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T'Gallants Guesthouse
6 Charlestown Road
Charlestown

St Austell
Cornwall

PL25 3NJ | View map
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T'Gallants Guesthouse is situated in the historic port of Charlestown, near St. Austell, in Cornwall. Charlestown is a Conservation Area of special local importance. A mile away is the town of St Austell with it's main line connections to London and other major cities.
Either side of the village over the coast path lies Carlyon Bay to the East, with its huge sandy beach and to the West, the pretty beach at Porthpean.

Visit us here in the heart of Cornwall, an ideal place to base yourself to explore the region. There are many attractions nearby which will enthral you. From the multi-million pound Eden Project to the quaint havens which dot the coastline. Charlestown is a working harbour where often replica square sail ships can be inspected.

There are seven tastefully decorated letting rooms all en-suite.
Views overlooking the harbour.
The accommodation is non-smoking.

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Number of Rooms: 7

Price per Room:

Price Includes: Full English / Continental Breakfast
Double: From £60 - Single occupancy from £45.00 per night
Twin: From £70 - Kingsize: From £70
Four Poster: From £80
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