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37 Cooperage Road, Trewoon, St Austell, PL25 5SJ, United Kingdom
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St Austell hotels

by BerniShand

we are hoping to visit the Eden Project next week, any suggestions for comfortable hotels reasonably close by will be most welcome
thanks

Re: St Austell hotels

by Dumpymotel

I could give you the name of a nice Dumpy Motel to stay in but Carl would probably prefer a nice B&B?

Manor Farm B&B - Situated in a quiet valley, Manor Farm offers you peaceful, rural and secluded accommodation in our magnificent Grade II Listed Georgian farmhouse. We are within just a few minutes of Cornwall's Riviera - sheltered coves and beaches, delightful coastal towns & villages, a host of superb gardens and the Eden Project.

Piran House B&B - Par Green, Par, Cornwall. A family run bed & breakfast located within walking distance of Par beach. Perfectly situated for visiting The Eden Project, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Charlestown Shipwreck Heritage Centre & other attractions. We cater for families. For more details please telephone (01726) 816689 or Email Us

http://www.valleyvillas.co.uk/St.%20Austell%20-%20Cornwall%20Accommodation%20Directory/St.%20Austell%20-%20Cornwall%20Accommodation%20Directory.htm

Re: St Austell hotels

by daarth

What's the Eden Project Berni?

Re: Re: St Austell hotels

by BerniShand

http://www.edenproject.com Daarth dear, they are biospheres [ it should be warm in there LOL ]

Blane, l was thinking more of log fires and a nice bar perhaps a jacuzzi and a four poster bed....

Re: Re: St Austell hotels

by daarth

Facinating Berni. Riminds a little of this project in the states, but I think that was a sealed up system...

Re: St Austell hotels

by Ken-out-of-Bath

Close to the Eden Project there is a small village called Charlestown, it's close to St Austell.

Charlestown is an Historic Dockyard, there is a harbour where they carry out refits on tall sailing boats.

There are two Guest Houses there but I'm afraid that I can't remember the names of them and have been unable to find them on the internet.

Close to the dock there is a smokehouse - both guest houses will get you freshly smoked kippers for breakfast (if you like that sort of thing!)

This is really bugging me! I have stayed in both of them in the past!

Sorry I can't be more help!
Ken

Re: Re: St Austell hotels

by obiwanwasabe

Hiya Berni,
Nick in Charlestown here, Malcom has 2 B& Bs in the village, one on the harbour front called T'Gallants 01726 70203. and a smaller one opposite me, the cooperage, both are very good. there is another one further up Charlestown road called Ardenoconnel 01726 75469 which also has good accomodation and may well be a lot cheaper. higher price there is the Pier house hotel but that is suffering from a trendy bar that it has opened next door.

http://www.cornwall-online.co.uk/tgallants/Welcome.html

http://www.destination-cornwall.co.uk/BandB-Guest%20Houses/BB-StAustell.htm

Charlestown is 4 miles from Eden
Nick

Re: Re: St Austell hotels

by obiwanwasabe

Oh yes and if I remember right the ice rink is still open at Eden.
Nick

Re: St Austell hotels

by iancoles

If you want a splurge I'd recommend the Nare Hotel, Nare Head - it's wonderful....great sea views.

Re: Re: St Austell hotels

by obiwanwasabe

Hiya,
The Nare, although good, is about a 40 min drive to Eden, it is on Nare head between Mevagissey and St Mawes, on the Roseland peninsular.
It is nice though.
Nick

Re: Re: St Austell hotels

by BerniShand

the Nare looks lovely, but I could get a week in the Caribbean for the price of a 3 day stay there ! LOL
off to check the lottery tickets, just in case..........

T`Gallants looks nice, I`ll give them a ring later, thanks guys

Re: Re: St Austell hotels

by Ken-out-of-Bath

T'Gallants! That's the one!

The rooms are good, the breakfast is huge and Malcolm is a great guy!

The front rooms have a great view of the docks if you are able to specify.

I haven't been there for about 3-4 years but I stayed there a lot when I was working down there.

Ken

Re: St Austell hotels

by carlrea

Try www.2stay.com and you will be able to view the hotels online brochure and rooms.

You will love The Eden Project by the way and i have included it in my pages.

have fun

Carl

Re: St Austell hotels

by benjybody

stay in one of the many St Austell B&Bs... lovely places, welcoming Cornish families, great food and you'll also be helping the local economy!!!!!! x

RE: RE: St Austell hotels

by Dvd_Diaper

The Rashleigh Arms (www.staustellbrewery.co.uk) has accomodation but is quite a busy pub. It does have a restaurant as well as the bar though. T'Gallants (www.t-gallants.co.uk) is a guest house just below the Rashleigh and the Pier House (www.pierhousehotel.com) has accomodation overlooking the harbour and also has a restaurant and bar next door. Charlestown is a lovely place to stay and has kept a lot of it's character due to it being privately owned.

Travel Tips for Saint Austell

World's largest greenhouse

by sandysmith

The Humid Tropics Biome is the world's largest greenhouse. It is home to the plants of the rainforest - bananas, rubber, cocoa, coffee, teak and mahogany.

It is best to visit this biome after first aclimatising in the warm Temperate Biome.
The path through the biome winds ever upwards towards the top and it gets rather hot! Fortunately there are water dispensers throughout so you can get a drink.

The Rainforest

by Geoff_Wright

More than £100 million (thats GBP) has been invested in the Eden Project to date. £50 million has been provided by the Millennium Commission. Much more money is needed to maintain the existing site, and to build the new Dry Tropical Biome, due to open in 2005.

Here is a picture of one of the many waterfalls or streams to be found in the Rainforest area.

Waterfall

by freya_heaven

This waterfall gushes out from the rock face at the back of the Tropical Biome & runs down the centre to a pond area.

When you first walk in to the Biome the temperatrure is quite pleasant, then as you rise up through the tropical forest it gets more humid & hotter. They have an exit half way up for those who just can not bare it, you also have a choice as to whether you climb up to above the waterfall or take a lower path.

If anyone really gets in to trouble there is an emergency cool room about two thirds up.

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