Paul Ainsworth - who owns the Michelin-starred restaurant Number 6 in Padstow - has opened a luxury B&B.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nThe property features six suites in a newly renovated Grade II-listed Georgian townhouse and is located close to Ainslow\u2019s restaurant in the Cornish town of Padstow.\r\n\r\nIn 2011 Ainsworth appeared on the BBC2 TV series Great British Menu, competing against the country\u2019s top chefs. A finalist on the show, he won the dessert round for his offering - Taste of the Fairground - which is now the inspiration behind his B&B.\r\n\r\nThe six bedrooms are named after fairground treats and retro sweets, with rooms named Marshmallow, Popcorn, Rhubarb and Custard, Toffee Apple, Honeycomb and Bonbon.\r\n\r\nAinsworth said: \u201cOur intention from the start was to create a truly unique and welcoming experience for our guests. We loved the idea of sweet-themed bedrooms. It started as a play on the word suite [and] sweet, but quickly became the foundation of the design process.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe project, which took 16 months to complete, saw Ainsworth and his wife Emma work with interior designer Eve Cullen-Cornes to create the six bedrooms, each individually designed.\r\n\r\nCullen Cornes added: \u201cEmma and I created a backstory for each room, imagining who the room belonged to and defining the character.\r\n\r\n\u201cOnce we had these well-rounded characters fixed in our minds, we could imagine their taste in d\u00e9cor, furniture and art. It\u2019s a method I devised to tease out the individual characteristics, helping to clearly distinguish each of the six bedrooms.\u201d\r\n\r\nMeanwhile, the project also included the renovation of the property which involved a brand new roof, strengthening of the outer walls, floors and ceilings, re-installing traditional sash windows, complete re-wiring and re-plumbing, and the re-plastering of every wall.