Cornwall: Superior King Room for Two with Breakfast, Bottle of Prosecco and Optional Dinner at 4* Hustyns Hotel and Spa On sale!

Cornwall: Superior King Room for Two with Breakfast, Bottle of Prosecco and Optional Dinner at 4* Hustyns Hotel and Spa

£204.90 £79.00

The Hotel Nestled in the rural surroundings, the four-star Hustyns Hotel and Spa welcomes guests with an extensive choice of on-site facilities designed for individuals,…

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The Hotel

Nestled in the rural surroundings, the four-star Hustyns Hotel and Spa welcomes guests with an extensive choice of on-site facilities designed for individuals, couples and families alike. Guests can enjoy a 20-metre indoor heated pool, fitness suite and spa area, as well as a tennis court and crazy golf. The famous Camel Trail is just a short stroll from the venue, while a fish and duck pond can be found on the premises.

Holidaymakers unwind in cosy rooms featuring classic decor, bright colour tones and wooden furnishings. The bedrooms boast en suite bathrooms with hairdryers and come fitted out with flat-screen TVs and tea- and coffee-making facilities.

For those keen on camping, the resort offers a private plot of countryside land to put up a tent. Other entertainment options available in the local area include Camel Creek Adventure Park and plenty of opportunities for fishing, kayaking and cycling.

Groupon’s Guide To Cornwall

From Bude to Land’s End, Cornwall encompasses everything from chocolate-box villages to vast Atlantic coastlines and vibrant surfing hubs. As residents are rarely more than a half-hour drive from the sea, there’s no surprise it plays a huge part to Cornish life, with busy harbours and Michelin star awarded seafood restaurants allowing fish to go from boat to plate in 24 hours.

With clubs, bars, and extreme sports, Newquay has plenty to offer for a youthful crowd, while family-friendly Falmouth has more sheltered beaches and all-ages day outs such as the National Maritime Museum. Away from beach life, grown-up St Ives is an established arts centre, home to the Tate St Ives, Barbara Hepworth’s garden and a wealth of independent galleries. Inland a little, the Eden Project’s greenhouse biomes create spectacular tropical environs and an otherworldly, space-age feel. Visitors can also buy into the local legends on Bodmin Moor or hike along the rugged landscape to catch a glimpse of the fabled beast.