Immerse yourself in a cacophony of seaside sensory wonders. Hear the surging waves thrash against the rocks as salt fills the air, gulls call and the coarse sand crunches beneath bare feet. Whether it's boulders erupting in the midst of farmers' fields or the roads that twist to the wild contours of the land, Cornwall is a place of enthralling wilderness awaiting your arrival. Tresanton is a cluster of houses on the edge of St Mawes, one of the prettiest fishing villages in Cornwall. In 1997 Olga Polizzi bought Tresanton and spent two years completely redesigning and restoring it. All 31 rooms have stunning sea views looking out towards St Anthony’s lighthouse, while the hotel itself boasts a restaurant, bar, sitting room, cinema, playroom, children’s garden and a private yacht.