A popular Cornish hotel is set to reopen under new ownership after an extensive refurbishment.

Hotel Meudon could be one of the only hotels in Cornwall with availability this summer, when it reopens next Monday - although probably not for long.

The hotel, which was sold to to Kingfisher Resorts in December 2020, has seen a stylish redecoration which looks to incorporate and celebrate the hotel's heyday with designs and influences from the 1960s.

A new lounge area with an open fireplace and views out down through the gardens will be complemented by a cocktail bar and restaurant with floor to ceiling windows showcasing the hotel garden.

The refurbishment will also be complemented with a treatment room and the hotel's rooms have also been redesigned to include 22 standard garden view rooms, ten with balcony or terrace, four sea view rooms with balcony, two garden view suites with lounge area and a large sea view suite, as well as an in-land facing suite with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a balcony.

In charge of the restaurant will be head chef Darren Kerley. 

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Sam Banks, the General Manager at Hotel Meudon, said: "The new, revamped Hotel Meudon is going to be one of Cornwall’s finest hotels but with a real home from home atmosphere.

"It’s such a special place, a true hidden gem.

"There’s really nowhere else like it, set in incredible gardens and with the private beach at Bream Cove.

"Darren’s food is amazing too, letting the locally sourced ingredients shine.

"I’m really excited to be heading up such a fantastic team and we can’t wait to welcome everyone."

The hotel’s location – just off the South West Coast Path – has been described as "glorious gardens and stunning setting", which, coupled with flexible, all day dining and decadent afternoon teas, is hoped will ensure it appeals to locals and visitors alike.

Having undergone an extensive and imaginative refurbishment, the hotel, restaurant and gardens will reopen from May 17 2021, subject to Government guidelines.