Situated on Cornwall’s Lizard Peninsula with breath-taking views across the Atlantic, Polurrian on the Lizard is a place where vintage glamour meets coastal-contemporary. Retaining an air of elegance in an unfussy yet friendly way, this spectacular clifftop hangout is every bit as welcoming now as it was when it first opened as a fashionable railway hotel in the 1890s.
Boasting panoramic vistas and its own beach, this stylish property sits within attractive lawned gardens surrounded by windswept trees and blossoming flower beds. Crystal clear waters and golden sands await as a winding path from the terrace leads hotel guests down to the secluded Polurrian Cove below.
If unforgettable sunsets coupled with expertly mixed aperitifs are a must, then the Polurrian should be top of your list. Floor to ceiling windows front the laid-back Vista Lounge where sundowners can be sipped in the form of artisan cocktails, wines from the county, Cornish-made gins, and regional beers and ciders. The sea-view restaurant serves up a variety of tasty dishes including classic hand-stretched pizzas fresh from the wood-fired Gozney oven plus Mediterranean-inspired recipes of fresh fish, locally sourced meats and seasonal vegetables.
Sunday’s offer guests and day visitors the opportunity to sit back, grab a cocktail and to enjoy free live music from a range of the best local artists. From acoustic guitars, uplifting country blends to contemporary classic rock and pop, these events are the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon with friends and family.
Accommodation comprises 41 individually styled bedrooms, plus six luxury, three-bedroom self-catering villas. Polurrian on the Lizard also boasts an outdoor swimming pool, tennis court, Elemis spa area offering relaxing treatments, plus the Health Club featuring a gym, indoor pool and hot tub.
The Polurrian provides a brilliant base for exploring the rugged stretch of coastline it calls home and for discovering some of Cornwall’s untouched corners. With direct access to the South West Coast Path, guests can meander to hidden coves, quaint villages, and sandy beaches. From Pilates to sea kayaking, surf lessons with a pro surfer, guided SUP trips, coasteering and horse riding, there is plenty to keep more active guests engaged.
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