'Best kept village award 2000-2006'
The Cawsand Bay Hotel provides a rare opportunity for guests to relax, unwind and totally immerse themselves in this unspoilt, historic, secluded fishing village - reputed to be the haunt of smugglers in days gone by. One can savour the delights of our first class restaurant and quality accommodation with picturesque ocean views across the hotel's private beach from every window.
During your stay you can enjoy leisurely lunches, evenings of relaxation enjoying the changing colours of Dartmoor across the waters of Plymouth Sound, or simply passing the time watching the yachts and fishing boats in the bay.
The village itself is in the heart of an area of natural outstanding beauty. The National Trust South West Coastal Path runs directly behind the hotel so the more active guest can enjoy breathtaking walks to the splendours of Mount Edgcumbe House and its 800 acre parkland and the rugged Rame Head Peninsula.
This quaint, historical fishing village with winding streets and picture postcard cottages comes alive at night in the handful of turn of the century pubs and inns that serve speciality beers and spirits where locals often recall spooky tales of old!
Cawsand is within easy reach of Cornwall's many famous attractions such as the Eden Project, Land's End and the Minack Theatre. Plymouth's National Marine Aquarium and the new Drake Circus Shopping Centre is a short drive or accessible by the historic Cawsand Ferry. Golf, fishing, waterskiing and many other outdoor activities are all on your doorstep.
Cawsand Bay (along with the connecting village of Kingsand) provide a safe haven and friendly environment for children to swim and play, enabling adults to truly relax and completely wind down during their stay.
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