Polurrian Bay Hotel (2 Night Offer & 1st Night Dinner)
(Lizard) 4 4 Star:
Per Person Per 2 Nights
- Set in 12 acres above its own secluded sandy beach
- A range of leisure facilities available for you to enjoy during your stay
- Treatment rooms available
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Dinner Deal Details
- Stay for 2 night's bed and breakfast and receive dinner on the first night of your stay. Dinner will be a 2 course set menu.
In the stunning surroundings of the Cornish Coast, the Polurrian Bay Hotel is the ideal location for a short break in the UK. Offering picturesque views across Mounts Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, this luxury family hotel is unpretentious and includes an array of child-friendly highlights. Refurbished in 2011, the Polurrian bay Hotel is elegantly designed with a glass fronted Vista extension with panoramic 180 degree views of the Cornish coastline and the ocean beyond.
Guests staying on Polurrian Bay Dinner, Bed and Breakfast breaks are in for a treat with the superbly furnished rooms and beautifully restored dining area. Each of the en-suite rooms are warm and welcoming with the latest facilities, including flat screen TV, iPod dock, luxurious Elemis toiletries, and room for extra beds. There are also interconnecting rooms available for large groups staying in multiple rooms.
The stunning sea views from the beautifully restored restaurant and new Vista lounge provide a superb backdrop to any meal. Guests on Polurrian Bay Dinner Deal breaks can enjoy a whole host of delicious dishes created with locally sourced produce from around Cornwall. For a more relaxed dining experience guests can sample the all-day menu featuring the finest locally caught seafood.
Stay 2 nights bed and breakfast and receive dinner on the first night of your stay. Guests who have booked a room that states it includes a Spa treatment, receive 1 x 30 minute treatment per person (this must be pre-booked by calling the hotel). The hotel are offering 2 hours of creche facilities (if required) per day.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 3
- Total Rooms Number: 39
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Open to: October
- Open from: July
- Free: Yes
- Child Restrictions for access to pool(s): Under 15s must be accompanied
- Treatment Rooms
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Tennis Free: Yes
- Table Tennis Free: Yes
- Pool/Snooker Free: No
- Games Room Free: Yes
- Laundry Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Childrens' Play Area Free: Yes
- Name: Redruth
- Distance: 20 miles
- Name: NEWQUAY
- Distance: 45 miles
- Cots/Cribs Free: Yes
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Listening
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 08:00
- Monday to Friday: 08:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Restaurant (Jacket and Tie required)
- Children's Menu available
- Highchairs available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Redruth Distance: 20 miles
- Nearest Airport Name: Newquay Distance: 45 miles
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 3.8 out of 5 based on 5 reviews
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 4.2 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.4 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 4.4 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 842 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 11/10/2016, a customer aged 45-64 who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
Fabulously sited hotel with great views over the cove. Our room seemed to be one of the smallest in the hotel. We had to ask for a blind in the bathroom. Just because a room overlooks the car park shouldn't mean no window coverings - there was also … See more
Fabulously sited hotel with great views over the cove. Our room seemed to be one of the smallest in the hotel. We had to ask for a blind in the bathroom. Just because a room overlooks the car park shouldn't mean no window coverings - there was also the problem that the outside fire escape could be accessed from the ground as well as above. The manner in which it was positioned meant that anyone using it could see straight into the bathroom. The hotel seemed to be well appointed for families though and I assume that would be a major attraction for some. Staff were friendly & pleasant though service in the restaurant was somewhat slow (not enough staff). Overall, a pleasant but overpriced stay. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 3 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 3 out of 5
- Breakfast: 4 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
Great location, friendly staff
Stay Date: 12/06/2015, a customer aged 25-44 from Ivybridge who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
It's billed as a family friendly hotel and we could instantly see why. The reviews for the hotel are good and so was our welcome. Very friendly from the outset and couldn't have been more helpful. The room was basic but very spacious and, unusually f… See more
It's billed as a family friendly hotel and we could instantly see why. The reviews for the hotel are good and so was our welcome. Very friendly from the outset and couldn't have been more helpful. The room was basic but very spacious and, unusually for most hotels, had plenty of plug sockets. The only negative at all was that the water temperature of our shower was a tad variable at times, but usable and as we were only there for 2 nights we lived with it. There are several "themed" areas or rooms in the hotel for young kids and more teenage kids. There are board games and DVDs available and the teenage room has a pool table, tabletop football, a PC, PS3, Xbox 360 and a Wii. More than enough to keep any kids from getting bored. We ate at the hotel on the first night, and whilst it would have been expensive if we were paying, we couldn't fault it. Every course was delicious and if you like fish, there are loads of locally caught options. We didn't use the pool but the grounds and hotel generally were very well kept and the views were stunning. We are planning on going back to this hotel, but maybe with the kids next time. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 3 out of 5
- Breakfast: 4 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
- Anglo Asia: 3 out of 5
- Mullion Meadows cafe: 4 out of 5
Relaxed, family friendly hotel
Stay Date: 02/2018, WestCountryMolly wrote this review.
