From Our Editors
The Slipway provides a comfortable base from which to explore Northern Cornwall. Walking, cycling, fishing and surfing are all popular activities in the area and the watery depths of the Atlantic Ocean can be seen from the windows of the hotel. Once a ship's chandlery, the now-converted inn features a traditional bar open to locals of the quaint harbour town and guests alike. Real ales feature on tap, many from local breweries, and a covered terrace area outside often showcases live music. Ten en suite rooms feature double or twin beds, TVs and hospitality trays along with fluffy towels. The restaurant makes the most of its harbourside surrounds with a seafood featuring prominently on the menu. It sources its fresh fare, such as crab and lobster catches, from local fishermen, while meat and other produce are also sourced from local suppliers.