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Inns in St Austell

Rashleigh Arms
Charlestown Road
St Austell
Cornwall

PL25 3NJ | View map
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A delightful inn situated in the picturesque fishing port of Charlestown, offering 8 en-suite rooms, some with sea views.Situated near to the bustling town of St Austell and within easy reach of many premier attractions, including The Eden Project, Heligan Gardens and the St.Austell Brewery Tour, there is lots of places to see if you want to explore Cornwall.This 2 bar Inn and restaurant offers you the choice to dine in a relaxed atmosphere or with the locals! With an ever-changing specials board, and a fantastic carvery that is served on a wednesday and sunday you will find it hard to make a decision.Within a five minute drive there is The Carlyon Bay championship golf course. Our guests enjoy a great discount on green fees (usually £42.00 you get £25.00)The Rashleigh is Wi-Fi enabled so connecting to the internet is easy.There is sometimes live bands playing in the public bar over the weekend.

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