The Lugger is a picturesque hotel situated on the Roseland Peninsula in Portloe, England. The on-site, celebrated 2 AA Rosette restaurant serves classic British cuisine.
There are 22 bedrooms. Each offers an en suite bathroom, deep bath, and deluge shower. There is also a self-catering cottage that offers two double en suite bedrooms set across three floors. The cottage has a dining area with oven, fridge, and washing/dryer machine.
The on-site spa offers multiple therapies. Additionally, the hotel can accommodate weddings with up to 45 guests.
The Lugger features a AA Rosette restaurant featuring classic British fare with an emphasis on locally-sourced Cornish produce and fish.
The hotel is only a half mile from The South West Coastal Path. Also, both Trewithen Gardens and the Lost Garden of Heligan are eight miles away, while The Eden Project is 16 miles from this location.
Guests indicate this location has a charming look and feel and benefits from a bespoke nature. This unique destination is routinely applauded for the quality of its views. The hotel overlooks the harbour and its waters, and guests report enjoying the soun
AA Rosette restaurant.
Many of the guests were particularly pleased with the quality of the food at the on-site restaurant. The AA Rosette restaurant here serves classic British fare using locally-sourced Cornish produce.
Most of the guests report that the staff are pleasant and likeable and that their countenance added to the quality of the stay.
Unfortunately, The Lugger is an older location that lacks a lift entirely. If you’re not particularly mobile or are travelling with the elderly, navigating the stairs at this location may prove to be a difficult proposition, although the staff will be at
No Wi-Fi or phone in rooms.
Don’t expect to get a signal when staying at The Lugger. Guests indicate that the Wi-Fi signal does not work in the guest rooms at all. Additionally, there is no reliable phone signal here, so you can largely forget about using your mobile device.
Portions can be small.
While a number of guests enjoyed the quality of the food at the on-site AA Rosette restaurant, several others note that the food portions were just too small to be adequately enjoyed. Depending on the meal, you may not come away completely satiated. Addit