From the middle of Newquay, its own crescent leads to the Trebarwith. The first thing to hit you is the stunning view from its terraces. There are several levels and small intimate areas among the gardens and palms as well as the main terrace protected with a glass windbreak. The Hotel itself is a former ”grand” house and the rooms have a ”much loved” feel rather than a ”much used” one. The rooms are clean and welcoming with a good bathroom and all the usual accessories. A larger bed would be nice but it was comfy with a good quality duvet. The public areas could not be bettered, the dining room has unrivalled views of Cornish beaches and cliffs at their finest as has the conservatory. The Bar area and lounges are comfortable and well appointed. the bar is well stocked to satisfy any taste from the excellent Camel Valley Bacchus Dry, through the ubiquitous Pimms to local and national beers. The food is superb quality, with wide choices in two menus and specials. The owners and staff are obviously committed to there rolls as nothing was too much trouble, from serving eats and drinks outside, to suggesting and booking trips. I can honestly say that the ideal holiday we dreamed of after my retirement has been truly fulfilled. We ate out superbly on three nights, which I shall review separately, but feel slightly guilty as the food was so good in the hotel. Although there is no lift, the stairs are few and the help immediate, then all is forgotten in the view from the room window.