This secluded boutique hotel is the kind of seaside getaway you dream about: set high above Rosevine, with breath-taking ocean views and a private beach, it’s unashamedly restorative and uncompromising in pursuit of quality. Chris Eden’s Michelin-starred cooking embraces ‘terroir’ and handles local ingredients with the sort of respectful aplomb you’d expect from a graduate of The Square and The Wolseley in London – just consider grilled mackerel fillet with smoked rillettes, cucumber, fennel and crab. The bright dining room also provides a suitably unpretentious backdrop for plates of Saddleback pork belly, cheek and black pudding with Jerusalem artichoke, hazelnuts and mead or a mille-feuille of quince, chestnut and vanilla cream. Round off with Cornish cheeses or perhaps a digestif on the terrace, accompanied by the sound of waves on the shore. “A real treat”.