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Best Western Porth Veor Manor Hotel,  Kaifeng

4.5/5  - basé sur 496 notations.
Porth Way, TR7 3LW, Kaifeng, Great Britain - Voir la carte
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Le Best Western Porth Veor Manor Hotel se trouve à un peu plus d'un kilomètre et demi de Newquay, à quelques minutes à pied de tous les services qu'elle offre mais assez loin pour oublier l'animation de la ville !Joliment perché au-dessus de la plage de Porth, vous pourrez admirer des vues époustouflantes sur le phare de Trevose. Si vous préférez vous promener, nos formidables jardins en terrasse s'épanouissent dans le climat doux de la Cornouailles et un chemin privé vous conduira à la route côtière, avec un accès facile à la plage de Porth en dessous. Le bâtiment de l'hôtel est un charmant manoir du XIXe siècle, qui regorged'éléments d'époque comme l'escalier en colimaçon et les foyers ouverts. Et comme nous sommes les champions de la bonne cuisine, vous dégusterez des mets locaux primés dans notre restaurant à l'ambiance décontractée !

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Best Western Porth Veor Manor Hotel,Kaifeng
  • 5
    « Very enjoyable midweek break »

    First impressions of the hotel as we drove up to the door were that it is a lovely looking building. Perched up quite high in Porth it looks very impressive with the conservatory. Our check in was very welcoming. Our room with Seaview (28) was big, contained everything we needed, lovely bathroom, settee in front of large TV. The whole hotel is very tastefully furnished, lovely prints and paintings everywhere showing the history of the area, immaculately clean and beautifully and comfortably furnished. We ate in the restaurant the first night and the 3 course a la carte menu was so good that we booked in for the next night too even though we had planned to try somewhere else. Must be a very good chef, quality, choice and presentation of the meals were excellent. All the staff were very friendly and helpful, especially Luisa a lovely Romanian woman, very professional as well as the above adjectives! Bed was very comfy though didn't sleep too good the first night because of a storm, made up for it on the second night! Breakfasts also excellent. I honestly can't think of anything to fault with this hotel and we vwill definitely return.

    « Occasion »

    We stayed as wedding guests and were pleasantly surprised at the position to the beach and the overall facilities available. We would like to thank all of the staff including the back room ones we did not see for the friendliness and helpfulness shown. In particular we were amazed at the quality of the food including a very efficient service to the 70 guests siting down for the wedding dinner. Many thanks for making it a weekend to remember.

    « Short stay »

    My niece and I spent 2 nights at this hotel and we were both very pleased with the rooms we were allocated. They were very clean, also the bathrooms, and nicely furnished. We had breakfast in the restaurant on 2 mornings and there was a wide choice of food. The staff were friendly and helpful and we had a key to the front door as we were out quite late on the Friday night. The grounds were very attractive and with the beach just minutes away, it would have been perfect for families. We didn't get to try the restaurant in the evenings or the bar. The only drawback seemed to be the lack of signal for mobile phones and wi-fi. I would quite happily return.

    « minibreak in Cornwall »

    Lovely quiet Hotel easy to reach North Cornwall destinations. Not in Newquay but about a mile away. Outdoor pool and villas are available. Nice garden aspect to dining room and a putting green to enjoy on a nice day. Great value for our short stay.

    « Short break »

    We came here for a long weekend and a was very pleased with the two bedroom pool view apartment we had. We checked in, in the main hotel and they gave us direction to the apartment and where we could park. When we walked into the apartment it was clean modern and very comfortable. Open plan kitchen, lounge and dinning upstairs with a view of the pool, downstairs two bedrooms master bedroom ensuite beds comfy. Walking distance to the shops and the beach. Newquay was just around the corner.

    « Very friendly, Great for holidays just not suited for the business traveller »

    1) Arrival was straightforward using the Sat Nav (TOM TOM) instructions. 2) On arrival at the hotel the check in staff were extremely pleasant and friendly and helped me on numerous occasions during my stay, a real credit to the hotel. 3) All area's including the bedrooms were always well kept, tidy and clean. 4) My room (No 19) was clean and well maintained (See the photos). 5) There is a large free car park which surrounds the hotel 6) The free wifi didn't really work in my room, so to send work e-mails, I needed to stand in the corridor. 7) Breakfast is an additional fee which is cheaper if booked in advance. 8) As a business guest, I needed to leave early, (7.30am) breakfast however only starts at 8.00am. So even though I had paid for it I never actually received any. On leaving the hotel I was informed by Mr Jamie R (The General Manager) that you can in advance book a take away breakfast. 9) My business partner who did stay after 8 am said that the quality of the breakfast was average for a Best Western, in that he ordered kippers and poached eggs and received just one ½ a kipper and a single poached egg rather than the normal whole kipper and a pair of poached eggs ( See the photo) 10) I used the evening meal service (Beaucliffes restaurant) which opens from 5:30 PM -8PM. The food was good but higher priced than I had expected, starters are £5-7, Mains £16-23, puddings £7 so with a glass of wine that's about £35 a head. There is an early bird special with a starter and a main starting from £17 (5:30 to 7:00pm) But only finishing work at 6 meant that this wasn't an option. Kids meals are £7 and are only available from 5.30-7.30, there are also Kids eat free offers .This ?Kids Eat Free? offer is valid 23 July to 04 Sept and 23 to 31 October 2016. So not so great if your half term dates are later than this for instance in Lincolnshire or Manchester. 11) There is a local pub nearby on the beach called the Mermaid Inn that does excellent local seafood dishes at about £10 a main 12) Location, the hotel is located outside of Newquay about a mile or more but it is next to Porth Beach ( see the photo from the room) 13) On leaving at 7.15am I could not checkout as checkout open about the same time as breakfast. On returning home Mr Jamie R informed me that an express check out service is available for all guests with a requirement to leave early. The form for express check out is provided in the guest information folder or from reception on request. ( I didn't see the form in the pack or knew that one could be requested as I thought that 7:15 wasn't that early.) In summary the hotel scores 7/10 for a good Best Western that just needs some better business considerations to match others in the brand.

