Pentillie awarded TripAdvisor certificate of excellence

Pentillie Castle has been recognised as a top-performing B&B accomodation provider as reviewed by travellers on TripAdvisor.

Pentillie Castle. Image: Supplied
Pentillie Castle. Image: Supplied
 The castle was built in 1698 and is located in the Tamar Valley – a designated area of ‘outstanding natural beauty'. Situated on the banks of the River Tamar, Cornwall, the castle was remodeled by William Wilkins and the gardens, designed by Humphry Repton, feature rhododendron-studded lawns, woodlands sweeping down to the river, steep valleys and a lime tree avenue.

As well as offering boutique accommodation, Pentillie is a sought-after wedding venue and offers regular guided garden tours and outdoor events.

Castle owner Sammie Coryton said: "Winning this certificate of excellence is a great achievement for all of us at Pentillie and we would like to thank all our visitors and guests who took the time to share their experiences with us on TripAdvisor.

"It has been wonderful to see the castle come alive with visitors staying here, choosing to have their weddings here and even taking over the castle for special occasions. The recognition of so many Cornish tourism providers by accolades from TripAdvisor is well deserved and really exciting, not to mention paramount to maintaining Cornwall’s position as an important tourist destination within the UK, particularly for overseas visitors."

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