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Situated in Bodmin, 18 km from Eden Project, Bodmin Jail Hotel features accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking, a fitness centre and a bar. Travelling alone it’s probs my best not to ask about the ghosts!!
Boasting a restaurant, bar, garden and free WiFi, Holiday Inn Express - Bodmin - Victoria Junction, an IHG Hotel is set in St Austell, 13 km from Eden Project and 22 km from Newquay Train Station. Attention to detail and cleanliness
Featuring free WiFi and a terrace, The Claremont Hotel-Adult Only offers adult-only accommodation in Polperro. Free private parking is available on site. You will find a shared lounge at the property.... This Hotel is exceptional. Clean, friendly, great location and parking is an added bonus.
In 43 acres of parkland, this stunning 19th-century manor house has a luxurious spa, a gym and an infinity pool. It offers a range of accommodation just a few miles from The Eden Project. This hotel is very well placed for Eden project, Gardens of Heligan and local beaches.
Situated in the centre of St. Austell, White Hart Hotel features a traditional restaurant and lively bar. The Rail Station is 5 minutes’ walk away and there is free private parking. We enjoyed our stay very much. the night we checked in there was even a live jazz performance at the...
Set in Wadebridge, 2.7 km from Brea Beach, Molesworth Arms offers accommodation with a restaurant, free private parking and a bar. The rooms were fantastic. The bed was extremely comfortable and the hosts thought of everything to...
Set in Lanlivery, Cornwall, less than 8 km from Eden Project, The Crown Inn features a sun terrace and views of the garden. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Spent a week in this utterly charming county hotel/pub.
Set on the banks of the Fowey River Estuary in Bodinnick, The Old Ferry Inn has provided food and cosy accommodation for over 400 years. It features a panoramic restaurant and traditional Cornish pub.... Lovely old hotel with loads of character and excellent rooms
Located just a 10-minute drive from the Eden Project, this modern hotel in Lostwithiel offers free Wi-Fi, an outdoor heated pool, free parking, and an on-site restaurant. Small yes has all facilities like a big hotel , with small swimming pool .
Tremarne Hotel is a stylish, award-winning property in a spectacular location just minutes from the Cornwall coast. The property is efficiently run by its hosts who provide the utmost care in making their guests feel...
Enjoying panoramic sea views, the Mevagissey Bay Hotel offers relaxing accommodation on the south coast of Cornwall. Excellent staff, rooms, views and breakfast. Would book again.
Set in Looe, 33 km from Eden Project, The Gate Cornwall offers accommodation with a bar, free private parking, a garden and a terrace. Nice rooms, very friendly owner.
From our country house hotel by the sea, the only thing we overlook is the bay. Our spectacular clifftop location offers a 180 degree sea view over Carlyon Bay. Our breakfasts were sensational! Of course the view was exceptional. What a relaxing and lovely...
Set in beautifully landscaped gardens, right by the water's edge, the award-winning Fowey Harbour Hotel has a scenic and peaceful location. 1) Location and views 2) Decor and rooms 3) Great staff especially - Hannah , Emily, Kaley and Nick...
A luxury hotel in Cornwall overlooking the Fowey’s attractive waterfront, the award-winning Old Quay House has a waterside terrace with estuary views. Wi-Fi is free to use. Every single member of staff that we interacted with were exceptional - extremely professional,...
On Cornwall’s beautiful south coast, this stylish new hotel is just 2 minutes’ walk from Gorran Haven Beach. The Llawnroc Hotel features a restaurant, a sun terrace and luxury rooms with free WiFi. Arrived late 10pm they still made us sandwiches and drinks breakfast was excellent everything was...
Less than a mile from the A30, the Lanhydrock Hotel offers lovely views of its 18-hole golf course. Everything, there was nothing not to like.
Overlooking Fowey Port and the sea, this luxury hotel with an indulgent spa retreat and fun kids' facilities is a 5-minute walk from the sandy Readymoney Cove. love the stunning building and excellent stuff! rooms comfortable and lovely decor
Lugger Hotel ‘A Bespoke Hotel’ is a unique 17th-century inn, idyllic escape right on the water’s edge, in the fishing village of Portloe on the Roseland Peninsula. Fantastic destination hotel, our room Beach Cottage is a converted fisherman's cottage.
Nestled in the town of Bodmin, The Westberry Hotel features free WiFi and outdoor dining in the secluded garden during the summer. Superb room with a spacious new bathroom /shower.
Nestled between the rolling St Breock Downs and Burlawn woods, on the outskirts of Wadebridge, Hustyns is an oasis of calm. Nice balcony. The best Espresso Martini ever!
I felt that older people have to be warned about the amount of walking involved in a visit to the Eden Project. Even getting to the main entrance from the car park is quite a distance. As it was a particularly hot day, we were exhausted and I explained that I could not walk back to the car park as my feet were sore. So, to our relief a lovely young girl came to our rescue and drove us in a buggy back to the car.
We loved the Eden project, it was so interesting. Allow plenty of time to saunter and wear something light and cool especially on a sunny day. In the tropical biome there is a water fountain where you can fill a bottle of water and a cool room half way up.
I go every time I visit Cornwall. It is a stunning place to immerse yourself in. So much beauty, incredible planting, views, learning opportunities and activities. The Food Area is fantastic with a wide range of delicious food to chose from.The Biomes are stunning, you need to dress to accommodate the high temperatures inside & fully enjoy the totally immersive experience of the Rainforest & Mediterranean. I always go on the train, there is a shuttle bus to Eden from there & back but there are extensive carparks ranged round the site.Definitely an experience not to be missed!
The Eden Project is a place that just keeps evolving, it has been many years since my last visit and it has completely changed! I am pleased it is still going and has found way's of keeping it interesting through activities and concerts.
The Mediterranean garden was very pleasant. The Rain Forest I found oppressive as it was very humid indeed and slow moving crowds! The land train back to the entrance and the bus to the car park were lifesavers.
Great day out, lots of walking. Ideal for a wet weather day. They have the longest Zip wire in England for the brave. Huge restaurants where you can buy food or sit and eat your picnic. Some of the walking is quite steep but there is a land train to take you around. The Biotomes are fantastic as are all the other exhibits.
Really well equipped, warm, very friendly hosts, brilliant location for Eden project. Great value for money