"Quies - BB"


Marigold and Kevin Lawton

01208 850094



Churchtown, St Tudy PL30 3NN


"Quies B+B - Country Comfort"

"Quies B+B - Autumn Getaway"

Golf tour - next stop Sidmouth
"Quies BB Guests"



Relaxed after a good night's sleep and a fabulous Cornish breakfast, Lesley and David Banbury with friends Annie and Ray Saunders from Saunton, North Devon.


"Quies is getting quite a reputation . . !"




“Very relaxing stay”

5 of 5 stars

Reviewed 07/15
The room was spacious and clean with comfy linen and as a tea drinker I was impressed with the tea selection! Our hosts were very attentive to our needs as well as friendly and helpful with regards to planning our days out. The village is quiet and quaint with a top restaurant a stone's throw away. Loved our stay.


“Excellent hospitality and facilities”
5 of 5 stars

Reviewed 06/15
Had a wonderful 3 nights in Quies Cottage. Large, very well appointed room with a separate individua lfull bathroom. The breakfast was all that you could wish for and nothing was too much for the hosts. I would stay again.


“Excellent in all respects”
5 of 5 stars

Reviewed 06/15
3 great nights in this lovely cottage with a very comfortable ensuite room with facilities better than many hotels. Excellent breakfast and very hospitable owners. Very pretty village and good location to explore the North Cornish coast.


"Quies BB - in all its Summer Glory!"



"Quies BB - a Cornish Warm Welcome and Evening Primrose"




"Quies BB - a Cornish Warm Welcome and Red Roses"




"Quies BB - Cottage Garden"




“A wonderful country house, in the heart of this small Cornish Community”
5 of 5 stars

Reviewed 03/15
Quies is a delightful Grade 2 Listed late 17th/18th Century village house located in Churchtown, in the centre of the oldest part of St Tudy. My Mum and Dad stayed there for a weekend whilst visiting us. Right from their arrival there was a lovely warm welcome from Kevin and Marigold who were unshrinking in their efforts to make the stay a most enjoyable one. Everything was done with personal pride; from the delicious breakfast including fabulous sausages from the local farm butcher Button Meats, to the flask of warm milk awaiting them for their bedtime drinks after a busy day with us exploring some of the local attractions - most notably Bude Canal in the glorious Spring sunshine. Newly restored, the bed, ensuite and bedroom were fresh,clean, comfortable and faultless.

Room Tip: The twin room on the front has the best views of the village square and an excellent nearby bathroom...





"Quies BB - at Christmas"