Former fish warehouse to become Porthleven boutique hotel

George Sell By George Sell
02 April 2019 | Updated 02 April 2019

UK: Plans to convert a former fish warehouse into a boutique hotel and a gallery have been approved by Cornwall Council.

The proposal to convert an old stone fish warehouse by Porthleven harbour and add another building alongside to form the hotel were given the green lightly planners subject to number of conditions. The new building will tie in a historic lime kiln one side and be linked to the old warehouse on the other.

Once completed, the hotel will have 14 bedrooms and one suite, as well as a restaurant, cafe and art gallery on the ground floor.

The hotel is the latest project by property developer Trevor Osborne, who owns Porthleven harbour and many of its principle buildings. He has restored and converted several nearby buildings already, mostly into restaurants.

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