|The Wellington Hotel, our historic 16th Century Coaching Inn, is set in glorious National Trust countryside close to an Elizabethan harbour and heritage coastal footpath.
The Waterloo restaurant within the hotel specialises in mouth-watering cuisine made using locally sourced produce including seafood, meat and dairy as well as some dishes from further afield, with a comprehensive wine list including choices to suit the discerning palate (and pocket!)(open evenings from 7 except Thursdays Booking advisable)
We welcome you to wander in our ten acres of woodlands, with private gardens connecting through to many National Trust walkways.
The freehouse 'Welly Bar' with its log fire and beams, serves real ales, lagers, malts and wines as well as exceptional bar food.
Amongst many other antiques, you can see oil lamps donated to St Juliots church by Thomas Hardy or peruse through our guest registartion books dating back to 1850's.
Why not stay to listen to traditional folk music at one of our well established Singers Night with the Boscastle on a Wednesday. Regular Sunday afternoon sessions with local singer/songwriter Mex Merrick and colleagues are a feature of the winter months, and music from local and not so local bands feature on some Friday nights!
M5 to Exeter, A30 past Okehampton and Launceston to Kennards House, A395 (signposted North Cornwall) to Davidstow, follow Boscastle signposts (B3263).