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St Blazey is a small town known for it’s mining of copper and tin and more recently china clay, however tourism has now moved to the forefront of this delightful town, which is just a few miles from the busy market town of St Austell and a mile from ‘The Eden Project‘ with it‘s unusual Biomes. The ‘Clay Trails Of Cornwall’ is one way to enjoy the stunning scenery of this countryside. Or perhaps a visit to Pine Lodge Gardens, 30 acres of visual pleasure, that combines different types of gardens such as Japanese, woodland, cottage and many more with exotic and beautiful planting, together with a fountain and even a lake, home to black swans that are silently mirrored against the water. How about a Norman Castle, well Restormel Castle is three miles away and was built in 1100, The Black Prince even held court here for a short time in 1354, all of this is only a mile away from the Medieval town of Lostwithiel. A visit to the Treffry Viaduct is worth it, an amazing feat of engineering built in 1842,by the mine owner Joseph Treffry. There is definitely more than one reason to visit St Blazey.


Butler, Gedah & Bason


The Surgery


Cornish Arms

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Four Lords
Pack Horse Hotel


Happy House
V J’s Place
Val’s Place


Double Trees School


Gem’s Cars

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St Blazey (Amateur Football)


Neptune Gallery
T-Lights Fish & Chip Shop
St Blazey Post Office and Londis Store

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Cornish Arms (0.13 miles)

Cornish Arms

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A traditional 'homely' pub, formerly a coaching inn, set in centre of the village St Blazey, adjacent to the Parish Church of St Blaize, on the A390 a few miles ... More

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Nanscawen Manor House (0.39 miles)

Nanscawen Manor House
Nanscawen is a delightful 15th Century country house set in an idyllic location. It stands in five acres of grounds, south facing looking over a lush green valley. There are 3 luxury en-suite rooms all ... More | visit website
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The Royal Inn (0.74 miles)

The Royal Inn
The Royal Inn is conveniently situated for Par Railway Station and the start of the branch line to Newquay. The village of Tywardreath is a short walk away and we are only 5 minutes from ... More | visit website
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Penarth Guest House (0.98 miles)

Penarth Guest House
Penarth Guest House is a spacious detached house with three high quality ensuite guest rooms set in its own grounds at the edge of the village of St Blazey Gate just 5 minutes drive from ... More | visit website
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Vine Cottage (1.11 miles)

Vine Cottage
Vine Cottage is a large family run B & B, about 150 years old. All our rooms are ensuite, have tea and coffee facilities and are bright, airy and very comfortable.

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Greenacres Cottages (1.11 miles)

Greenacres Cottages

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All cottages - brand new October 2008. Open all year.An idyllic rural retreat close to the Eden Project and Fowey.Enjoying an elevated position with outstanding views across Luxulyan Woods and ... More

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Highland Court Lodge (1.12 miles)

Highland Court Lodge
Just over one mile from the Eden Project
Beautiful landscaped gardens giving total privacy
Excellent homemade food offering fresh local produce
Close to local beaches, including Carlyon Bay, with its golf course, and Crinnis
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Roundhouse Mill (1.21 miles)

Roundhouse Mill
Roundhouse Mill enjoys fantastic views; spacious en suite rooms; a heated swimming pool and a warm welcome; Round House Mill has got it all. The house retains much of the character of the original mill. ... More | visit website
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Boscundle Manor (1.63 miles)

Boscundle Manor

Boscundle Manor is a small country house hotel in a beautiful setting with luxury accommodation and extensive facilities. The grounds total over eight acres with practice golf holes, old tin mine remains and both indoor ... More | visit website

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Woodpeckers (1.72 miles)

Woodpeckers is your typical Cornish Cottage with the advantages that accompany modernisation. We are we believe the closest in location to the world famous Eden project and you can walk there through a small wooded ... More | visit website

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