Perched on a cliff top along the Lizard Peninsula, offering an unparalleled view across Mullion’s cove and the pretty fishing harbour is the Mullion Cove Hotel. Because of its stunning location, Mullion Cove is a perfect escape at any time of year with rooms to suit all requirements and budgets.
Surrounded by beautiful National Trust land and sitting adjacent to the magnificent South West Coast Path, during your stay you can get out and enjoy the marvellous views and some of the most picturesque walks in all of Cornwall. And of course dogs will enjoy the wonderful walks just as much as you, Mullion Cove welcome dogs and have a selection of dog friendly rooms and a doggie lounge where your dog can relax after a hard day’s sightseeing- and sniffing!
With 30 comfortable and beautifully decorated en-suite rooms all offering any amenities and facilities to make your stay as relaxing and restful as possible from tea and coffee making to under-floor bathroom heating. Most rooms at Mullion Cove offer stunning sea views. There are five different bedroom categories ranging from spacious and private Sea-Views suites and Superior Sea View rooms, to Partial Sea View and Standard Accommodation. Each room offers little touches to make your stay enjoyable and memorable, from biscuits to complimentary fine toiletries, Premier rooms and suites also enjoy homemade cookies and soft towel robes and slippers.
Dining at Mullion Cove is another experience to make your Cornwall Holiday one to remember forever. Breakfast, cooked fresh each morning using the finest local produce, can be a traditional Cornish affair, with bacon, eggs, and all the extras. Or for something a little different, try eggs Benedict or smoked salmon and scrambled eggs on toast. Each evening, the Atlantic View Restaurant offers a superb daily changing culinary masterpiece featuring freshly caught seafood and other hand crafted dishes.
The local area is full of natural beauty and days can be spent on the beautiful beaches and coves of the Lizard Peninsula, dipping your toes into the sparkling turquoise waters of Kynance Cove and many more. The local fishing villages, including the Hotel’s namesake Mullion are also worth a visit scattered with unique craft shops and boutique tea rooms.