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Myself and my family only stayed for one night and wished we had longer, we didn't want to leave! We were greeted with a lovely afternoon tea and a warm welcome as Jenny had kindly turned on the heating prior to our arrival. The accommodation...More
We stayed here as a family for just one night and our only regret is that we couldn't stay longer! Apartment 20 - 'Heligan' - was brilliant! It was spacious enough for four adults and one baby, and had absolutely everything you could need.
we had everything we needed, plus the added extras of basic supplies of bread, milk cereal, fruit ta coffee extra. which meant we didn't need to go to the shops as soon as we arrived, we could settle in and explore, the apartment was clean...More
My partner, my daughter and I were visiting Cornwall last week and had planned a full day at the Eden Project.
We didn't want to drive too much so we had initially booked accommodation in a hotel near St Austell. When the hotel visit turned...More
We had a family room on the upper floor with views across St Austell Bay, fully equiped kitchen with Bread/milk/breakfast supplied. Cupboards had lots of kids toys to keep them ammused and numerous books/magazines for tha adults with info on Cornwall & the Eden Project....More
Response from jennywren38 | Property representative |
Hi Oystercat, I am sorry i have not answered your question before. I have only just seen it, We do not discriminate against anyone regardless of any illnes. As retired nurses we are in a very good position to advise and... More
Hi Oystercat, I am sorry i have not answered your question before. I have only just seen it, We do not discriminate against anyone regardless of any illnes. As retired nurses we are in a very good position to advise and support people with illness and have done so on any occasions. There is a great deal of inside entertainment locally, especially The Eden Project, museums etc.. You do not have to pay anything for the full sized fridge. The apartments are fully fitted and spacious. You would be most welcome. Look at our web site.
Thanking you for your interest. Jenny
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"Top floor penthouse has views across St Austell Bay. Ground flor has view of the car park."