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B and Bs in St Austell

Woodpeckers
Tregrehan
St Austell
Cornwall

PL26 8YA | View map
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Woodpeckers is your typical Cornish Cottage with the advantages that accompany modernisation. We are we believe the closest in location to the world famous Eden project and you can walk there through a small wooded area in app 10 mins. Our location is very peaceful and unlike many that claim to be quiet and tranquil, we really are just that. Ideally located in Mid- Cornwall we are the perfect base for exploring and are only a 10 min drive from the beautiful and historic town of Fowey and port of Charlestown.

Our rooms are decorated to a high standard, accompanied by mulberry silk duvets, quality bedding and towel's, no expense is spared. We offer complimentary drinks and snacks, and both rooms have flat screen tv's, hair dryers and internet access. On sunny days you are welcome to enjoy our very pretty garden, and you may even take your breakfast outside if you so wish. There is a communal conservatory with a sofa and drink facilities, so guests can relax in the sun and enjoy a read, or even a nap!

There are numerous places to walk, or cycle, so if you wish to bring your bike we have a secure lock up facility. Whether you come just to visit the Eden project, or spend a week exploring our amazing county, you will not be disappointed if you come and choose to stay with us.

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