Bed and Breakfasts in Cornwall

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Little Grey Cottage B&B

St Austell, Cornwall, England

Little Grey Cottage B&B, St Austell, Cornwall, England Little Grey Cottage is set in a secluded position on the fringe of the tiny hamlet of Trethurgy, 2.5 miles from the south coast of Cornwall. This early 1800s tinners cottage has been tastefully renovated and extended to provide comfortable accommodation with cottage charm.

The Arches B&B

St Austell, Cornwall, England

The Arches B&B, St Austell, Cornwall, England Welcome to Arches; originally part of an old Victorian boys school built in the early 1900's; which has been renovated into a friendly & homely Bed & Breakfast We are just a 10 minute walk from the town centre with public houses; cinema and bowling alley and only 7 minutes to the Waterwheel Restaurant. The Eden Project & The Lost Gardens of Heligan is just a few miles away. Charlestown is only a couple of miles with it's picturesque harbour home to the tall galleon ships which is often used in film sets. We also recommend a visit to Mevagissey or Fowey. These are approx 7/8 miles and are quaint fishing villages. . We are located on the main new cycle route to Eden and can supply storage space for bikes. The Green room with it's grand luxurious four poster bed and the red room have great views overlooking the Brunel via duct bridge and woodland area. Most rooms are large and spacious with ensuite. Guests also have the use of our conservatory and patio.We also have FANTASTIC SPECIAL OFFERS all year round.* Minimum nights stay is 2 nights.Please Note: We are a No-Smoking property. Pets are accept by prior arrangement only. Check-In time: 16:00 and Check-Out time: 10:00.

The Red House B&B

Falmouth, Cornwall, England

The Red House B&B, Falmouth, Cornwall, England This elegant and distinctive Guest House was originally built and owned by Lord Kimberly in 1870 and still retains a lot of the old charm and character. We are ideally positioned to capture the beauty of Falmouth and all it has to offer. We have an in-and-out car park and are situated about 100 Mts from the seafront (Gyllyngvase and Castle Beaches) and about a 7 - 10 minute walk into the town and harbour. Leave the car in the car park and explore Falmouth with all its alley ways or enjoy a trip to St Mawes or Truro by boat.

Little Grey Cottage B&B

St Austell, Cornwall, England

Little Grey Cottage B&B, St Austell, Cornwall, England Little Grey Cottage is set in a secluded position on the fringe of the tiny hamlet of Trethurgy, 2.5 miles from the south coast of Cornwall. This early 1800s tinners cottage has been tastefully renovated and extended to provide comfortable accommodation with cottage charm.

The Old Malt House

Looe, Cornwall, England

The Old Malt House, Looe, Cornwall, England The Old Malt House is listed with the A.A as a three star Bed and Breakfast and is situated in West Looe just at the bottom of West Looe Hill in close proximity to the harbour and the various pubs and restaurants that are situated on the harbour front. East Looe is just a short walk away across the historically famous bridge, or ferry ride in season, where you will find numerous shops, restaurants, bistro's and pubs and of course a lovely sandy beach. Many people stop in Looe on their way around the costal path and there are some lovely walks and secluded coves to be discovered just around the corner. Looe also has excellent transport links with its own railway station and easy access to Plymouth by bus or car.






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