    « A generally enjoyable stay »

    A good location close to the beach and coastal walks. There are two limited car parking areas, with the hotel located at the top of a fairly steep hill so if the top car park is full, there is some walking involved. There is however a no parking area in the top car park where guests can be dropped off, and luggage can be unloaded/packed if necessary before parking elsewhere. The Reception is close to the entrance and the staff were welcoming and helpful. We were located on the 2nd floor and unfortunately given the historic nature of the building, there are no lifts. The stairs are steep but assistance is available with your luggage on request. We had a beach/seaview room which was good, clean and reasonably spacious, although with a very small TV. Free Wi-Fi was available. The soundproofing between rooms is very poor and we had one person who could snore for England on one side and a couple who were engaging in a scene from When Harry Met Sally on the other, the latter being more amusing. Notwithstanding the neighbouring sound effects, we still managed a decent night's sleep. Breakfasts were good and served to the table. We dined in the restaurant during our stay and while the food or service was not to the highest standards, it was satisfactory and the meals were tasty and plentiful. One comment is that the service in the restaurant could be more welcoming as there is an inconsistency. From a customer perspective, it is irritating to feel that you are an inconvenience and equally to leave the restaurant without a friendly word. The nearby bar was usually unstaffed but after standing for a short while, someone would appear and serve. Again, it was not welcoming so we only used this the once. Porth Veor Manor is in a good location and notwithstanding the few irritations, we would consider staying again at some point in the future.

    « Wedding »

    We had a room for wedding of our friend's daughter. We had a lovely room nothing was too much trouble. The wedding was on of the most friendly we have been to, helped by the excellent hotel staff especially the gentleman who organised everything. The food was good . I realise the meal was done by outside caterers but the breakfast we had was excellent . A very enjoyable time alltogether

    « Two day get away. »

    Booked into the hotel for a short break to celebrate our respective birthdays in newquay. The staff were helpful. The rooms very clean and comfy. Our double bed was actually two singles pushed together. This didn't bother us but might some couple's. The bed was extremely firm too, absolutely no give, be warned ! Breakfast was very good though, served with a nice filtered coffee. Yes we would stay again.

    « Very good »

    Stayed here for 2 nights on business Quick easy check in. Free wifi. Good fresh breakfast available. Didn't use the restaurant though Beer prices quite high! Good clean comfy room. Tea & coffee facilities. Black mould in the shower grout that really needs addressing. All in all a pleasant stay

  • 3
    « The Menu »

    I have only given average for the hotel as we stayed 4 nights and it was the same menu and specials every night when i asked a member of staff about it we were told they only change the menu every 3/6 months this will put us off staying any longer then 1/2 nights again

    « Weekend break »

    Very friendly comfortable hotel. Lovely sea view room good size lots of draw & wardrobe space. Good breakfast & evening meal great service & portion size. Would recommend for weekend break Parking great & good location to travel around

    « Excellent hotel »

    Booked a three night stay at this hotel but was a little nervous as I read some negative reviews, happy to say the manager/ staff and room were top class and the breakfast was very good with lots of cereals / fruits and bread, the cooked breakfast was very good quality and fresh, will be going back.

    « Disappointing meal in God's waiting room »

    We visited Porth Veor Manor Hotel for an evening meal as pert of a gourmet breaks package whilst staying in nearby Watergate bay, the whole meal lacked any attention to detail right from the wine being left unpoured on the table with no cloth around the ice bucket to prevent it dripping as I poured it myself. The starter was satisfactory, we both had crab saled which said it came with lemon mayonnaise, I expected this to be served on the side when I asked the waitress she said it was mixed in to the crab, my husband main course was fine, I ordered the steak which came with wilted spinach and baby vegetables, the chef clearly thinks that putting spinach leaves under a hot steak will do this job for him! We didn't bother with dessert as my husband's glass had been empty for some time by then, and we were both growing frustrated with the lack off service from the staff, we asked for the bill which was incorrect and then asked to see the manager, we were told there wasn't one on duty, the waitress said the mistake on the bill was not her fault, it was rectified and we left and ate dessert elsewhere. Best Western you need to train the staff in customer service in this hotel.Such a shame it was like a visit to an old peoples home with no staff on reception or in the bar.

    « Great Hotel »

    We spent a great couple of days here ,nothing was to much trouble for the excellent staff,the food was first class and served with a smile,the location of the hotel is within walking distance of a lovely beach. We will be back.

    « Lee claydon »

    Booked a one night stay in a Hotel, reason to book a Hotel and not a b&b was so when I arrived after a long day I could relax and have and evening meal. How wrong was I !! As I checked in I was told restaurant was fully booked so had to drive and find some where to eat. After getting back to Hotel at 8 o clock restaurant had three couples in restaurant.

    « Excellent »

    I have to this is the 27th year that I have spent holidays at this hotel I have always found the staff very friendly. The meals in the restaurant are excellent It is a real home from home Top marks. Great views fro the conservatory. A very pleasant setting. Looking forward to return stay June 2017

    « Lovely place »

    Our room was lovely. Clean and spacious. Staff are great - breakfast was plenty - cooked to perfection - the dining area is bright and they use crisp white tablecloths which will always get my vote. The heated outdoor pool was lush. We are local to Newquay and stayed over as a treat - we were not disappointed. The only criticism - well its an observation not a criticism really - but the furniture in the bar/conservatory area is outdated - the old wicker type - but saying that we had a lovely time - would certainly recommend.


