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Mannings Hotel
Lemon Street
Truro
Cornwall

TR1 2QB | View map

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WClose to Truro Cathedral and the Hall for Cornwall theatre, this smart and friendly Georgian town house is stylish, modern and laidback and has a popular bar and restaurant. Bedroom and apartments stylishly blend contemporary interiors with the original architecture. All rooms have a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi, and some have a walk-in rain shower, an iPod dock and air conditioning. Mannings is in the centre of Truro, 5 minutes from shops, traditional pubs and modern bistros and bars. Truro is a short drive from Falmouth, Redruth, St Austell and Newquay. The restaurant reflects seasonal and local produce and offers plenty of choice, and the bar is ideal for an expertly made cocktail or international beer.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars 75%
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Number of Rooms: 34
Number Ensuite: 34
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Restaurant

Name: Mannings Restaurant
Awards: AA Rosette - 10th year running

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Parking - Limited gated parking £5 per day
Credit Cards Accepted
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Open All Year
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