Inns in Par

The Royal Inn
66 Eastcliffe Road

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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 Par Sands, one of St Austell Bays largest beaches. St Austell itself is a meeting point of old and new Cornwall, of ancient, narrow streets and smart pedestrian precincts with fine shops. Venture out into the crazy lunar-style landscape of the China Clay works behind the town. The fashionable resort of Newquay, with its fantastic beaches and bustling nightlife, can be reached by taking the picturesque journey along the Newquay branch line from Par station situated just opposite The Royal Inn. Newquay boasts a world of family attractions away from its beaches. Come face to face with reef sharks in the underwater tunnel at the Blue Reef Aquarium Make a splash in the tropics of The Oasis Fun Pool or Waterworld at Trenance Leisure Park. Truro is Cornwall's only city, but boasts an intriguing mixture of small curiosity shops, large department stores, and, of course, its famous cathedral. The Royal Cornwall Museum is the oldest and premier museum in Cornwall for exhibitions detailing Cornish history and culture, with a wide range of collections such as archaeology, art and geology.The increasingly fashionable harbour town of Fowey renowned for its links to Daphne De Maurier is only 10 minutes drive from The Royal Inn. Here you can relax down by the harbour and watch the shipping of all sorts and sizes as it makes its way up and down the estuary.We and our team pride ourselves in providing a high standard of service to make your stay here as comfortable as possible and so if there is anything you require please do not hesitate to ask

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