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B and Bs in St Austell

Vine Cottage
Penpillick
Par

St Austell
Cornwall

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Vine Cottage is a large family run B & B, about 150 years old. All our rooms are ensuite, have tea and coffee facilities and are bright, airy and very comfortable.

We offer a warm welcome to all our guests and offer safe parking for cars and motorcycles.

We are located on the A390 just outside St Blazey, the home of the Eden Project which is about three miles away. The Lost Gardens of Helligan and other Cornish gardens and nurseries are within easy reach. The historic fishing villages of Mevagissey, Fowey, Polperro and Looe are within a few miles and the nearby Cornish coastline is waiting to be explored. Our area is also good for cycling and we have some very good local walks.

Our guests can expect a full English breakfast in our traditional dining room. When available, we use local produce and local butchers, all cooked on our 80 year old Aga.

From our garden, we have views across St Blazey, the Luxulyan Valley and open fields. Our guest have full use of our gardens which are pretty and well stocked.

We are open all year, From £30 per person per night. Telephone: 01726 825 008. Mobile: 07917 010 222.
Autumn / Winter offer, book three nights and get the third 1/2 price, between Oct and Mar , offer excludes Christmas.

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Ratings/Awards: 4 Star ETB/AA

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Double: from £30 per person per night
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