Relaxed, family friendly hotel - surprisingly calm given the children and dogs! Clean, comfortable room...activities for children (mine were older at 11 and 13 and games room and pool were great for them)....leisure and spa basic and a bit tired but … See more
Relaxed, family friendly hotel - surprisingly calm given the children and dogs! Clean, comfortable room...activities for children (mine were older at 11 and 13 and games room and pool were great for them)....leisure and spa basic and a bit tired but perfectly adequate for few days in a hotel, massage was great....main downside is the cost of food - very over priced and they add a 10% gratuity which makes it even more costly (no problem to get this removed at check out), we're not at all indulgent (had one beer each and the kids had water!) and ended up nearly £100 for a family of 4, really think the hotel should consider a couple of less fussy, more reasonably priced options for adults....would definitely recommend for a relaxed, family friendly stay but take snacks and eat out! Collapse
Home from Home
Stay Date: 02/2018, Richard785 wrote this review.
We booked a one night 'Chill' stay and took our Dog with us. Firstly, location. Set on a Cliff Top, the views from our room were simply stunning. Being so high though, and with a bit of a gale blowing, it can be a little windswept and you can get a l… See more
We booked a one night 'Chill' stay and took our Dog with us. Firstly, location. Set on a Cliff Top, the views from our room were simply stunning. Being so high though, and with a bit of a gale blowing, it can be a little windswept and you can get a little wind noise coming through. Not a problem though. we both slept like the proverbial logs!! Room - Excellent..... Clean, simple, lovely comfy bed, smart bathroom. The rest of the hotel: For the price, you might be expecting something a little swanky. What you get is a clean, modern in places, home from home hotel. Comfy areas to sit and chill, admire the views, read the paper, fall asleep...... just do what you want! The staff are amazing, not in your face all the time, but when required they go out of their way to ensure their guests have exactly what is requested. Lots for children to do, Breakfast Club, Swimming Pool, Games areas - either electronic or board games, Pool tables, etc. Everything to keep them occupied, even on a rainy day. And the walks, very type for every level of fitness. Will be staying again. Collapse
Weekend wedding stay
Stay Date: 02/2018, ScottandLizzie wrote this review.
We booked in to attend a wedding at the hotel. We were a party of 11 including 3 children under the age of 2. I can not praise the hotel and its staff highly enough. Nothing was too much trouble and the level of detail in looking after young children… See more
We booked in to attend a wedding at the hotel. We were a party of 11 including 3 children under the age of 2. I can not praise the hotel and its staff highly enough. Nothing was too much trouble and the level of detail in looking after young children was amazing - right down to having a bottle sterilising service! The place was spotlessly clean - the housekeepers were up on a Sunday morning early dusting top to bottom. The food was great and the event management was professional. 10 out 10 to everyone at this superb hotel. Having been in the hotel business myself for over 20 years and being a hotel inspector this is a rare example of great hospitality - Bravo!! Collapse
Don't go out of season
Stay Date: 01/2018, Nigel D wrote this review.
