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Penarth Guest House
St. Austell Road
St. Blazey Gate

Par
Cornwall

PL24 2EF | View map
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Penarth Guest House is a spacious detached house with three high quality ensuite guest rooms set in its own grounds at the edge of the village of St Blazey Gate just 5 minutes drive from the Eden Project. This part of the south Cornish coastline between the River Fowey to the east and the River Fal to the west is known as the Cornish Riviera for its beautiful gardens, palm trees and fine weather. Outstandingly beautiful and steeped in history, the area offers many attractions for all tastes from award-winning gardens to pirates. The guest accommodation has been refurbished (winter 2009/2010) to a high standard and all guest rooms are equipped with colour TV, DVD player with Freeview, free wireless internet, trouser press and tea and coffee making facilities. In the village there is a Post Office, Chinese restaurant and The Four Lords, a charming traditional local pub serving tasty food all day and with a special childrens' menu. High chairs are available and there are indoor and outdoor play areas for the little ones. Also with live music from local bands weekly. For those who like nothing better than visiting historic castles, houses and gardens there are plenty! One of the most visited attractions in Cornwall is the Eden Project (just 5 minutes' drive from Penarth Guest House). Also nearby are the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Lanhydrock House and Gardens and the castles of Caerhays and Restormel.

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