Boscundle Manor (Hotels)

Tregrehan, St. Austell, PL25 3RD   Tel: 01726 813557

3 Stars

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Built in 1767, Boscundle Manor was home to the mine captain of Wheal Eliza Consoles, the 13th largest tin mine in Cornwall and reputedly one of the most prosperous. The manor has been a hotel for 25 years now and offers discreet accommodation in a range of room styles and sizes with comfortable public areas including a bar, dining room, lounge, morning room and conservatory.

The grounds total just under 5 acres with old tin mine remains and both heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Boscundle Manor is very centrally placed for sightseeing around Cornwall with many world famous gardens very close by, fishing villages and coastal path walks within a few minutes drive and most other places of interest within 45 minutes by car.

All the bedrooms are fully en-suite and feature a mini bar, tea/coffee making facilities, TV, direct dial telephone, mini-safe, trouser press and hairdryer. Nearly all the double/twin rooms have both spa converted baths and power showers as well as bedside clock radios and most of the rooms also have a CD player.

The Zento treatment room (Zento means "the beginning of a journey in Japanese") offering a range of relaxing or invigorating spa treatments including body wraps, massages and facials with our resident therapist Carrie exclusively using Molton Brown products.

Boscundle Manor