    I stayed at the hotel, along with 5 colleagues, for 5 nights in mid September 2016. Although pleasantly situated and ideal for holidays the rooms were not set up for any business activity and only had a small dressing table. On a positive note, the internet speed was good and the restaurant food very pleasant. Problems however included the fact that breakfast didn't start until 0800 and the hotel bar was closed at 2225 one night despite the staff sitting in it drinking. When questioned that we were residents, we were informed that we could have a drink but we would have to take them outside or to our rooms. The worst experience by far was the attitude of most of the staff who couldn't raise a smile throughout the whole 5 days and made you feel that you weren't at all welcome. Some almost tutted if you asked for something specific at breakfast; they obviously didn't want to be there.

    « Excellent, top marks ! »

    A welcoming comfortable hotel with outstanding staff,nothing too much trouble for them, rooms comfortable and spacious, during our stay our room got flooded by an absolute downpour of biblical proportions, and upon informing the duty manager, withing five minutes the maintenance man came and hoovered all the water up from the carpet cheerfully and efficiently.The food is absolutely amazing in the very pleasant dining room, good choices, perfectly cooked. Definitely will return to this hotel .

  • 4
    « Porth Veor Manor Hotel, thanks for your support »

    This summer I walked the entire South West Coast Path to raise money for FORCE and Over and Above, two South West charities that support cancer patients and their families. Porth Veor Manor Hotel very kindly agreed to be my Accommodation Partner and Gold Sponsor in Porth. On arrival I was struck by the attractive stone building, spacious interior, sizeable grounds and nice views towards the beach. I stayed in one of the biggest bedrooms I saw during the whole trip, which was a bonus with all the kit I had. The double bed was large and comfortable, the en-suite bathroom was impressive and there were good views towards the beach and countryside. The receptionists were very friendly and helpful, assisting me with their local knowledge. When walking for miles and days on end, it's always a treat to have your clothes washed. The hotel provides a washing service for only £10, and my clothes were back with me within 90 minutes. There was plenty of choice for breakfast and I had a very nice, well-presented full Cornish which set me up nicely for the walk to Perranporth. Thanks once again, Jamie and all the staff, for your amazing support of my charity expedition. If you search for ?Jim's Journey? on Facebook, you can see lots of photos of the views around Porth, Newquay and elsewhere along the South West Coast Path.

    « Beautiful »

    This is the second time that we've been here and it's become a firm favourite. The accommodation is more than comfortable. The beach 2 minute walk away and the place has this fantastic holiday vibe. Would definitely recommend to others.

    « Fab Sunday Roast »

    Enjoyed a lovely Sunday roast here, 2 courses for £10, homecooked food and the gravy was the best we'd ever had!! Great service, the waitress was lovely and so helpful, great surroundings. We are going back soon with friends.


    My partner and I booked a double room for 6 nights at this 'hotel' if you can even call it that. We were given room 17, which was meant to be a double room.... When we entered the room the bed definitely wasn't double and there was barely enough room to swing a cat in there. Every nights sleep was uncomfortable as it got so hot in there and the bed was so small and uncomfortable that it partly ruined our holiday. When I found out that other 'double rooms' in the hotel (Room 21 for example), where guests were paying the same rate as I was, I was intrigued to have a look. To my amazement other rooms where guests were paying the same price as I were almost double in size, including the double beds!!! When i spoke to STEVE the 'manager' about this, he was completely unsympathetic, non-understanding and did nothing but talk over me. Steve, a word of wisdom for you buddy and the first rule of business - Look after your customers before someone else does. The other staff members were equally cold and we simply didn't get any service at all in the hotel. I think a change of management may be needed. One night when we asked to change rooms as I simply wasn't getting any sleep they said they had Room 21 available for one night only, but that we would need to pay again to change rooms for one night even though we had already payed for the entire stay....UNBELIEVABLE. Other than the room dissatisfaction and poor service, the breakfast was also sub par. The pool outside was nice and warm, but tiny and full of screaming kids all day and into the evening, which we could hear nice and clearly from our shoebox room, number 17. The only saving grace about this hotel is the location as it was near the main town, St Ives, Padstow & other beaches (the one near the hotel isn't worth seeing). Overall, very disappointing & the worst hotel I have ever stayed in. Please avoid at all costs! I am now going to complain directly to Best Western. If it's anything like the customer service from the hotel, wish me a lot of luck!

    « Great stay at porth veor villas »

    Just got back today from an amazing holiday not our normal type of holiday as we normally stop on haven sites so went for something totally different and I'm so glad we did.we stayed in the villas I would defo recommend these,there perfect for families real luxury home from home with the little things really thought about.we will defo be looking to book again in the near future.thanks for a lovely stay :))))

    « Great location with views across Porth Beach. »

    Great location, just a short walk down the hill to Porth Beach. On-site parking. Great sea and beach views if you get a good room. My only reason for not giving 4 stars was that my room was a bit on the smaller side (maybe because it was a single occupancy double). Oh, ignore where the sat-nav takes you on the postcode, if coming from the Newquay end, continue down the road, past where it tells you to turn right into a residental cul-de-sac, they are at the bottom of the first part of the hill on the left hand side, where the road bends to the right.

    « Summer holiday »

    Booked into Porth Veor on our 3rd visit now Stayed in the 3 bed villa for 11 nights. Accommodation spotless We were well looked after by Jamie the manager. Staff very friendly Ate in the restaurant food was well priced Steak was to die for. Cooked breakfast in the morning was cooked fresh to order put on a few pounds But hey ho it's a holiday. Can't praise this place highly enough Would recommend to anyone. Already booked for a fortnight next yr.. Thank you Jamie and all your staff. Arch & Kathryn xx

    « Things I wish I'd known before booking the Studio at Porth Veor Manor ... »

    It's closer to the main road that the beach It's as close to the bins as the main road The bins are emptied early The laminate floor resembles a choppy sea The bed is impossibly uncomfortable If the bed doesn't keep you awake the noise outside will as there is inadequate insulation The shower room (and especially the shower cubicle) is impossibly small Neither the TV nor the Freesat remotes work Oh ... Did I mention that it was clearly built as a garage ...