We booked our stay at the Polurian through Secret Escapes. Although we might expect to get slightly second-class treatment because of this I don’t think we’ve actually experienced it. That said, we were underwhelmed by several aspects of our stay.… See more
We booked our stay at the Polurian through Secret Escapes. Although we might expect to get slightly second-class treatment because of this I don’t think we’ve actually experienced it. That said, we were underwhelmed by several aspects of our stay. Whilst we were told we’d have an inland-facing room were pleasantly surprised to have a seaward facing room – although with the weather predicted for at least one night that might have proved a mixed blessing. The weather didn’t disturb us but we do wish we’d had a different room. Despite is being a decent size, there was still only a 4 ½ ft bed, one chair and a small TV (18”?). The furniture was modern but not especially stylish and there were no ‘trimmings’ like pictures etc. to make the room a bit less bare. The bathroom, although an OK size, was cold having only a small, wall-mounted towel rail. The shower was an over-bath type and the shower head only just extended to the level of my head (I’m only 5ft 11). It could never be described as a power shower either. Yes, we could have mentioned this/complained but the room was good enough and we were only staying two nights. Having settled in, we didn’t want to decamp to another room. My point is that if I was paying full whack, winter or summer, I’d have been disappointed with the room in a hotel with the aspirations it appears to have and the costs it normally charges. Dinner in the main dining room was a pretty quiet affair. The first night there were only about 8 tables occupied, all towards the seaward end. Not too close though and definitely better than spreading them across the whole restaurant. Whilst the senior/experienced staff were good, the junior/less experienced weren’t. We opted for a carafe of red wine and a good bit of it was sloshed on the nice white tablecloth. When my wife’s soup arrived it was without a spoon. By the time we noticed the staff had disappeared and no-one appeared in the restaurant for several minutes. The food was good but way over-priced. Our deal included £30 allowance but that only just covered a starter and main course – even though two of the main course options were fish and chips and burger and chips. OK, they were both good but not £20 good! Veg or salad were extra too. We’ve eaten here a couple of times before, in season, when staying locally and enjoyed the food and service. Then the food and service did justify the prices. Our biggest bugbear though is the default addition of a 10% surcharge. It seems that more and more hotels are doing this now – even for people who have dinner included. What’s funny though is that the service charge can’t come within the £30 allowance either. To make it worse, there’s still a slot on the bill for gratuity! That’s taking the micky, sorry! We’ve no problem with paying £30 for a 2 course meal but we’d expect it to be better and with very good service. The receptionist did readily agree to remove the 10% when we complained. The wines aren’t cheap either. £6-7 for a 175ml glass. The wine lists, as mentioned elsewhere are a bit confusing too. Glasses and carafes (500ml) are listed on one page whilst the same wines by the bottle are listed on another page. From responses to other reviews, this was supposed to have been addressed – but it hasn’t. Breakfast was OK. There’s wasn’t much choice of fruit, just some diced melon or fruit compote. The bread looked to be standard sliced, albeit granary and the croissants and pastries the small, mass-produced sort. The cooked breakfast was quite good although the second day the eggs and bacon were only half cooked – despite us being the only people in the restaurant. Yes, the hotel is superbly located and seems to cater very well for children. Out of season though it’s quiet and seems to be run ‘on the cheap’. Having lived in Cornwall for 10 years and visited plenty of other Cornish places out of season I can understand it. In that case though, the (dining) prices should reflect this. I’m certain that this hotel is a fabulous location in the summer but our impression is that is not as good as it thinks it is. If you’ve children and want to see Cornwall at its best in season, the Polurrian might be for you. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2018, Jaycee C wrote this review.
We had a 2 night stay at this beautiful hotel. It has stunning views. We upgraded our room to a sea view which was well worth the extra. Very friendly staff, spotlessly clean throughout. The food was very good. This hotel caters for families with lo… See more
We had a 2 night stay at this beautiful hotel. It has stunning views. We upgraded our room to a sea view which was well worth the extra. Very friendly staff, spotlessly clean throughout. The food was very good. This hotel caters for families with lots to do for children, there is even a cinema for them. Would love to take my grandchildren there. Would definitely stay there again. Collapse
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