Stylish decor, bespoke furnishings and stunning sea views combine to make The Llawnroc a romantic retreat where you can relax, unwind and enjoy the very best that Cornwall has to offer. Every detail at this Cornish hotel has been designed to ensure that you have an unforgettable stay.
- 3 minute walk from the beach
- Large outdoor terrace
- Spacious and stylish luxury bedrooms
- Restaurant serving locally sourced produce
- Ideal base to explore nearby resorts of St Mawes & Mevagissey.
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Luxury Seaside Escape
Exclusive to OPL
Stay in a Sea View room and receive:
- Bottle of chilled Prosecco in your room on arrival (value £24.95)
- 3 course dinner for two on the first evening (£30pp allowance)
- Full English breakfast daily
- Stay 2 nights or more and recieve a complimentary cream tea on one afternoon (value £6.95pp)
1st May to 30th Jun Mid Season (September & October)
1st Sep to 31st Oct Low Season (November - April)
1st Nov to 30th Apr
1 night stay
Package Price: £95 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £190 per room
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2 night stay
Package Price: £150 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £300 per room
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3 night stay
Package Price: £197.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £395 per room
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Facilities at The Llawnroc Hotel
The Llawnroc is situated in the little fishing village of Gorran Haven, near Mevagissey in Cornwall. The hotel boasts 18 luxury bedrooms, a spacious outdoor terrace, and a fantastic bistro and restaurant.
On the terrace you can sit and enjoy the rolling hills and glorious views of the village and surrounding area.
Gorran Haven has a small working harbour and a fabulous beach. You can pass the time away enjoying views of the sea and passing fishing boats, whilst sipping a drink of your choice.
The Llawnroc is a perfect place to relax, dine in style, and enjoy the best that Cornwall has to offer.
The Llawnroc is a true hidden gem tucked away down some narrow country lanes! Make sure you use your Sat Nav.
Good to know
- Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
- Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
Complimentary on site parking is available
There are no ground floor rooms but the hotel does have a lift.
Bathroom sizes are varied, depending on room booked. There is one room that has wheelchair access and has adapted facilities in the bathroom.
There is one room that has wheelchair access and has adapted facilities in the bathroom.
Children are welcome, additional beds are available on request and can be accommodated in some rooms. Additional beds are £35 a night. Cots are available on request.
Dogs are not permitted
The Rooms at The Llawnroc Hotel
Sea View room
Each of the 18 individually designed rooms at The Llawnroc Hotel have been created as exclusive spaces for your comfort and pleasure. Here you can expect comfy beds, crisp white sheets, fluffy towels and robes to help you relax and soak up the splendour of the lavish interiors.
The spacious rooms all have luxury en-suite bathrooms and some have sea views. They have a limited number of rooms with balconies at a small supplement and some of the larger rooms have seating areas.
In addition to the Sea View rooms, they also have their dual-aspect suite with large walk-in shower and separate bath which is ideal for special occasions. They also have a family suite with two interconnecting rooms with separate bathrooms.
Each room has a widescreen TV and Wi-Fi access.
With rooms this special, you'll never want to leave.
Gwineas Bar and Bistro
The Gwineas is named after the rocks which jut out of the sea just offshore from the beach. And like that rocky outcrop, Gorran Haven's only bistro aims to become a cherished part of village life.
It has a special history as it's located on the site of an old inn where villagers have met for hundreds of years. This attractive, modern bistro is rightly proud of its roots and promises to serve as a social hub for the community for generations to come.
The Llawnroc see some amazing local produce come through the doors every month. Cornish strawberries, local asparagus, scallops from Mevagissey, and freshly landed hake from Looe to name but a few. They endeavour to use the very best that Cornwall has to offer in the menus in order to support the local industry and give guests a real taste of Cornwall.
8am - 10am daily
12pm - 9pm Monday - Saturday in the bar
12pm - 2:30pm Sunday
6pm - 9pm daily in the Restaurant
12pm - 5pm daily
The Llawnroc Hotel Location
Map & Directions
Complimentary on site parking is available
How to get here
Llawnroc's location is very rural and the roads are narrow so do take care, if you are using satellite navigation our postcode is PL26 6NU, if not then from the A390 in St Austell take the B3273 and follow the signposts for Gorran, having driven through Gorran you will come to Gorran Haven, then you can follow the Llawnroc signage to the door.
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Location & Local Attractions
The Llawnroc Hotel is set in the village of Gorran Haven on the south coast of Cornwall and just a short distance from the South West Coast Path.
The Roseland Peninsula and South West Coast Path offer some of the best walking in Cornwall.
Here are some ideas for circular walks from the village :
6m (10k) moderate circular walk including the South West Coast Path – From Gorran Haven, along the coast to Chapel Point, on to Portmellon and then back cross country to Gorran Churchtown and back to Gorran Haven.
3.5m walk from Gorran Haven to Mevagissey – From Gorran Haven, along the coast path and cross country to the harbour village of Mevagissey.
Cornwall's best known attraction. The site consists of two vast landscaped space age greenhouses, or biomes, containing a variety of temperate and tropical plants.
Lanhydrock House & Gardens
An impressive late Victorian country house near Bodmin with extensive servants' quarters, church, gardens and wooded estate.
