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Dolphin Rock, St Austell, Cornwall

Dolphin Rock
1 Bay View Road
Duporth

St Austell
Cornwall

PL26 6BN | View map
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Dolphin Rock is a beautifully spacious house where you will be assured of a relaxing stay. Dolphin Rock is fully equipped for both families, large groups of adults, or indeed those who just prefer to have a bit of space. There are 5 bedrooms offering accommodation for up to 9 adults + baby. Dolphin Rock is ideally located as it is within a 5min walk to the residents only beach or indeed is a 5min walk from the historic Charlestown harbour where you will find the Rashleigh Arms pub and restaurant and also Wreckers restaurant. Of course cream teas are also catered for in the very popular 'Charlie's' cafe which draws discerning coffee drinkers and scone eaters from all over the county! Dolphin Rock is also ideally located for those blustery Cornish coastal walks.

If you feel the desire to see the sights of Cornwall, the Eden Project is within a 10min drive as are the Gardens of Heligan. Trewithen Gardens and Caerhays Castle are also within a 20min drive. Fowey with all it's lovely little shops, tea-rooms and restaurants is a mere 10min drive away as is Mevagissey. Padstow and Wadebridge are within a 20min drive and further afield, St Ives and Penzance are an hours drive away.

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