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B and Bs in St Austell

The Grange
St Austell
Cornwall

PL25 4RU | View map
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The Grange is a Boutique Bed and Breakfast where we like to make our guests comfortable, relaxed and pampered.The Grange is ideally located in the heart of the Cornish Riviera and just minutes from the legendary Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan. With the unique beauty of the south Cornish coast on our doorstep and countless world-class attractions nearby, a holiday at The Grange is all about unwinding and making the most of these magical surroundings a perfect base from which to explore.
The Rooms at The Grange are all individually designed some boasting roll top baths and a 4 Poster rooms yet fresh uncluttered but makes an idyllic base for a relaxing holiday. Our accommodation are comfortable - all rooms are en-suite, centrally heated and complete with Flat Screen Televisions, tea and coffee making facilities, radio, hairdryer toiletries and bathrobes. There is even free WiFi access available for all guests. Breakfast is a hearty affair with full Cornish breakfast or a fresh Continental feast is a great way to start the day.
The Grange is within easy reach both to the main Train and Bus Station in St.Austell making us ideal for those who choose to travel without a car.But for those who have their own transport we do also provide Free car parking .

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