Cornwall’s Talland Bay Hotel has started work on its next round of improvements to capitalise on the property’s view overlooking the sea.
Work is underway to extend part of the 16th century building to create additional ocean fronting rooms, with the project expected to be completed on April 1, 2020.
The extension will see a ground floor classic room extended to create a further superior sea view suite and two first floor rooms merged to create a premier suite with private balcony.
The latest developments are part of a gradual refurbishment process being rolled out by owners Kevin and Teresa O’Sullivan, who took over the hotel in 2015.
The majority of the bedrooms and main reception areas have now been refreshed as part of the programme of improvements, totalling £250k to date.
“We’re seeing increasing demand for our luxury, sea view rooms and wanted to create something a little extra special,” explains general manager, Jack Ashby-Wright. “There’s a definite trend for people coming away for a break in Cornwall who don’t necessarily have much time but want to enjoy the finer things whilst they’re here.”
Other recent improvements include a refresh to the 2 AA Rosette dining at the four-star hotel.
The lounge and fine-dining options have now been combined into one, with the menu, devised by head chef Nick Hawke, extended across lunch and dinner in both the main restaurant and conservatory brasserie.
An eight-course tasting menu is also now available on request.