Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews

They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.5 out of 5
3.2 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
2.5 Room comfort
2.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
We double-checked.
2 out of 5
by A verified traveler from wEYMOUTH

location is superb

Posted Aug 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
Unfortunately being a pub we had expected a certain ammount of noise up to maybe 11.30pm BUT 12.30-1am was impossible to sleep. The staff were helpful. The other problem is being the establishment it was made it difficult to leave before opening time. we found our way through the fire escape in order to go for a pre breakfast walk, no staff available to help.I would not stay there again. if you want to stay in bed all day to recover your sleep ok. Also Hotels.com got the wrong postcode and not the hotels own number to find our way, not funny to be taken 14 miles out of location.
3 out of 5
for Couples
by A & H from MA

Harbor View

Posted Jul 31, 2013 on Hotels.com
The Victory Inn is in the heart of St. Mawes with easy access to sites, restaurants, and ferrys. Staff was friendly and hard working. The rooftop terrace is perfect for a pint and/or a meal with lovely views of the harbor.
2 out of 5
for Business Travelers
by business traveller from bournemouth


Posted Apr 21, 2013 on Hotels.com
Located on a slope 50 yards from the seafront. No parking outside, use the harbour pay and display. I was asked for payment for the room I had already paid for. I was asked what time I wanted breakfast. The look on his face when I said 8am was one of shock. I was then told not to lose my key. Room was small. A tiny tv on the wall, a bathroom with a broken loo seat and the dustiest light fittings I have seen. Kettle on a table by the window, no power point. You had to take it to the other side if the room and put it on the floor. Bedside lights only work with main light was on. View of the kitchen fans and staff area from the window, same fans whine all evening. No mobile signal in the pub. You need to walk down to the harbour, which I am sure is fine in a pleasant evening but it was howling a gale when I stayed so nor ideal. Pretty much nowhere else to eat so you have to use the pub. Food was good, but portions small and quite expensive. Kept awake by the din from downstairs. Quietened down at 11, until about 1am when there was the weirdest droning noise. Next morning I went for breakfast at 8am in a 1st floor room overlooking the sea. There were a few cereals in a table so I took one and went to get some milk. It was out of date. 15 minutes later someone came and took my order. Bacon was salty and sausages awful. Cold toast. Not a good experience and, at £75 a night, appalling value for money.
3 out of 5
for Everyone
by Sue and Sean from St Day, Cornwall UK

Traditional experience

Posted Feb 12, 2013
Pros: Bedroom and bed, evening meal.Tequila Rose drink a liqueur not at all strong just very delicious
Cons: Breakfast
Location: Fantastic location in the harbour
The Hotel is in a lovely location by the harbour, the Hotel itself is just up the side street 20 yards away, well its an Inn rather than Hotel and is full of character,if you like square rooms and straight lines this isnt for you,if you love tradtional and period features please go for this experience. Food: evening meal we scoured the village this was the most competitive for price, we went for the Fish and Chips and it was FANTASTIC very delicious and at a tenner for two amazing value...the downside was the cooked breakfast not to much of it and very tasteless im afraid bit disapointed there.. The room lol im 5.8" and banged my head several times in and out but thats the character of an old Inn im not complaining just warning the room a little slopey but my cottage is so felt at home. bed very comfortable i would recommend this Inn at this price of £50 for two for one night