The Hotel Tresanton commands spellbinding views across the water to the green headlands of the Roseland Peninsula. A former yachting club, the original building design was fashioned from a cluster of old houses in the 1950s, hence its higgledy-piggledy levels. Commencing in 1998, Peter Bayly carried out the original commercial architecture that created the Tresanton Hotel in its present form.
Our successful association as commercial architects for the premier hotel in Cornwall continues through Steve Hooper, with an ongoing programme of refurbishment and restoration to the restaurant, kitchen and bathrooms and even the addition of new Juliet balconies to the renovated bedroom suites.
Photo Credit: Hotel Tresanton