Lost Gardens of Heligan
80 acres of superb grounds with a complex of walled gardens and a huge, productive vegetable garden. Set in one of the most mysterious estates in England.
Caerhays Castle & Gardens.
An imposing 19th century castle designed by John Nash set in 60 acres of woodland gardens and a private beach.
An Elizabethan Mansion in a stunning setting above the fishing port of Padstow with fine paintings, porcelain, furniture and a collection of Teddy Bears.
Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden – St Ives
The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden features works in bronze, stone and wood in addition to paintings, drawings and other archive material.
Tate – St Ives
The Tate Gallery in St Ives opened in June 1993 in a purpose-built building with five galleries offering an introduction to modern art.
Newlyn Gallery – Newlyn, Penzance
A fully refurbished art gallery showing contemporary national, international and local work
Malcolm Sutcliffe Glass Gallery & Studio – Penryn, Falmouth
A wide variety of distinctive glass made on site. Try your hand at glassblowing or come and watch the glassblowing at one of their open days.
For car free days out, why not consider a journey by train on one of Cornwall's five wonderfully scenic branch lines:
The Tamar Valley Line – Gunnislake to Plymouth
The Looe Valley Line – Liskeard to Looe
The Maritime Line – Truro/Perranwell/Penryn/Penmere/Falmouth
The Atlantic Coast Line – Newquay to Par
The St Ives Bay Line – north to south coast in just 20 minutes!
World of Model Railways – Mevagissey
The World of Model Railways has a main layout with over 30 trains travelling through varied landscapes and is home to a well-stocked model shop.
Hall For Cornwall – Truro
Hall for Cornwall is a thriving theatre in the heart of Truro. Over the course of the year we welcome over 180,000 theatre goers to everything from classical to rock concerts, and pantomime to touring productions from the West End.
The Shipwreck and Heritage Centre – Charlestown, St Austell
Said to be the largest private collection of shipwreck and historical artefacts on public display in Europe, it includes many items from a bygone age including finds from more than 150 shipwrecks.
Pendennis Castle – Falmouth
Built by Henry VIII to help defend England against possible attack by France and Spain. Enjoy the interactive exhibition and end your day with a Cornish Cream Tea in the Castle's tea-rooms.
St Mawes Castle – St Mawes
Like its counterpart, Pendennis Castle it was built by Henry VIII on the opposite bank.
Truro Cathedral – Truro
A stunning three spired Gothic Revival Cathedral in the heart of Truro city. Open every day, entrance is free.
St Just in Roseland Church – St Just in Roseland near St Mawes
A 13th Century church surrounded by sub-tropical gardens
Nestling amongst rich, magnificent coastal scenery, the cleanest beaches and scented sub-tropical gardens. There are cobbled streets full of history, legend and tradition that wind between pretty fisherman's cottages. A magnitude of galleries and craft shops also grace the streets of St Ives.
Traditionally a fishing port, Padstow is now a popular tourist destination. Although some of its former fishing fleet remains, it is mainly a yachting haven on a dramatic coastline.
A traditional Cornish fishing village where you can wander the narrow alleyways and browse gift shops.
Fowey is situated near the mouth of the River Fowey. It lies between Mevagissey and Looe. Its neighbouring town Polruan is situated across the estuary.
The Llawnroc Hotel Reviews
- 18 reviews
- Member since March 2018
Gorran Haven, , St Austell, PL26 6NU
Having stayed for one night we experienced a lovely stay with dinner being of a high quality and service was welcoming and attentive. Our room was first class and spotlessly clean, we certainly will return and recommend this hotel
Modern seaside charm with delicious food.
The hotel manages combine quintessential British seaside charm along with a modern and spacious feel. The furnishings give a feeling of luxury without being stuffy . The sea views are amazing. The food is delicious and gives a modern and regional twist to many old favourites (eg cider battered fish).
Excellent value for money
We stayed 3 nights in a sea view room which was very well appointed. Food in the restaurant is excellent, especially the fish and lots of choice for breakfast. Staff were very friendly and helpful and special mention must be given to Lisa who always went the extra mile and was very efficient. We spent a lot of time on the terrace and there was never a problem finding a seat.
Hotel location rooms service and the food all good
Short break at The Llawnroc Hotel, Gorran Sands
We enjoyed our break at The Llawnroc, even though all the staff were young they were very attentive and polite. Its a lovely setting with a short walk to the beach though quite steep and the beach itself is very nice. The terrace area is very comfortable as is the restaurant and the breakfast room, with a very good service and very nice food, well cooked. Our room, which was very nice, overlooked the terrace and had a lovely sea view. Lovely en suite too.
Great hotel, food and location.
We stayed over the Easter weekend and had a wonderful time. The weather was glorious and the large outside patio area was a real sun trap to relax in. Great hotel located in a small Cornish village, room, staff and food were excellent, we would highly recommend it.
Llawnroc hotel staff were excellent. Friendly and helpful. Very well positioned, good walks along the coastal path and lots of superb venues in a wonderful part of the country. Roads in and out of the town narrow and would imagine when the area gets busy in the summer traffic would be a problem. Hotel food was very good: maybe more seafood?