Hotels near Roskear

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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Owl House Redruth Cornwall TR15 2QG

Distance: 2.9 miles
Owl House prides itself on the informal mix of period character and individual rooms. Rooms are spacious and come equipped with towels, linen, tea & coffee, hairdryer, free Wifi and off road parking. We must state that we are a small, self catering guest house; guests use a self check in system to have independence whilst staying. Our guest kitchen is popular as it has all the facilities that you would expect and a dining area. Some rooms have an en suite or separate private bathroom, others share a bathroom which is reflected in the price. We are a five minute walk from Redruth train station and a 5-10 minute walk from town. Locally, Owl House is on a leafy, desirable residential street with a fish and chip shop and a restaurant within a 3 minute walk. Further afield, the towns of Truro, St Ives, Falmouth and Newquay are all within a 30 minute drive and the A30 is very accessible. The closest beaches of Porthtowan and Portreath are within 3.5 miles. We enjoy welcoming people visiting for business and leisure and longer stays can be accommodated. Well behaved children are very welcome and we will try and meet special requests where we can.
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The Cedars B&B St Day Cornwall TR16 5JY

Distance: 4.8 miles
The hosts Janet and David would be thrilled to have you stay at our B and B. The Cedars is a 200 year old fully renovated property in the centre of the village and situated in a walled garden with plenty of private parking. Each and every one of our guests are truly valued. Our aim is to make your stay the best it could possibly be. We pride ourselves on attention to detail and work hard to create an environment which is tranquil and perfect for relaxing. All our rooms have been individually decorated to the highest standard. Each room has a flat screen TV/DVD with Freeview, tea and coffee making facilities, free wifi, hair dryer and all 5 rooms have their own en-suite. There is a iron and ironing board on request. In the morning you have a choice of either eating your breakfast in the conservatory or elfresco on the decking watching our ducks roaming around the garden. (When available fresh chicken and duck eggs are on the menu and also home made jam and bread). There is a local pub in the village with a chef serving food from 11-2 and 6-9. In the village is the famous Gwennap Pit. We are only 5 minutes from the main A30 and 20 minutes from either the North or South coasts and ideal for day trips to a host of other seaside resorts such as Falmouth, Perranporth, St Ives and St Michaels Mount. It is also 8 miles from Cornwall's capital Truro with it's beautiful cathedral and unique shops, restaurants and bars. There are a number of National Trust places nearby like Trelissick, Trebah and Glendurgan Gardens and Pendennis and St Mawes castles. You could also take a boat trip up the picturesque River Fal or to the Roseland Peninsula. There is Land's End, the open air cliff top Minack Theatre and the Famous Eden Project to name a few. Truro and Falmouth universities 15 minutes away. After your busy day if you wish you can back with a take away and eat it in the conservatory and then relax on one of the comfortable sofas in the lounge.
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The Cornubia Inn Hayle Cornwall TR27 4DX

Distance: 5.8 miles
For 150 years the Cornubia has stood within the heart of Hayle. The building is grade two listed and was built by local brewer Christopher Ellis in 1867 and has hosted many formal functions in its history, including shareholder assemblies for the Cornish Copper Company, public meetings, official dinners, public sales and actions. Ross Poldark may have once crossed the threshold! (We all hope he's real, don't we?!) The sale of the Copperhouse Foundry's assets took place here in 1875 after the company's commercial failure. It is said that the Cornubia was named either after the Copperhouse built "Cornubia" - the first working locomotive to be designed and built in Cornwall by the C.C.C. especially for the newly completed Hayle railway line in 1838, or, after the Harvey & Co.'s Hayle built steam packet "SS Cornubia" - which was commissioned in 1858 and famed as a blockade-runner for the confederate states in the American civil war. We love either story!
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