Luxury Hotel PR Cornwall

Posted: 31/12/2019 in Chefs

Luxury Hotel PR Cornwall New Head Chef Dorian Janmaat Cornwall

ASA Luxury PR & Communications Agency
The Idle Rocks Welcomes New Head Chef Dorian Janmaat The Idle Rocks in St Mawes, will re-open for 2020 on 12 February with new Head Chef, Dorian Janmaat, following a season closure.

The Relais & Chateaux property located on the harbour-front of the picturesque, cobble-stoned fishing port is an idyllic spring getaway and a favourite British holiday destination. The rugged, romantic coasts of Cornwall are synonymous with surfing, pasties and Poldark as well as lesser known walks and gardens such as the Lost Gardens of Heligan.

Chef Dorian Janmaat will return to his home county of Cornwall following eight years at Raymond Blanc’s two-star restaurant, Le Manoir aux Quat ‘Saisons, bringing a host of new exciting dishes to the restaurant, which champions the freshest local ingredients and produce.

Three new packages have been designed to welcome guests to experience a staycation in picturesque southern Cornwall and sample the flavours from Chef Dorian’s newly created à la carte menu.

• One-night On the Rocks
Rates start from £155 per person, based on two people sharing a Village Hideaway room on a B&B basis. Offer includes a three-course dinner.

• Two-night Stay and Dine
Rates start from £315 per person, based on two people sharing a Harbour View room on a B&B basis. Offer includes a three-course dinner and a dinner at St Mawes Hotel.

• Three-night Indulgent Escape
Rates start from £395 per person, based on two people sharing a Harbour View room on a B&B basis. Offer includes a three-course dinner and a dinner at St Mawes Hotel.

All offers available Sunday-Thursday between 12 February – 2 April 2020. The Three-night Indulgent Escape has weekend rates available on request. For bookings please call 01326 270 270 or visit www.idlerocks.com.

Owned by David and Karen Richards, The Idle Rocks features 19 bedrooms and has unobstructed views of the Fal estuary. The interiors reflect the relaxed and friendly attitude of the village with chic and colourful furnishings. Accessible via St Austell or Truro train station, Cornwall Newquay Airport as well as by road.

The Roseland Peninsula is a walker’s paradise which takes in glimpses through dappled woodland across the Percuil River, views down the Carrick roads to Falmouth and clifftop vistas from Killigerran Head overlooking Gerrans Bay. The hotel has an excellent walking guide to the area.