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St Enodoc Hotel

Listed under Best Hotels in West Country, United Kingdom.

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Families have flocked to Cornwall's north coast for their bucket-and-spade holidays for generations, but hotels that are both stylish and child-friendly were thin on the ground until the emergence of St Enodoc, solid and dependable, with clean lines and easy-going comfort inside. The Mediterranean style restaurant has a wide terrace for outdoor dining and bedrooms are like bedrooms rather than hotel rooms.

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