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Pentillie Castle and Estate
St Mellion

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Enjoy the best in luxury B&B and boutique accommodation by staying at Pentillie Castle.
The 17th century Castle is set within 2,000 acres of woodland on the banks of the River Tamar in Cornwall. Offering nine luxurious en-suite bedrooms to unwind in, there is plenty to explore on the estate from the Bathing Hut on the quay to the magnificent Lime Avenue. Other activities can be organised on the estate such as clay pigeon shooting and fishing.

Relax in the comfortable Drawing Room or Morning Room, or enjoy pool and darts in the Games Room. The solar heated outdoor swimming pool is open from April until September.
Wi-Fi access throughout the Castle, and TV’s in all bedrooms.
Our delicious award winning breakfast (Enjoy England) is served using locally sourced produce and eggs, apple juice and honey from the estate.

Cornwall is an outstanding area of the South West, offering a variety of places to visit including The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan, as well as excellent restaurants and pubs. There are plenty of golf courses nearby including The Jack Nicklaus signature course at St Mellion, only 5 minutes drive away.
Plymouth is only 20 minutes away making Pentillie Castle the ideal location in which to indulge yourself.


Ratings/Awards: Enjoy England 5 Star Gold Award
Green Tourism Silver Award
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