The Hawkin's Room
This is a charming twin bedded en-suite room situated at the rear in the oldest part of the building (over 400 years old). The thickness of the walls along with slightly sloping ceiling reflects this along with all the character that goes with old buildings.
Sir Christopher Hawkins was the founder of Pentewan harbour and the main building was once a tavern called 'The Hawkins Arms'. It seemed fitting to name one of our rooms (along with one of our cats) Hawkins.
The en-suite has a double sized shower, toilet and sink along with a porthole for light and ventilation.
Situated on the first floor landing 'The Hawkins' room has a television, refreshment making facilities, a bed side light for each bed, radio clock alarm, central light controlled from the wall, heated towel rail in the en-suite and a large (although not completely full length) mirror, hairdryer and a wall mounted panel heater controlled by the occupants of the room.
2 steps and small lip into main building.
15 upward stair steps with hand rail onto first
10 inch step into shower.
2017 price guide
~ Price based on two sharing for a stay longer than one night would be £85 (£42.50 per person) per night, full breakfast inclusive.
~ For shorter stays and different number occupancy please email for a quote to suite your requirements.
~ None refundable deposit of the first nights booking is required for all bookings.