Hotels near Roskear

The Vyvyan Arms Hotel Camborne Cornwall TR14 8AN

Distance: 0.5 miles
The Vyvyan Arms is a well known local hostelry in the heart of Camborne and offers a warm welcome from a friendly Landlady of over 20 years. We are open all day every day and are home to many local teams including darts, pool and euchre. We enjoy watching all the TV sporting events in the bar within a safe cosy environment offering great banter and a place to relax. Convenient location - just 5 mins walk from the train station and 10 minutes away from the A30.
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John Francis Basset Camborne Cornwall TR14 8JZ

Distance: 0.6 miles
JD Wetherspoon is proud to open the doors of this stunning new hotel. Here at The John Francis Basset, our 37 en suite rooms boast Freeview television, unlimited free Wi-Fi and digital temperature control. A warm and inviting pub forms part of the hotel, making The John Francis Basset a perfect stay for families, leisure or business. Camborne is a mere 15 minutes’ drive to the lovely coastal town of Newquay. Camborne is best known as a centre for the former Cornish tin- and copper-mining industry, having its working heyday during the later 18th and early 19th century. Camborne was just a village, until transformed by the mining boom which began in the late 18th century and saw the Camborne and Redruth district become the richest mining area in the world. On Christmas Eve 1801, the Puffing Devil (a steam-powered road locomotive, built by Camborne engineer Richard Trevithick) made its way up Cornwall’s Camborne Hill. It was the world’s first self-propelled passenger-carrying vehicle. Within Camborne, Commercial Square has been pedestrianised, with trees planted and benches around the Victorian fountain – a popular local meeting place. Camborne is proud of its many independent retailers, where you can find wonderful local produce – pasties, fruit and vegetables, saffron cake and clotted cream, to name just a few. Camborne has a library and several museums, where you can discover a wealth of information about the town and the part it played in the industrial revolution
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Tyacks Hotel Camborne Cornwall TR14 8LD

Distance: 0.8 miles
Tyacks Hotel, Camborne, Cornwall has been welcoming guests since 1870. Constructed by Philip Vincent, the main section of the hotel was originally called the Kings Head, indicating it was the most important inn or hotel. Around 1900 William Tyack purchased the inin and his family held the license for nearly 100 years, changing the name to Tyacks Hotel. We are also pet friendly and have our own resident cat, Angel who is very popular with all our customers and guests.
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Trickys Redruth Cornwall TR15 3TA

Distance: 2.2 miles
Tricky's Hotel, bar & restaurant is situated just off the A30, near Redruth. Set in five acres of grounds and offering great food and great value hotel accommodation, it is the perfect venue for weddings, parties, conferences and functions
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Penventon Park Hotel Redruth Cornwall TR15 1TE

Distance: 2.5 miles
Penventon Park Hotel, is a privately run AA High Quality four star country house hotel set in acres of private parkland just minutes from the main A30. The hotel is a beautifully converted Georgian Mansion offering comfort and luxury from the moment you enter. Penventon Park offers quality surroundings, a welcoming and lively atmosphere, excellent professional service and wonderful food so that whatever the reason for your visit you can be confident that your every need will be catered for in this perfect sanctuary. The Penventon offers superb facilities and excellent services at ‘affordable’ prices. Nowhere is attention to detail and personal service more important than in the restaurant, recently awarded with 2 AA rosette. Sumptuous decor, complemented by antique furniture and paintings, create an atmosphere where guests can enjoy a truly indulgent dining experience. The chefs' create wonderful English, French and Italian dishes all from top quality local produce. Penventon Park boast two bars, one being the Cocktail Bar which has a rich red mahogany bar complemented by luxurious furnishings where one may wish to have an aperitif whilst studying the menu or just a relaxed drink with friends and family. The other bar being "The Spice of Life Pub" for a warm, friendly and lively atmosphere with a slightly younger clientele. This bar shows all major sporting events and has a weekly quiz. After a busy day at a conference or sightseeing you will want to spend some time to relax and unwind. Penventon Park has the perfect place for you to do this, with their own Health & Leisure Spa. The Health Spa consists of a heated indoor pool, sauna, Jacuzzi, solarium and gym, and is complimentary for guest use.
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Portreath Arms Redruth Cornwall TR16 4LA

