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Goonearl Cottage Guest House
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Redruth
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Geoff, Sarah & Barbara, Welcome you to their traditional Cornish Cottage Guest House, set in its own beautiful grounds and perfectly situated for visiting all of Cornwall. Postioned in the picturesque parish of St.Agnes with magnificent views across to the North Cornish Coast. Within easy reach of the golden sandy beaches of Porthtowan, Portreath & St. Agnes, close to the A30 (1 mile) giving easy access to the whole of Cornwall. Towns within a few miles are Redruth, Perranporth, Newquay, St. Ives, and the beautiful city of Truro. Further afield, but still within easy traveling distance, you will find Lands End, Penzance and Falmouth with its wonderful harbour and maritime museum plus many other towns, villages and famous coves to numerous to mention. There are also superb attractions such as the Eden Project, and the Lost Gardens of Heligan. For the more energetic, scenic walks and the Portreath Tramway (as featured on the recent Railway Walks) in fact Julia Bradbury and the film crew stayed with us whilst filming. All our rooms beautifully decorated (visit our website for pictures) to provide a relaxing and comfortable, homely atmosphere and to set you up for the day, our superb Cornish breakfast. We are open all year and licensed with evening meals available Monday to Friday from our extensive menu. Light bites and Cornish cream teas available 12.00am to 9.00pm every day. We are members of COAST and also Green Tourism Business Sceme (awaiting grading) because we are extremely passionate about looking after our environment and constantly seeking ways to reduce our carbon footprint (see website for our Green policy and responsible visitor charter) There is ample safe parking within our grounds also secure garage for cycles and motorcycles. "You may arrive as strangers but we hope you will leave as friends".

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