struck by a sense of the hotel’s glamorous past. It remains, despite the hotel having been brought up to date with all the modern elements you’d expect.
After a day beachcombing or getting acquainted with the immaculate 18-hole golf course, slip into the spa and while away the couple of hours before dinner with your choice of over 40 treatments. There’s also a steam room, sauna and indoor pool.
Dining in the AA rosette restaurant, Bay View, is a pretty smart affair. Dress the part and enjoy feasting on head chef Paul Leakey’s creations in the Art Decoinspired dining room.
Paul employs the best of Cornish produce – from freshly landed seafood to regional meats and cheeses – and crafts it with creativity and inspiration from his global travels.
Fancy a thoroughly indulgent dine and stay which includes a round on the golf course? Then you’ll want to try your luck at this competition …
To be in with a chance of winning just answer the following question …
What’s the name of the AA rosette restaurant at Carlyon Bay Hotel?
Terms and conditions
The prize One night stay for two in a seafacing room. Includes dinner and breakfast, prosecco on arrival, an 18-hole round of golf and use of spa and leisure facilities.
Salt Media’s standard terms and conditions apply. Dinner is to be taken from the Table d’hôte menu, with any supplements to be paid. Spa treatments or additional food and drink is not included in the prize. Booking is subject to availability.
This competition closes for entries on May 31, 2019.