Holly House - B&B St. Austell - Spacious airy rooms, en-suite. with showers. Breakfast choice for all diets
H o l l y H o u s e
B e d a n d B r e a k f a s t
S t A u s t e l l
is a lovely late Victorian terraced Town House close to St. Austell town centre. We offer comfortable accommodation in two large light and airy en-suite guest rooms.
Rooms hung with a wide selection of John's paintings, representing 30 years of his work
Generous breakfast choice. Vegetarian speciality, full English, Continental, fruit, etc. Home made breads and yoghurt.
Private parking for 3 cars. Lockable garage for cycles.
:: Accommodation >>
All rooms equipped with colour SkyTV,drinks making facilities with selection box, mini-coolers radio, hair dryers and toiletries.
Twin/double room £75.00. Reduced child rate depending on age or 3rd adult £35.00
Double King en-suite room £80.00
Single occupation £40.00-£60.00 for en-suite room
Discount of 10% on stays of 5 nights or more
Please note. Card payments now taken
:: Location >>
Holly House is on the Western edge of St. Austell, just off the A390
Private parking for 3 cars at the rear of the property
4 miles to the Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan
Town centre 5minutes walk
Cornish cycle way 1km
Ideal base for visiting beaches, moors North Coast and further afield.
Eden Project . World famous domes containing tropical and temperate plants. Eden session ........great nights of music from Jelly Jazz to Womad during the summer. http://www.edenproject.com/ Ice skating starts again 22nd October
Lost Garden of Heligan. Beautiful old gardens completely overgrown during the war, now restored to full glory.
Charlestown. Our quaint harbour village with tall ships, shipwreck museum and good places to eat and browse. 2 miles. Male Voice Choir perfoms on the quay on wednesday evenins during the summer
Pine Lodge Gardens . Family run Trust on hilltop site. Well worth a visit especially for the rare plants.
Marsh Villa gardens. The most friendly welcome to these magical gardens in a riverside location.
National Trust properties of Lanhydrock and Trerice, Cotehele and Trelissick
National Maritime Museum in Falmouth holds the national collection of small ships. Lots to see and many fascinating stories to hear.
Play golf at St. Austell and Lostwithiel Golf courses with 2 for 1 green fee vouchers.
Theatre performances at the Eden Project, Heligan gardens and other beautiful local venues
Jazz gigs and other music and theatre events. Cornish gig racing in local harbours and beaches. Check out http://www.charlestown.org.uk/events to see if there will be races nearby while you are on holiday.
Local village festivals and Regattas. Diary of events in the area can be found at www.britishresorts.co.uk/events.asp under 'cornwall'.For all things Cornish
Fowey is a quaint and bustling river estuary town, where you can be sure there is lots of activity. Yearly every May, the Daphne DuMaurier Festival takes place with a week of literary talks, walks, boat trips, music and much more.Wheal Martin Museum. The history of the China Clay industry in Cornwall, how it has been mined, and learn about its many uses.
Borrow our maps and binoculars and walk the Coast Path or hire a bicycle and follow the new cycle paths. .