Ivydene St Austell - Very friendly family home in St Austell
We are situated on the A390 which is a busy road but a conveniant location for many amenities including the Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, many other gardens and beaches etc.
:: Rooms and Rates.
There is 1 double room with an ensuite shower room, and 1 twin room with an ensuite bathroom. The cost per night to stay at Ivydene is £20 to £25. Children are very welcome, and there is ample off street parking.
The rooms have tea/coffee making facilities along with televisions. There is also a television in the guest lounge. Ivydene is a non smoking house.
Ivydene is a Non-smoking establishment.
Tv Facilities are availble in both rooms and in the guest lounge.
Ivydene has ample off street parking.
Children are welcome.
:: Local Attractions.
Eden Project (2.5 miles) - Since it's opening in 2001 the Eden Project has become Cornwalls number one tourist attraction welcoming more than 5 million visitors and has been dubbed the "Eighth Wonder of theWorld".
The Eden project allows visitors to explore the wonders of the natural world and travel between different climates through the Humid Tropics and Warm Temperate and Outdoor Biomes.
Click here to visit the Eden Project website.
Lost Gardens of Heligan (3.7 miles) - Another award winning tourist attraction, the Lost gardens were abandoned shortly after the end of the First World War and slowly crept into decreptitude until 1991 when its restoration began.
It now offers visitors eighty acres of superb pleasure grounds together with a magnificent complex of walled gardens and a huge, productive vegetable garden, all fast returning to their former Victorian glory.
Click here to visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan website.
Charlestown - This familiar TV location was built in 1801 for the import of coal and export of China Clay; it remains an unspoilt port and retains its Georgian character. Called after Charles Rashleigh who began the development of the little fishing village by creating the harbour and widening its streets to allow for the wagons, which carried the china clay to the harbour.
Today the harbour provides a permanent berth for square-riggers. The Shipwreck and Heritage Centre, is entered through tunnels which were used to convey the clay to the docks.
Restormel Castle - Surrounded by a deep moat and perched on a high mound, the huge circular keep of this castle, built at the turn of the 14th century, survives in good condition. Built as a symbol of wealth and status and once home to Edward, the Black Prince, it offers splendid views over the surrounding countryside. It’s also a marvellous picnic spot.
Ivydene - St Austell - Cornwall
Contact: Mrs Linda Nolan Tel: 0172661759 or 07778591664 - Website: > (Click Here)