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Orchard Manor, Truro, Cornwall

Orchard Manor
Fore Street
Probus

Truro
Cornwall

TR2 4LY | View map

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We provide an alternative style of accommodation for the 'Next Generation of Business Traveller'. From one night to a few months or more...you unlock the door to your stay. Orchard manor is a spacious modern property situated in the peaceful rural village of Probus, central for touring. In the heart of Cornwall, Carlyon beach, Charlestown tall ship harbour, The Lost Gardens Of Heligan and the Eden project are approximately 15 minutes' drive. A warm welcome awaits you with a full English breakfast, rooms are all supremely comfortable and sparkling clean, with beautiful rural views. Sit on the balcony and watch the sunset after a day exploring Cornwall's beautiful coastline and the fishing villages. Alternatively, join the locals in the village pub, or spend evening in Truro which has many fine restaurants. Also available Luxury Apartments Suites with Jacuzzi baths steam rooms, 50 inch plasma televisions with free view. Free wireless Internet access, tea and coffee, milk and orange juice with compliments.

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