All bedrooms at the Carbis Bay Hotel have en-suite bathrooms and are designed with comfort in mind. The hotel also has elegant, marble hallways and flooring leading to its classic conservatory.
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.