Hotels near Wheal Eliza

Boscundle Manor St Austell Cornwall PL25 3RL

Distance: 0.4 miles
Arriving at Boscundle Manor is like stumbling upon a well-kept secret. Hidden in a tranquil location, where pretty terraced gardens meet ancient woodland, the warm charm of the 18th century manor house is palpable from the moment your eyes fall on the frontage, its rosy pink walls draped in lilac blossom and hugged by neat lawns and colourful flowerbeds. The rich character continues inside – in the snug lounge with its deep velvety sofas and open fireplace, in the dining room with its wooden floors, sumptuous drapes and heady touch of grandeur, and in the light and airy climes of the conservatory. The interiors combine style, elegance and a charm befitting the building’s historic character with a wonderfully welcoming and endlessly cosy ambience. The individually designed bedrooms are contemporary in style; from bold jet black, hot pink and modish flourishes to pretty pastels and chaise lounges, there’s a room for all tastes complete with luxe bathrooms and impeccable attention to detail. All relaxation needs are catered for: take a dip in the indoor pool, indulge in a treatment in the Zento room and sink into the hot tub and gaze up at star-speckled skies. It’s small wonder this chic sanctuary is deemed to be one of the region’s most romantic hotels.
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The Britannia Inn and Restaurant Par Cornwall PL24 2SL

Distance: 0.6 miles
The family owners and their friendly team welcome you to experience The Britannia Inn & Waves Restaurant to celebrate 30 years of entertaining patrons from the new to the long serving and the young to the young at heart. Situated on the main A390 road between the towns of St. Austell and St. Blazey we are often used as a landmark and perfectly located for the world famous Eden Project (5 mins drive), Carlyon Bay Golf Course (5 mins drive) and an array of fabulous Cornish beaches and historic harbours and ports ( 5 mins drive). On your arrival the well presented 16th Century Listed Building and it's well kept large car park (inc disabled parking) plus our secluded gardens will pleasantly greet you. Offering something and bespoke areas for everyone has been key over the years and we look forward to making your visit enjoyable, comfortable and Memorable in equal measures. Refurbished early 2012 to a high standard we have created 7 spacious and stylish comfortable guest rooms with kingsize beds, natural oak finished furniture, high quality Bathroom suites, 32" flat screen tv's and much more- fantastic breakfasts await you in the morning when chosen. Boasting three different dining areas to suit all tastes where on the menu you will find good honest homemade Pub food from Cornish steaks, battered cod & chips, traditional pies and stews and various snacks for the lighter appetite. The chefs specials change daily and offer dishes such as fresh scallops to local Seabass and fillet steak medallions to roasted belly pork. Our delicious sunday carvery is very popular and vegetarian dishes and special dietary requests are also catered for. At the bar you can sit back and enjoy the benefit a Freehouse has to offer with a broad range of ales, wines and spirits plus occasional live music and televised sports. Or get away from it all in the lounge bar with a coffee, cake and newspaper infront of the fire. Wifi is free & available in all areas.
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Wheel Water Collections Saint Austell Cornwall PL25 3AP

Distance: 0.6 miles
Wheel Water Collections are within a 10-20 minute walk to the beaches of historic Charlestown. The properties offer free WiFi and free parking. Some feature a balcony, a decked garden or a garden with barbecue. All properties are located in different buildings in and around the Charlestown area. All properties have a stylish living area with Freeview TV with a DVD player and an iPod docking station. There is a dining area, and a contemporary kitchen with an oven, microwave, fridge-freezer, a dishwasher and washer-dryer. Some have sea views. Restaurants, tea rooms and pubs can be found in the centre of Charlestown. Wheel Water Collections are within 5-minutes' drive of Carlyon Bay Golf Course. St Austell Railway Station is a 5-minute drive away, while The Eden Project and Lost Gardens of Heligan are within a 10-minute drive. All have smoke detectors and Carbon monoxide Alarms.
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Porth Avallen Hotel St Austell Cornwall PL25 3SG

Distance: 0.8 miles
With our 28 well appointed en-suite rooms we are the best kept secret in Cornwall. Our spectacular cliff top location and 180 degree sea view over St Austell Bay, makes us the ideal place to stay and explore Cornwall's many attractions, such as The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan to name but a few. Our award-winning chefs work closely with Cornish suppliers to bring you the very best and freshest seasonal produce. We have a selection of Superior, Luxury and Standard en-suite rooms. The Porth Avallen Hotel is the ideal venue for any celebration and we can cater for groups of up to 150 persons. Our saying is: The only thing we overlook is the bay!
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Duke of Cornwall Saint Austell Cornwall PL25 4QD

Distance: 0.9 miles
******UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT****** Just a few minutes from the coast, Duke of Cornwall offers rooms with TVs and tea and coffee making facilities. A traditional Cornish breakfast can be ordered. The public bar features 1 pool table and gaming machine while the lounge bar has an open fire. Food is served in a separate dining room; it is freshly prepared from local products whenever possible. The picturesque fishing village of Mevagissey, The Eden project and the lost Gardens of Heligan and are all 15 minutes away.
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Penarth Guest House Par Cornwall PL24 2EF

Distance: 1.1 miles
PENARTH GUEST HOUSE is a spacious detached house with three high-quality en-suite guest rooms set in its own grounds with on-site parking at the edge of the village of St Blazey Gate, just five minutes’ drive or about a 30-minute walk from the Eden Project. This part of the south Cornish coastline between the River Fowey to the east and the River Fal to the west is known as the Cornish Riviera for its beautiful gardens, palm trees and fine weather. Outstandingly beautiful and steeped in history, the area offers many attractions for all tastes from award-winning gardens to pirates. The guest accommodation is maintained to a high standard, and the rooms all have a Freeview TV with built-in DVD player, fast, reliable wi-fi, a hairdryer, trouser press and tea and coffee making facilities. An iron and ironing board are also available. Rates are fully-inclusive of breakfast, and we are very pleased to consistently receive highly-complimentary reviews regarding our food! We are also proud to have been awarded a 5-Star Food Hygiene Rating. For evening meals, within just a few minutes' walk is The Four Lords, a traditional local pub serving tasty food, and for those who prefer more of a restaurant-style, The Britannia Inn is a ten-minute walk in the opposite direction. Directly across the road is the Biscovey Fish Bar, where guests can buy fish 'n chips which can be eaten in our dining room (we'll supply plates if needed, and do the washing-up afterwards!). Visitors who like nothing better than visiting historic castles, houses and gardens will find plenty! The nearby Eden Project is one of the most visited attractions in Cornwall, and within easy reach are the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Lanhydrock House and Gardens, and the castles of Caerhays and Restormel - and for the Poldark fans, Charlestown (where many of the harbour sequences are shot) is only a short drive away, and it's only 20 minutes walk to the beach at Carlyon Bay and the South West Coast Path.
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