Lower-Barn Bed & Breakfast St. Austell - Within easy of of The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan.
A barn conversion with good sized accommodation and lovely sea and rural views.
Two double rooms available (one on the ground floor) with en suite or private bath/shower rooms, T.V. and coffee/tea making facilities in both rooms.
Lower Barn is a non smoking home.
All children over 14 are welcome.
We regret we have no facilities for disabled persons or pets.
Located between Gorran and Boswinger, approx. one and a half miles from Hemmick beach and coastal paths leading to other secludes coves, such as Vault Beach.
Approximately 3 miles from the attractive little fishing harbour of Mevagissey and within 5 miles of the Lost Gardens of Heligan, and approx 16 miles from the Eden Project.
St. Austell is approx. 10 miles away and the Cathedral City of Truro approx. 15 miles.
A good choice of pubs and restaurants are within easy reach for lunchtime or evening meals, serving local produce and fresh local fish.
The beautiful Roseland Pennisula, the principle village being St Mawes at its southern end, with the 15th century castle and an all year round ferry to Falmouth, is within 12 miles. The mild climate make it a haven for sub tropical shrubs and trees. There are many quiet beaches and secret creeks with superb cliff and country walks.
Bed & Breakfast £60 per room per night incl. full English breakfast. Reduced to £45 per room for single occupancy.
2 bedrooms – 1 en-suite - 1 with private bathroom
A small, unspoilt fishing village with a colourful history of boat building and smuggling. which still retains its traditional character and nowadays has a selection of top quality pubs, restaurants and shops.
Discover the delights and wonders of tropical rainforest, a stroll through Mediterranean olive groves, wth palms and exotic fruits. Cornwall's gigantic linked domes form the largest greenhouse in the world.
Lost Gardens of Heligan
A piece of local life brought back to its former glory with the restoration of the magnificant gardens, Victorian glasshouses within the walled gardens, and the vegetable gardens ,which now all form part of this "living museum".
National Maritime Museum Falmouth
Cornwall's First Commercial Vineyard at Polmassick
Small family-run vineyard welcome you to taste a truly Cornish wine. Open from end of May (last Bank Holiday) to the last Sunday in September 11am to 5pm daily.Off licence sales available all year.
Caerhays Castle, Porthluney Beach
Historic Caerhays Castle with it's glorious gardens of Camellias, Rhododendrons and Magnolias, and one of the finest displays of spring flowers in Britain. Opening 16th February - 31st May 10 am - 5.30.
Lower-Barn Bed & Breakfast - St. Austell - Cornwall