coast has teamed up with The St Enodoc Hotel in Rock to offer a luxurious two-night spa break by the sea for our lucky winner and their guest.
St Enodoc is a charming, family owned and run boutique hotel nestled in the hillside above the Camel Estuary in Rock, Cornwall. Originally built in 1924 as a private house, St Enodoc was transformed in 1999 into one of Cornwall’s first seaside-chic boutique hotels. James and Lucy Strachan took over the hotel in 2017, and have quietly transformed it into a modern retreat, with the best Cornish hospitality coupled with the most beautiful location to ensure an escape to remember.
St Enodoc offers guests two wonderful dining experiences under one roof. Executive chef Guy Owen oversees the pass in the Brasserie, where guests can enjoy laid-back, all-day dining with views across the estuary, using the finest local ingredients – and Karrek, which offers an exquisite tasting menu in an intimate, welcoming setting. Much of the produce used is grown at the hotel’s Made Well Farm. From field to fork, the distance is often just a short walk, with fish from day boats at Padstow, oysters from Porthilly and greens foraged from the shoreline.
St Enodoc has 17 rooms and four suites, decorated in bright coastal colours with quirky, original, oil paintings on the walls. The family rooms have kitchenettes and enough space for all ages to kick back and relax. Four-legged friends are also welcome! Unwind in The Spa, with two treatment rooms and a manicure station using Elemis products for treatments. And on warmer days, the pool is the ideal place to relax in the sunshine, enjoy a game of Pétanque and a glass of chilled Camel Valley from the nearby vineyard.
Two nights’ bed and breakfast at St Enodoc, including a three-course dinner at The Brasserie both nights, with one bottle of house wine included. A 60-min Bespoke Body Massage is also included.
HOW TO ENTER
Please answer this question by 30 June:
Which estuary does the hotel overlook?
A) The Thames Estuary
B) The Severn Estuary
C) The Camel Estuary