There are four guest bedrooms, each named after points on the cliffs between Trevigue and Crackington Haven, a mere pebble's throw along the coast. In three guest rooms beds are superking - easily made up as twins on request - while the fourth has a king-sized bed. All are furnished with crisp white linens, fluffy duvets, en-suite facilities, and Freeview TVs while two rooms also have retro radios. As befits such an ancient building the rooms are all different with their own character, mixing period facilities with very modern comforts. The largest guest bedroom, Highcliff, can be made up to sleep three with a further 3" bed, while the smallest, Little Cam, provides tremendous value when you factor in the quality of your breakfast.