    « Lovely big rooms and amazing restaurant »

    Close to Porth beach beautiful location , staff friendly nothing to much trouble. Are room was roomy with a fabulous bathroom and great view of the beach.Short stroll into Newquay were you can find plenty of bars and restaurants for any budget , there are also some really lovely boutique shops which you dont see on the high street .

    « After staying at the Passage hotel this was not good »

    We had room 12 on second floor no lift so it's a struggle fit you are older. The bathroom really small the room was small. Had kettle ,hairdryer shampoo etc. We could just about See the sea. Gardens were nice and reasonable outside pool. Breakfast was ok. Dinner prices very expensive. The staff seemed to do everything from reception,bar and serve food there was not enough staff. It took us 3times to get extra pillow. Considering the staff were very nice. Parking was a nightmare.

  • 5
    « my stay at porth veor manor »

    the staff were very pleasant and helpful at all times, the food and service was excellent, the accomodation was excellent would reccomend.The views were very good not far to walk to the beach and the mermaid pub which is situated near the beach and does food,there is a tesco with cashpoint within walking distance.

    « Porth Veor Manor Hotel turned out to be a good choice »

    We stayed for 3 nights in room 24 which had a sea and garden view. A very comfortable and homely room with plenty of light. Reception were very welcoming and all the staff were friendly throughout our stay. This hotel is in a superb location and only a ten minute walk from Porth beach which is lovely. Plenty of headland walks from this beach. You are also able to walk right to the old Newquay harbour in the opposite direction on a designated path. Quite an easy level walk especially for those less abled. The full English breakfasts were superb as were the normal breakfast offerings cereals, fruit etc. Nice to have a toaster which toasted bread quickly not like many hotels today. Had two evening meals in the Beaucliffs restaurant which we enjoyed. Mostly positives but a couple of negatives as well. Bedroom window blind not working neither was the air con. Also no Pinot Grigio wine available in the bar for pre dinner drinks throughout our stay. The acid test of course is would we return and the answer is definitely yes. Best Western is a good hotel chain which we use often as club card holders.

    « Enjoyable stay »

    Stayed here recently for 5 nights in the 3 bed 3 bath villa. Spacious, clean and comfortable with some nice private outdoor areas. Lovely little pool and short walk to a wonderful beach. A couple of small irritations; on arrival, late due to bad weather and traffic, our keys were not in the security box as instructed and I spent 10 mins in the rain trying to get a signal to phone someone to open up. Also, someone had clearly had a cup of tea and biscuits recently in the accommodation as all the bins had been emptied but biscuit wrappers, tea bags and little milk cartons were in the bin and looked fresh! The fridge never really worked properly all the time we were there. Despite this we all enjoyed our stay and would come again.

    « What a gem of a hotel! »

    Very helpful and professional staff. Clean and tidy rooms. Just on the edge of Newquay (about a mile, within walking distance). Loved it, shame it was only a short stay though. Would definitely recommend.

    « Long weekend »

    A well located spot from both airport and centre of town. Everything is easily walkable. Stayed in one of the cottages and they are very good albeit, somewhat dated. Clean rooms and incredibly spacious. Excellent sized lounge and bedrooms (one en suite) and good amenities throughout. Pool is small but heated and with rooms all round, it's a sociable spot. Only had breakfast and it was very reasonable. Parking spot also allocated to each cottage.

    « Great stay! »

    Stayed for one week self catering with a Groupon offer which was almost half the cost of the normal price so a great saving. We were a family staying in one of the villas by the heated pool. The villa is spacious with 2 bathrooms and very clean with everything you need. The beach is located just a 5 minute walk away. We did not eat out in the hotel for breakfast or Dinner so cannot comment on the quality of this. You do get a discount as a guest in the villas, however we still found these were a little on the expensive side, especially with a young family to feed. Full English breakfast is £12.00 before the discount is applied. Located centrally in Cornwall it is easy to reach many places within 30-40 minutes by car. We would definitely stay again in the future.

    « Fabulous location »

    This hotel stands on a hill overlooking the bay and has wonderful views. The room was large and comfortable, and the only thing I found disappointing was the breakfast. Although it was not a serve yourself buffet I suspect it was all pre cooked and waiting in the kitchen as the fried eggs were not that great. It would also have been helpful if the waitress had told us there was a do it yourself toast machine round the corner as we hadn't spotted it and waited ages for toast to arrive! Nevertheless the location tips the balance and I would happily stay there again.

    « Superb Villas adjacent Hotel Ideal For Families / Couples »

    Spent a week here with out 20 year old daughter and boyfriend. Built about 10 years ago ,10 split level apartment villas as part of hotel, similar to some US places. Very comfy, well planned with 2 bedrooms on lower floor, 2 bathrooms, dining / living on first floor. Well appointed, well decorated , quality furniture and fittings. Heated pool very warm. Dined at the hotel one night, excellent meal, nice bar and conservatory. Newquay Town centre walkable via the headland , just over a mile. Well located too. Would stay again.

    « Very enjoyable break »

    Very nice hotel in a great location with views overlooking the beach from the restaurant and some rooms. The restaurant is very good, we enjoyed the dinners and breakfasts, and the hotel staff were excellent.

