The family-run Carbis Bay Hotel was built in 1894 and its terrace garden and decking area overlook the hotel-owned, Blue Flag accredited, Carbis Bay Beach.
Built in 1894 by the renowned Cornish architect Silvanus Trevail, the family-run 3-star Carbis Bay Hotel offers wonderful views. It has also received our two-rosette Good Food award.
All 44 bedrooms have a television, telephone, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. They are on the first and second floors with no lift.
Room upgrades are available for a supplement, but are subject to availability.
Enjoy half-board meals in the hotel’s restaurant, which has been awarded Saga’s Good Food Award and an AA rosette for outstanding cuisine.