Carlyon Bay Hotel

Carlyon Bay Hotel
Sea Road, carlyon Bay, St Austell, Cornwall, PL25 3RD
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Welcome to the Carlyon Bay Hotel, one of Cornwall s most luxurious places to stay. With 250 acres of secluded gardens and grounds, including our own championship golf course, extensive leisure facilities and award winning cuisine, and Spa we really are much more than just a short break destination! Located only 2 miles from the acclaimed Eden Project and a mere 10 minutes drive from the Lost Gardens of Heligan, the Carlyon Bay Hotel is an excellent base from which to start your Cornish adventure… During there stay guests can unwind and recuperate in the comfortable surroundings whilst benefiting from the hotels extensive range of facilities, which include 18 hole Championship Golf Course (free to residents) 9 hole Approach course Driving Range Two Snooker Tables Two Tennis Courts Outdoor Heated Swimming Pool Indoor Heated Swimming Pool Croquet Lawn Putting Greens Spa Facilities include Steam Room Sauna Experience Shower Hydro Spa Pool Beauty Therapy Rooms Fitness Suite Relaxation Hot Loungers Our Bay View Restaurant Dress Code for Adults: Whilst it is preferred that gentlemen do wear a jacket and tie in the restaurant, it is not essential. We would ask however that our guests do dress for dinner with a sense of occasion and that the emphasis be on smart and elegant attire. Sports wear and denim are not however permitted. Informal dining is available at the hotel.

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2. Toilaway12 Jul 2013, 3:24pm5 stars Carlyon Bay Hotel Report

No five stars is more like it! X

1. Toilaway12 Jul 2013, 3:20pm4 stars Carlyon Bay Hotel Report

I have finally stepped through the Art Deco doors and found a little gem! The views are delicious and lying next to the pool ... Who needs the drag of a long haul flight. The staff are charming and the service is excellent! Who would have thought St. Austell could be such fun!!

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Average rating 4.5/5 from 2 reviews of Carlyon Bay Hotel.

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