Distance: 2.8 miles
The Portreath Arms is a family owned and run Bar, Restaurant and 7-bedroom accommodation located in the centre of the village just a short walk away from Portreath’s harbour and beach. Situated on Cornwall’s North Coast, Portreath lies at the eastern edge of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and within the UNESCO Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. Portreath meaning ‘sandy cove’ has a gently sloping sandy beach which has a full life guard service during the summer months. The village is popular both with tourists and walkers on a journey along South West Coastal Path. There is also a popular cycle route from Portreath to Devoran on the south coast. Our newly refurbished accommodation is modern yet quirky and each room is individually decorated to suit a range of tastes, and features: TV & DVD, Tea & Coffee Facilities, Complimentary Toiletries – Geneva Guild, Hair Dryer, Free Wi-Fi. All accommodation is on the first and second floors and access is by stairs. All tariffs include hot & cold breakfast options. The restaurant provides a varied selection at breakfast for hotel guests as well as lunch, afternoon cream teas (summer months only) and evening meals. The menu features good home cooked food with ever changing specials and daily locally caught fish dishes. You can be sure of a warm welcome whether you are staying overnight, stopping off for a bite to eat or merely popping in for a pint in our traditional bar, where you may be met by a roaring fire and the odd local sat playing the traditional card game, Euchre, dating back to the 1860’s. During the finer weather you can enjoy a cold refreshment in our beer garden or join us for a BBQ at the weekend.
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Plume of Feathers Redruth Cornwall TR16 5BN

Distance: 4.7 miles
Located just off the main A30 the Plume is an ideal resting place to stop for drink, home cooked meal or even stay the night in one of the en suite letting rooms. Open all day everyday we are a friendly local offering a warm welcome to all including children and dogs on leads. We are ideally located for the cycling enthusiasts, as the coast to coast Bike Chain Route is situated very close by. There are many country walks available to the keen walkers amongs't you. We are very close to some of the most beautiful and historic walks, inland or coastal. The beautiful Cornish bays and coves is only a few miles from the Plume of Feathers. The nearest beaches of Porthtowan is some 3.5 miles, Newquay is approximately 12 miles, the city of Truro is 4 miles and The coastal town, marina's and deep water port of Falmouth is just 12 miles, the sandy beaches of Perranporth is 6 miles away and St Ives is approximately 12 miles. So are many other picture painted locations. The surfers amongs't you will be aware of the ideal beaches and excellent surf available on the north or south coasts. Cornwall, being in the past,is of historical interest for its mining, wether it be for tin, gold or other sought after minerals, hosts many interests for the enthusiasts, (or a family day out being activities or interests) who wish to still indulge in the temptation of panning, for tin or gold in more selective locations. There are many places, very local, to the Plume of Feathers that are within easy reach.We keep a variety of leaflets to help you find the right locations for activities and interests along with seasonal events happening within our location and beyond. If you have any queries, please ask a member of our staff, who being local people, will be pleased to assist you.
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The Unicorn Porthtowan Cornwall TR4 8AD

Distance: 4.9 miles
Set in the charming village of Porthtowan on the rugged North Cornish coast The Unicorn lurks among the heather, yards from the Atlantic ocean and our award winning Blue Flag beach. The Unicorn has undergone a rebirth at the end of 2015 and we now offer something wonderful to suit all. At our heart we have a passion to deliver an excellent experience, whether that be having a high quality pint, a great locally sourced meal or accommodation to get your head down for the evening whilst listening to the roaring Atlantic in the distance. Did we mention that we're famous for surfing? Whether you're a novice or a pro looking to catch some waves- we have the venue for you. We have a large self-contained Surf Lodge with a combination of dormitories and double rooms for a great price.
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The Kings Head Truro Cornwall TR4 8PY

Distance: 6.3 miles
The Kings Head offers a comfortable bar, Bed & Breakfast and a restaurant, where our guest's can enjoy a full range of dining options from breakfasts, to light-bites and snacks to our full and extensive a'la carte menu. All of our hotel rooms of a high standard and include free WiFi, Tea and Coffee making facilities, TV, and use of an iron and ironing board. A sumptuous full English breakfast is included in the following tariffs. Set at the top of the Carrick Roads, the magnificent cathedral city of Truro mixes the historic sensitively with the new. Truro is acknowledged as the shopping capital of Cornwall, with major national retailers and small specialist shops to be found along Georgian streets and bustling opes. With its central location in the county and good transport links, Truro has long been a center for trade and commerce. Lemon Quay, which is the hub for thousands of regular shoppers, has a strong reputation for holding some of the finest markets in Cornwall. The original quay still remains beneath the surface and continues through the streams and leats, which run through the city centre. The majority of the county’s attractions are all within an hour’s drive away and the nearest beaches at St Agnes and Perranporth are less than 15 minutes drive away. Venture a little bit further (20-30 mins drive) and visit the beautiful St Ives bay with its beautiful long beach from Gwithien all the way to Hayle. Check in from 14:00 to 22:00 Check out at 10:30
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