Mullion Cove Hotel is well underway with its multi-million pound development project, as the property prepares to start unveiling its new facilities this Easter.
Late last year, BH revealed that the three-star hotel was to embark on a two-year renovation that would see new luxury apartments and a new spa created.
In just a few months the new Luxury Harbour View Apartments will open for the first time. The collection of four, two and three bedroom self-catering apartments with views over the Lizard Peninsula will help to ensure Mullion Cove Hotel is a year-round resort.
Work has also begun on the new spa, which will open in the summer.
Coppers, bronzes, brass, tins, silvers and granite will feature and also colours taken from the local natural environment such as the blues and turquoises which are prominent in the cove.
Facilities include an indoor hydrotherapy infinity pool, sea-view steam rooms, saunas, salt laconicum and experience shower, while outside, decking will sweep around the edge of the building, leading to the hotel’s refurbished outdoor, newly-heated swimming pool and a hot tub and outdoor seating area.
The use of seaweeds and sea salts incorporated into treatments and products will help to add a feeling of natural and organic relaxation.
Natural sounds, such as recordings of the Mullion sea washing against the pebbles in the harbour, along with the use of foraged seaweed from the lizard and salt products derived from the Lizard peninsula will also be utilised.
Mullion Cove’s general manager, Daniel Thompson says: “We couldn’t be more excited about these new developments, which will enable us to provide a true year-round experience for visitors looking to enjoy the indulgence of our hotel facilities or the independence of our growing self-catering options.”
The three-star hotel is owned by the Grose family and is home to a 2 AA Rosette restaurant run by head chef Paul Stephens.