    « Relax is the key word here »

    Porth Manor hotel, overlooks the beautiful Porth bay. It oozes holiday perfection. No lift so that could be a problem, but this is a lovely hotel. A ten minute walk takes you the bay. Uphill going back but the walk is well worth it. The walk can be extended to make it to Porth Island. The bus route passes the hotel on its way to Padstein (actually Padstow0 where Rick Stein has his restaurants. Padsstow is a must see place.

  • 5
    « Great location, great setup »

    We stayed in one of the apartments so can't comment much on the hotel except for one great meal - good food with a fantastic view. The set up with the pool surrounded by places to sit was ideal for what we wanted.

    « Better beds, this would be 4 rating »

    We spent one night here. The hotel has a nice position and is clean and welcoming. We had intended to eat dinner but there was some confusion over booking in. The pool is a bonus, especially for families. Sitting around it was very pleasant; a little sun trap. My only real negative is the beds. They were soooo hard - and I like a firm bed.

    « Last minute »

    Had a lovely stay over...last minute decision we booked family room,staff lovely & enjoyed our 1 night loved seagull at our window tryin to pop in!Be careful he doesn't get in tho!Good atmosphere down bar,family welcome??

    « Great views »

    Pleasantly surprised by this Hotel. The sun was out when I arrived. The views from the veranda are stunning. Checking in was easy and quick. Parking was fine. The staff seemed really helpful (albeit wasn't very busy). Didn't eat in the restaurant though the menu looked fine. Room was great and very comfortable and clean. Facilities were excellent even though I had no time to use them. Will definitely come again for business trips.

    « Return visit »

    Having stayed in the villas last year and being a Best Western member, we decided to stay in the main hotel this time, just for the one night. We arrived early and was allowed to leave our car in the car park. The receptionist agreed as members, we could be in line for a free upgrade. Quite the reverse. When we booked in later, we were allowcated a small room on the second floor. The room was functional, well decorated but very small and not what we are used to with Best Western. We suggest you avoid a second floor room. Not good, unfortunately!

    « Food & car parking »

    Food was good but not much of a choice , we felt that some selections of snacks such as sandwiches or panni's would be a nice addition as not all people would like a heavy meal at the end of the day . Parking was also a issues as we came back from a day out & struggled to find a parking space , this would be a major issue when the hotel is fully booked

    « Value for money... »

    This was our second visit here and again, we were not disappointed. The hotel is on the outskirts of Newquay at Porth, above the beach. It is small, but has self-catering as well as rooms with breakfast and a very good restaurant. We ate there on our first evening and the food is excellent. Breakfast has everything you could want - and more! Outside is a small swimming pool and plenty of space for enjoying the sun, if you're lucky enough to get any! My advice is to go and enjoy this lovely little hotel - and it's very reasonable.

    « Very nice hotel good location »

    Really nice hotel in old Manor House great location nice walk down to the beach. Parking good. Room a nice size, bathroom huge with a really good shower. Breakfast tasty and plenty, apart from running out of wholemeal bread. Staff helpful

    « Not the " best" western »

    Despite the excellent position and views we will not be returning. Reception staff were a little vague and breakfast had better presentation than taste. Despite the fact that the place only had three couples order taking was rushed but service was slow.

    « Very helpful staff, lovely location. »

    We stayed here for one night with a coach party of about 20 people. The hotel was clean and comfortable, in a lovely position overlooking the beach and the staff were very helpful indeed. We had an early morning start and the staff went out of their way to provide us with a substantial take-away breakfast and to make sure our needs were catered for. A well managed, very friendly hotel.

  • 5
    « Stayed at Beach House apartment for 3 night stay »

    Was so surprised with the accommodation on the seafront, was well equipped, clean and of good quality everything was perfect even the weather. Thank you for a wonderful stay and would highly recommend to all my family and friends such a well appointed apartment.

    « Nice summer retreat »

    We stayed in the large villas around the pool. Very comfortable beds and kids loved the pool especially as it was heated. We enjoyed many trips to Newquay and surrounding areas easily and supermarkets within 10 minute drive.

    « Great 3 star hotel »

    Have not stayed much in England recently as we normally go abroad. We were pleasantly surprised with this hotel which we booked on our Tesco's vouchers for 3 nights. We had a standard room (forgot this means 4 foot 6 bed!) as a Superior was not available for all the nights of our stay. The hotel is very clean and recently decorated with smart tiles. It is not designer styling but clean and comfortable. Airy bar and restaurant area. Breakfast was excellent with polite and friendly staff. The position is quiet and has good views at the front but even at the back the views are over Porth with an open aspect. There are also apartments and a small outdoor swimming pool which is heated from April and people were using it. A great choice for touring Cornwall as it is quiet to return to at night.

    « Rather Tired Hotel »

    Although the room was clean and tidy the common areas of the hotel were rather tired. Quite a few problems with the room fitments (shower head fell off, leaky windows etc) and very poor beds. Very limited parking. Pool was okay but to ally enclosed by apartments. Overall would not recommend.

    « Groupon Break »

    Just returned from a short break courtesy of Groupon. This is a great hotel, fantastic location run by polite and friendly staff. The room (21) was clean and tidy and very comfortable. We had dinner each evening in the onsite restaurant and the food was of a very high standard. Steak one night, which was cooked as requested and absolutely sublime. Also has Seabass which was again excellent. Breakfast on each morning was ample, the cooked option was plentiful. No complaints whatsoever on either count. The hotel was quiet and not many staff working but they looked after us and there were no issues with being served etc. Would definetly stay here again. We had a look at the apartments and they looked,very modern and comfortable.

