The Beech Tree Guest House
The Beech Tree Guest House is conveniently situated within St. Austell town near to the train/bus stations and town centre - all just a 2 minute walk away, therefore is ideally placed for exploring the beautiful county of Cornwall, from superb beaches to rugged cliff top scenery, tropical gardens and quaint fishing villages. Within a short distance of St. Austell, can be found the historic port of Charlestown, with it s Tall ships and maritime museum, the working fishing village of Mevagissey, with its narrow streets and picturesque houses, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and the world renowned Eden Project just a 10 minute drive away and a must see for any visitor. The nearby beaches of Par, Carlyon Bay, Porthpean and Pentewen Sands afford clean beaches and safe swimming. Also within easy striking distance is the Cathedral town of Truro - famous for its Georgian architecture and fine shopping, the beautiful Fal estuary (as described in Daphne du Maurier s book Frenchman s Creek ), the waterfront village of St. Mawes and historic towns of Fowey, Looe and Polperro. Walkers can enjoy nearby coastal walks or, explore the rugged terrain of Bodmin Moor - designated an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (who knows you may even catch a glimpse of the Beast of Bodmin ). All our rooms are fully en suite, centrally heated and furnished to a high standard with pine furniture and quality soft furnishings. We offer guests the choice of either twin or double rooms, (sole use available at a supplement). Being a bungalow, The Beech Tree offers ground floor accommodation, ideal for those who may have mobility problems or find stairs difficult. Free Wi Fi Internet and use of laptop Air conditioned Rooms available We cater for Short stays ,Weekends away or Holidays in St Austell All major credit cards accepted We offer the benefit of off road parking to all our guests and are open all the year. Whatever your reason for visiting Cornwall - Join us at the Beech Tree, which is a clean comfortable 4 star bed and breakfast in St Austell, Arrive as strangers, leave as friends. We look forward to seeing you soon.
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