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Self-Catering in St Austell

The Vean, St Austell, Cornwall

The Vean
The Estate Office
Caerhays Castle
Gorran

St Austell
Cornwall

PL26 6LY | View map
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The Vean is a three storey, eight bedroomed luxury country house retreat which sleeps up to 16 people. The interior of The Vean is beautifully furnished as an elegant period Georgian country house with all the trappings and comforts of a modern luxury home.

The Vean has stunning views over Caerhays Castle Gardens and the wooded Porthluney Valley. Its idyllic rural location is less than a mile from the family-friendly beaches of Porthluney and Portholland.

An integral part of the Caerhays Estate, The Vean's guests can participate in a number of the activities on the estate including, according to the season, garden tours, garden lectures, game shooting, hunting and fishing.

A stay at The Vean, whether a gathering of friends and family for a celebratory treat or corporate team break, will, we are sure, be special and memorable. Licenced for civil weddings The Vean also caters for all many other types of special events, from wedding anniversaries, birthdays or that extra special treat, to shooting parties. The Vean has a 24-hour premises licence to sell alcohol.

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Months Open: All Year
Number of Units: 1
Unit Type: House
Nearest Major Town: St Austell / Truro

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