In 1895 a four-bedroom house was built overlooking the sea on the beautiful North Cornwall coast.
In 1933, Treglos was converted into a hotel, and since being acquired by the Barlow family over fifty years ago it has been gradually and sympathetically expanded and refurbished. Its 42 beautifully furnished and equipped en suite rooms, together with its high standards of care and modern facilities, have earned it four AA stars.
Our Hotel near Padstow has a rich and varied history, and includes a time in WW2 when it was commandeered for use by the armed forces. Down the years, its guest list has included Lords, Ladies, Dukes and Duchesses and, when Edward VIII visited Cornwall, Mrs Simpson was our distinguished guest.
Although we tend to play host to fewer aristocratic visitors these days, we make up for it by treating our many returning guests like royalty…