On a country lane between Falmouth and Helford, and surrounded by lush subtropical gardens cascading down to a secluded beach, is elegant coastal retreat Hotel Meudon
A recent refurb of the hotel blends its 1960s design with fresh modernist accents. Bright, stylish rooms feature geometric patterns, smooth curves, and a rejuvenating colour palette which draws on the stunning subtropical gardens beyond expansive windows.
Restaurant Meudon also references the hotel’s 60s heyday. Cornish executive head chef Darren Kerley and team serve a nouvelle-cuisine-inspired menu featuring local fresh fi sh, seafood, meats and game, seasoned with herbs from the Meudon garden.
Signature dishes include gilt-head bream, mussels and clams in a bouillabaisse, Red Ruby sirloin, and show-stopping soufflés. The flexible, all-day dining means guests can enjoy hearty breakfasts, seasonal three-course lunches and decadent afternoon teas at a leisurely pace.
The ways to relax at Hotel Meudon are limitless. You could do nothing more than stay in your room, gazing at glorious views and snoozing on the sumptuous bed, or head down to the lounge and curl up by the open fire with a good book before strolling into the speakeasy-style Freddie’s Bar for a cocktail.
If you need a nudge to transition from high-alert to high-on-life, book yourself in for a luxurious spa treatment or yoga class. And if doing nothing winds you up rather than down, a session with a personal trainer or a bracing swim from the hotel’s secluded beach, Bream Cove, should relax and revitalise even the most stubborn stress-heads.
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