    « Warm Welcome At Porth Veor Manor »

    Just returned from a short stay at the Veor Manor and would like to start by saying that this is a hidden gem in on the outskirts of Newquay, located a short walk from a small beach and within walking distance of the town centre, the hotel was fairly busy but was still quite and relaxing. The staff where all very polite and the hotel was clean and tidy throughout. The only slight issue we had was that the poached eggs at breakfast were overcooked but replaced when we pointed it out without a fuss.

    « A Most Beautiful Place! »

    An amazing and tranquil destination that left me in awe and hoping to visit again. I walked to the sea directly from the hotel, meandered around and was able to find light groceries very close by. I hope to return!

    « Would not stay here again »

    Firstly poor standards of cleanliness and not only in a room (we staid in 23) but in general in all hotel. High level of dust throughout the room; beddings, glasses, kettle dirty. Bathroom walls and floor need well deep cleaning. Outside the room I could easily spot cobwebs on lamp shades and windows. We have booked upgraded room with sea view which originally costs over £100 per night. Unfortunately room is very small size same as bathroom; and yes, there is a see view but window is so tiny and I would rather call it garden view than see. Not impressed with breakfast either. Continental breakfast lack of choice and full English breakfast not as expected. Check out time at 10am. No guaranteed parking space for non villa residents. Being in a room can easily hear people walking in a corridor. You must back in a hotel by 11pm otherwise will be required to take night keys and pay deposit for it. Also, mobile reception is terrible for O2, Vodafone and Three users. We could make calls only with Vodafone as the other two networks had no service at all.

    « Comfortable and welcoming »

    Stayed for one night and thoroughly enjoyed the hotel. I was passing through Newquay and usually stay at a local Premier Inn. There was a good deal available at this hotel so I decided to see what it was like. I was pleased to stay in a friendly and well appointed place. The room was large, warm and quiet, ideal for an overnight stay. I didn't eat there but the menu, although not extensive, seemed fine.

    « Great value, great location. »

    Stayed in superior sea-view room. Impressed by room and facilities within. The hotel was ideally located for porth beach and access to the coastal path. Approx 20 mins walk to Newquay town centre. Breakfast was adequate, although ran short on pastries.

  • 4
    « Delightful hotel in lovely setting. »

    We stayed here while vising family in Newquay. The hotel was warm and comfortably furnished with large fluffy white towels in a very modern luxurious en-suite shower room. The breakfast was tasty with locally sourced sausages bacon & hogs pudding. The only downside was the evening meals - I had the rack of lamb which should have had a "jus" but it came with a watery gravy instead - a shame the meat was tender and juicy but it just needed the jus. My husband had the stuffed chicken which didn't taste of much at all the best part was the chilli pearls.

    « Disappointed »

    Just returned from a four night break and found a change since Best Western group has taken over. First time we have stayed in the hotel on a bead and breakfast basis, previously we stayed self catering in the apartments. Food was a little disappointing, very bland and a little over cooked, very unimaginative. One member of staff seemed totally disinterested. This hotel is in the most fantastic location I would return on a self catering basis.

    « Disappointed stay »

    We have just returned from a four night stay at this hotel. The rooms are clean but a little dated and the mattress was a little lumpy (room 17). The breakfast was ok. Although would have been improved if scramble/poached eggs could have been served with toast. We had to make our own! The smoked salmon/scramble eggs again served also on its own, toast or a muffin would be nice and would look more appetizing.The smoked paddock I ordered was bland. I ordered tea which was quite weak. We were in the dining room each morning between 8:15 - 8:30 and on two mornings there was not enough Danish pastries to meet demand. The service was at times slow and one member of staff seemed disinterested and when serving our main courses did not remove our cereals dishes and empty fruit juice glasses. When we came in the hotel in the evening there was no one on reception around 8 o'clock and we had to go and find a member of staff for our room keys. On two occasions we have stayed in the apartments attached to the hotel and these were excellent. We were disappointed with our stay in the hotel.

    « Mothers Day »

    When my Nan booked us in to Porth Veor Manor for mothers day I was really excited as it sounded like super posh food and with a beautiful view of Porth beach in Newquay. When we arrived I found it was as beautiful as I imagined but when I saw the sign Best Western, I immediately remembered being told Best Western's aren't very good. Yet when we walked in, the manor was beautiful, very intricate and old English, quite stunning. The view was lovely. We did have a short 20minute wait but it was well spent escaping in the view, catching up with distant family, and of course ordering in celebratory drinks at the bar. We then were shown to our table which also had a lovely view. I faced out to Porth, purposely to see the sea. We were given a choice off a printed set menu, we skipped starter, but I ordered the roast chicken for my main. There was only one price option for "main" printed and that was for £12 but "£6 child" was hand written scruffy at the bottom of the page like they'd made it up for forgetting the children.. so anyway my younger sisters and my vegetarian Aunty all ordered the children's, the rest including myself ordered the standard main because we were hungry. We then had a quite a long wait, of about 30-40minutes for our food to arrive. And when mine was placed in front of me, my first thought was pass me the veg bowls, and extras. The plate looked huge compared to the amount of food on it. When I realised there were no side dishes I thought, I could eat 2 of that! I had 1 reasonable size chicken breast sliced and resting. Crushed potatoes in a small pile (equal to the amount of a average size yoghurt pot turned upside down) and a spoonful of carrot and suede. Gravy drizzled all fancy and that was it!! Then my sisters plate came out, the plate was smaller but the portion size was the exact same... So not only did it not fill me up for £12. If I'd have ordered a child's for only £6 I'd have gotten the same size portion of food, just on a smaller plate! I was so angry. I actually enjoyed the food, but maybe because by the time, like an hour after we arrived, we got the food I was so hungry, anything would have done.. There was another table complaining about their food, for having to much uncooked & fatty areas on their pork and that it hadn't been cooked enough. The manager came out and accused them of drinking to much alcohol with their meal and spoiling the flavour. How rude. When paying it took 2 members of staff, with no people skills.. trying to figure out the till system, going back and forth the outside foyer. And then messing up the final bill we owed by adding an extra £12 meal. I will never revisit or recommend Porth Veor. Hope this has helped. I would like to leave it on a positive, for a couple of the waitresses who were very lovely to my son and were friendly and attentive to the table also, thank you.

