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Boscundle Manor
Tregrehan
St Austell
Cornwall

PL25 3RL | View map
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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 and outdoor swimming pools.

The house is furnished with antiques, pictures and family possessions and although we do not attempt to provide a formal hotel service we aim to have a relaxed and happy atmosphere and always help guests make the best use of their time in Cornwall.

Local fresh food is beautifully cooked, complimented by a wine list of over 50 wines.

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Ratings/Awards: RAC Blue Ribbon Award
2 Stars (RAC)
AA 78%
Number of Rooms: 10
Number Ensuite: 10

Price per Person

Double: £60.00
Twin: £60.00
Single: £70.00
Suite: £75.00
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Restaurant

Name: Boscundle Manor
Cuisine: International
Chef: Sharon Parker
Awards: AA Rosette

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