The St. Tudy Inn in North Cornwall has unveiled several newly converted luxurious bedrooms, ready to receive guests this spring.

The award-winning food pub, which holds a highly respected Bib Gourmand, now has a complete compliment of four boutique king-size bedrooms housed in a sensitively restored old barn; each has been individually designed to reflect owner Emily Scott’s understated signature style.

Emily explained: “Our rooms are elegant and comfortable, and offer a quiet retreat in the heart of the Cornish countryside. It has been a joy to design and equip the bedrooms and we’ve had superb feedback from our early guests.”

Emily chose the subtle colours of Farrow and Ball Cornforth White and Purbeck Stone alongside countryside fabrics, beautifully upholstered headboards, original illustrations, traditional fixtures and fittings and Bramley bath and body products – all contributing to a feeling of peaceful relaxation and inconspicuous luxury.

However, the rooms aren’t without modern amenities and feature Nespresso machines, USB plug sockets, smart TVs with Freesat box, digitally controlled heaters, heated mirrors and motion sensor lights in the bathrooms.

Breakfast at the inn is a wholesome treat and includes homemade granola, organic yogurt, honey, seasonal fruits, freshly baked bread and homemade jams, plus home-cured bacon, St Tudy Inn sausages and local eggs.

The 17th Century pub is located less than 14 miles from Rock and Padstow, and just 6 miles from the bustling north Cornwall town of Wadebridge; beaches, vineyards, walking and cycling routes, harbour towns, gardens and historic attractions are all within easy reach.

Emily is a highly respected chef patron, who trained in France before setting up her first enterprise – The Harbour Restaurant in Port Isaac – which she ran successfully for six years before passing on the reins to Nathan Outlaw.

In 2014 Emily took charge as Director and Executive Chef at The St. Tudy Inn, where she won a loyal following for her simple, seasonal and beautiful food, and has led the team in winning multiple local, regional and national awards.

She was recently named as one of the 100 Most Influential Women In Hospitality by CODE – a leading industry publication, and is a regular at food festivals across the South West.

Rooms are £150 per night, or £195 inclusive of dinner (excluding drinks) and can be booked online or by calling 01208 850656.

New Rooms At The Inn This Spring
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