The St Enodoc Hotel
The St Enodoc Hotel offers guests classic luxury with a modern twist, as well as extraordinary design and great food.
Overlooking the Camel Estuary in the stylish seaside town of Rock - a summertime mecca for sailing and watersports and home to the undulating landscape of the St Enodoc Golf Course, with its two challenging links courses – the St Enodoc Hotel is the ultimate holiday destination for those seeking an active break away by the sea.
The hotel’s sixteen double rooms and four suites are chic and stylish - many have water views and all have been lovingly designed, featuring bright colours and quirky original oil paintings.
Eating at the St Enodoc is an experience not to be missed. The kitchen, run by celebrity chef James Nathan - winner of MasterChef 2008, focuses on simple, fresh and healthy modern European recipes. You’ll find delicious mains featuring on the menu including lemon sole with ratte potatoes, rainbow chard and sea vegetables, or the twice baked cheese soufflé. Don’t forget to leave room for pudding, with tempting dishes on offer including the white chocolate mouse and ‘naked’ lemon tart….
After dinner, retire to the hotel’s beautiful lounge with its open fire, flagstone floor and huge-sink-into sofas and enjoy a nightcap. Why not cuddle up with a novel from the hotel’s extensive library, or simply stare out to sea and watch the moon reflecting on the shimmering waters.
No hotel stay is complete without a spa treatment. Using Pinks Boutique organic skincare products, the hotel’s range of bespoke treatments will envelope you in captivating aromas, opulent textures and long lasting results without chemicals, harm to the environment or questionable ethics.
Whether you’re visiting alone, with the family, or that special someone, you can be sure that a stay at the St Enodoc will make your holiday in Cornwall truly memorable.
The family friendly ethos of the hotel. With a games room and ping-pong table on hand for evening and rainy day fun, as well as a great range of children’s meals available from the restaurant.
Discovering the hidden St Enodoc church – the resting place of Sir John Betjeman, who loved this area.