The main house at Boscundle was built in 1767 as a mine captain’s house, in more recent times was a large family home and was converted and expanded into a hotel in the 1970’s. More recently additional bedrooms were added in the grounds including the Charlotte garden suite mid way up the gardens. Most recently an indoor pool was added that connects directly into the manor house.
There is no lift.
There are 10 bedrooms in the manor house all of which are at least first floor rooms and one bedroom in the grounds (ground floor but accessible only via rough hewn granite steps).
A disable parking bay exists at the closest point to the manor house.
Access to the front door is via 4 widely spaced steps (without a handrail) or a slope to the left of the steps.
From the front door, access to the fountain terrace and restaurant is via 4 widely spaced steps without a handrail. Access to the conservatory is via a pathway with a slight incline and then up one step (ramp provided) into the conservatory.
Once inside the front door, access to the lounge is via 4 widely spaced steps without a handrail.
Once in the lounge, access to the reception is on the flat and via two steps to the bar and two steps to the dining room. A mobile ramp is available if required.