    « mothers day luncheon »

    Different familes made our party up for mothers day luncheon very nice place greetings were good, but when it came to the lunch the standard of food was appalling different starters some were bland the soup so much garlic in it. the main course was a disaster rock hard veg no accompaning gravies very bland tastes when we spoke to the manager he took aboard our comments then said we had been drinking is that not usual to have a drink with your lunch then said nobody else had complained we found out they had, we,ve never had those comments said to us before, he later decided to allow us 20% off the bill, the manager and kitchen ruined our luncheon.

    « winter break »

    My wife and I have just returned to our own lodge after spending January and February at this realy FABULOUS hotel our stay spent in one of the villas situated in the hotel grounds,the villa had a stunning view of the beach,coast road,and costal foot path,the accommodation was second to none,and the staff were truly amazind,nothing too much trouble and any quieries delt with within minuets,We would realy recommend this hotel to anybody who wishes to spend time exploring this part of cornwall,with newquay itself being only a couple of minuites away,thanks to all of the staff for making our stay so enjoyable.

    « Faultless »

    We stayed in a 2 bedroomed apartment in this small holiday complex on the grounds of the Manor which had its own restaurant/bar. On our arrival we were met by very friendly lady who guided us to our superb home for the next 4 nights. Everything we could need was there, all the comforts of home and more. Luckily we had 3 sunny days in a dull February and were able to get out and about to Port Isaac and other coastal villages. Unfortunately I was taken ill during our stay and the reception were very helpful in organising medical consultation. Only sorry that we didn't get to visit the restaurant which had been our plan. We will certainly hope to return and/or visit another of their holiday venues doted around the south west. We did in fact stay in Watergate Bay at the Beachcomers last year and that was wonderful too, despite the weather on that occasion.

    « September 2015, Wedding »

    My wife and I had our wedding reception at this venue last year. We had previously booked with another hotel but the service we received was appalling. We decided to change venue and we are very glad we did! - safe to say it wasn't the same experience here! Jamie and his team were excellent, Jamie was prompt with his replies and was always there for us if we had any questions or queries leading up to the big day. On the day itself the venue was decorated perfectly (once again Jamie helped with his ideas). His staff were well presented, very polite and accommodating to all our guests. The food was delightful and once again, the staff were always around to assist during the dinner itself. I could go on for hours praising this venue and staff, its safe to say they really did make our day special. I wouldn't hesitate for one second to recommend this hotel for any wedding reception. Once again, Thank you for making our day so perfect!

    « Perfect location for the beach. »

    We booked last minute for a one night break over New Year and were pleasantly surprised by the lovely hotel, set just back from the beach at Porth, within walking distance of the coast path and local amenities. The room was spacious and comfortable and very light and airy, with a view of the beach from one of the windows. Breakfast was excellent served in the lovely conservatory which wraps itself around the hotel. As it was the depths of winter there wasn't anything going on outside but there is a small pool that is useable in the summer months and open grassed areas for sitting out when the weather is better.

    « Apartment 3 »

    Lovely fully equipped apartment which was ideally placed for visiting family nearby. The property was very clean and warm on our arrival. We had everything required and would recommend this apartment.

  • 3
    « Could have been better. »

    Upon arrival reception was closed and no one answered the doorbell. I had to ring for someone to drive to the hotel and check me in. The rooms require updating but are clean. During my stay I required changing rooms as my room smelt of sewage when I returned in the evening. The service in the restaurant was extremely slow and it was not busy.

    « An ok hotel »

    The staff were polite, the food quite good, the hotel neat, tidy and well decorated. Evening meals seemed a little overpriced but were quite nice. Ate in the conservatory side of the dining room which was a little on the cold side. Bed a little hard but this will suit some guests. Strange not to find a bar of soap in the en-suite.

    « Fantastic food »

    We had a really nice meal and were very impressed with the style and quality of dishes served, with fantastic views. Staff were very good and attentive. We will return again as recommend to anyone in the area, restaurant is open to all and has a dress code.

    « Porth Beach House - lovely apartment »

    My husband and I spent a long weekend in one of the apartments at the Porth Beach House. It was a lovely apartment on the top floor overlooking the beach. All the rooms were attractively finished and the kitchen was well equipped with just about anything you may need, including a washing machine and dishwasher, which would be useful for longer stays. Check in was at the main hotel, just a short way up the road and staff there were always friendly and helpful. Although there was a wireless modem in the apartment it didn't appear to be connected up. This would have been helpful as the area is a mobile blackspot with no signal and this would be a big plus to help people plan their break. Hopefully it is something that can be fixed and may be available in future. But it didn't detract from the enjoyment of our break and we would love to stay here again.

    « Loved our stay »

    We went to Porth Veor Manor for three day break in the summer and we absolutely loved it. It's a nice hotel situated just by the bay in the lovely part of Newquay. Nearby are good places to eat out and hotel restaurant itself was really good. We loved our breakfast and dinner that we had one one was nice too. It was so good that we were thinking of dining in on the other night too, but decided that we can't not venture out lol The staff were really friendly and would go an extra mile to make you happy. The hotel has its own outdoor heated pool which is great for English weather as the water doesn't heat up quick enough even if it's nice weather. It kind of made me feel like we were somewhere in sunny Spain. We loved our stay so much that we wanted to book additional nights, but unfortunately the hotel was fully booked. And there's no surprises there! Would definitely recommend the place!

