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We stayed in a small scruffy room, with weird sliding door on the bathroom that didn't quite shut properly! Breakfast was a bit of a disappointment if you wanted continental, but the toast was delicious.
Didn't feel welcome by the people running the place, don't...More
I fell for Coast before I had even arrived and I wasn't disappointed. Beautiful sea views from the large window in Sea Campion was it's main feature. You're high up and have amazing views up the coast of cornwall. I feel the other reviews are...More
The four of us took two rooms for the night. The room two of us had was quite small, but had a great view across the bay. It was clean, however the bath mat was wet. There was no one available to deal with this...More
I booked two rooms at Coast B&B for two nights. We asked for a twin room for me and my adult daughter. On opening the door we were surprised at how close together the beds were, hardly any space around the beds to get to...More
My friend and I stayed at Coast just this last weekend (Thursday to Sunday) and were really pleased.
Easy to book online with no hassle at all.
We arrived at about 10pm and the restaurant; Bean Inn was in full swing which I have to...More
Response from Morningbockerglory | Property representative |
Hi, Coast is about a ten minute walk from Carbis Bay train station but it is all up hill. There are some alternatives, you can carry on to St Ives and then get a bus (there is a stop outside the B&B) or a cab from St Erth... More
Hi, Coast is about a ten minute walk from Carbis Bay train station but it is all up hill. There are some alternatives, you can carry on to St Ives and then get a bus (there is a stop outside the B&B) or a cab from St Erth and avoid changing into the branch line. Although the branch line is a beautiful scenic route.