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B and Bs in Polperro

The Claremont Hotel
Polperro
Cornwall

PL13 2RG | View map

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The Claremont Hotel is a privately owned and family run hotel centrally positioned in the heart of Polperro, offering comfortable accommodation, and less than three minutes walk from what is probably the prettiest fishing harbour in south east Cornwall, if not in the whole county. Relaxing, picturesque, timeless Polperro is renowned as an ideal place to stay to discover and explore Cornwall, with superb walks and many places of interests and gardens nearby. Only 13 miles from the Eden Project.

The Claremont Hotel has twelve bedrooms, arranged on three floors. Those rooms at the front overlook the village and the rooms at the rear of the hotel are more secluded, facing the hillside. All rooms have a colour TV, tea/coffee making facilities and en suite bath or shower.

Free secure car parking is available in the hotel car park situated immediately opposite the hotel. We hope to have the pleasure of your company, when we will endeavour to make your stay as memorable as possible.
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