    « Porth Beachhouse apartments »

    Booked a last minute break here and we were thoroughly surprised by the quality and location of the apartment. Fully equipped with everything we needed it really added to being in Cornwall again. Check in was at the hotel about 200yds away...and I must back up another reviewer about not being advised about the £100 deposit. The only confirmation received was through and special requests made through the website were not replied to. (Could be fault). That said check in was excellent, the lady was polite and completed check in with ease. Each apartment has allocated parking with is invaluable in Cornwall. I would highly recommend this accommodation and also would highly recommend visiting Cornwall out of season...It is quieter, more relaxed and the views are even more spectacular. Will definitely look to book here again next year. Thank you.

    « Porth Beach house apartments »

    Fantastic accommodation, very clean and only a road to cross to the beach. The kitchen has washing machine/dryer, dishwasher and well stocked cupboards of crockery and utensils. Also provided for your initial arrival with coffee sachets, tea, biscuits and milk. The only down side was the £100 deposit required when we arrived, that we were not informed of when booking, otherwise it would have been a 5 star review.

    « Great 5 day break »

    Just stayed at Porth Veor Manor Hotel, nice spot overlooking the bay at Porth near Newquay. Very pleasant hotel with great staff, all very friendly and welcoming offering great service they are a credit to the hotel. Has a good choice of food which is well cooked and presented, some of the best we have had. Once again enjoyed our stay at a Best Western Hotel. We hope to visit again in the future.

    « Belated birthday »

    Had a lovely stay here, rooms are immaculate food good, staff are welcoming, stunning views from bedroom window. Beach just down the hill. Depending on your fitness a walk into town. We chose not to drive and uses taxi's which were reasonable. Would come again.

    « Four day break »

    We stayed in one of the appartments in the grounds and next to the hotel. Excellent standard of furnishings and cleanliness. As we had an elderley relative with us, we stayed in one of the appartments which were all on one floor with the allocated car parking space right outside the door. Very convenient. We didn't eat in the restaurant or swim in the outdoor heated pool but other guests were impressed with both. Try it out!

  • 4
    « Would definitely come back. »

    Please read if you are planning to stay here. My wife and I recently stayed at the Porth veor manor and had a really nice stay, although I did try to cancel. I foolishly booked through a popular on line Web site specialising in late rooms, and as I later learned inflated prices (ring the hotel and obtain a price first). The reason I tried to cancel was due to the pictures on the Web site, I was worried I'd booked us into a saga break with bedding and decor to match. On checking into the hotel (2 hours early) I was given our room keys. The room had a beautiful view over Porth beach and a comfortable bed with crisp white sheets. The only negative point for the room was that the curtains hung away from the wall and let the light in. The breakfast was really good but I was a little disappointed that you are limited to 6 items for the English breakfast ( I don't do continental), but saying that I didn't leave the table hungry. I know you're supposed to do your homework but If I'd seen some of the pictures and read some of the reviews beforehand I wouldn't have booked, but we had a great stay, we were greeted by pleasant and helpful staff and we both said we would definitely stay again. Just try and get the Web site pictures updated, and It would be great if checkout was a little later.

    « Lovely views »

    Had lovely stay en route to Lands End to fly to Scilly Isles.I would stay again as the hotel was lovely and had nice pool and beautiful view from bedroom . The beach nearby was lovely and I would come back with my granddaughter if possible. Very nice well appointed hotel .I was very pleasantly surprised.

    « Superb hotel in every way! »

    I stayed at the Porth Veor Manor Hotel as part of a golfing tour from South Wales and have to say that I was totally impressed in every way..... not often I can say that! The staff were so friendly from registration to departure - the decor of the hotel excellent (air conditioning in the bedroom and proper opening double glazed windows). And while on about the bedroom, it was spacious, the bed comfortable and the shower powerful and hot (hugely important to me!!). We dined in on all three evenings of our stay - eating before 7pm gave us the £14 for two courses menu - the choice for me was pretty easy - moules marinière followed by fish and chips (alright, so one evening I had the chicken and couscous). Absolutely beautiful. Now breakfast set us up for the day - a tradionaltional English with all the trimmings. Finally, the bar (an important part of any golf tour!). Well stocked and at reasonable prices. I have no hesitation in recommending this hotel. A truly great experience.

    « Two night Winter stay »

    This was our first visit to Porth Veor Manor Hotel, we selected this location for what we hoped was a nice quiet location, and we were not disappointed. Set in an elevated position overlooking Porth Beach, we opted for a room with a "sea view" which even in February was a delight to look out upon. The room was a good size, well appointed, bright and warm, and a very comfortable bed. A good sized bathroom, with shower over bath, very clean. There is free Wi-Fi available which can be a little hit and miss depending where you are in the building (although there was a little confusion over how to access it initially, along with not being able to use the T.V, but a visit from a very helpful member of staff soon rectified both issues, and to be fair it was early in the season so I suspect it was just a couple of 'wrinkles' to be 'ironed out') The restaurant is very pleasant, part of which is in a conservatory which wraps around one side of the hotel and offers lovely views, which we admired whilst enjoying excellent quality breakfast each morning of our stay. This was a rather hectic stay for us (visiting relatives and trying to get some sightseeing in) but we decided we would definately return at some point in the Summer. All the members of staff were attentive and very pleasant, all in all a very enjoyable experience.


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Depuis : l'A30. Continuez le long de l'A30 et prenez l'A392 indiquant Newquay. Continuez sur environ six kilomètres et à Quintrell Downs, tournez à droite vers Newquay et Porth (A3058). Continuez sur environ cinq kilomètres et au mini rond-point, tournez à droite direction Porth sur la B3276. Le Best Western Porth Veor Manor Hotel se trouve à 800 mètres sur la gauche.


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