The Carbis Bay Hotel in St Ives, which overlooks its own Blue Flag beach in what The Daily Telegraph calls "an unrivalled position", is offering Travelzoo subscribers an overnight stay with a room upgrade for £129 per room.
Saving up to £171 on the regular price, this deal includes an upgrade to a Superior room (worth £30), a 5-course tasting-menu dinner in the AA-Rosette-awarded restaurant (worth £60), a full Cornish breakfast each and a complimentary glass of champagne each (worth £20).
The deal is available for stays seven days a week until 21 May.
Stay a second night on a bed-and-breakfast basis for an extra £90, and a third for an additional £80. Stays between 18 June and 18 July are £199 per room.
Not available on 19-20, 26-27 Apr; 3-4, 13, 18 May; 21 June.
Carbis Bay's design incorporates marbled hallways and decked areas around the terraced garden. The hotel is a 10-minute drive from the Tate gallery in St Ives and a 15-minute drive from St Michael's Mount, which can be reached on foot at low tide, across the cobbled causeway. There is also an outdoor pool that is open from May to September.
For those who want to splash out, the hotel also has a luxury yacht, available to hire for £650 for half a day or £995 for a whole day.
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