Applecroft Bed & Breakfast
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Applecroft Bed & Breakfast St Austell
Travel Blogs from St Austell
We woke up after quite a difficult night. Christine had been sick in the night and we think that she had caught the same bug that Emily was suffering from earlier in the week. This had woken Emily and Emily in turn woke up Rose, making for a very noisy night! Therefore we all felt quite tired in the morning. I took Rose out for a breakfast to allow Christine a bit of time to wake up and recover. She was feeling a ...
... early and got there by 8am finding it very easy to find a parking space. Fowey is a very picturesque place that reminded us a lot of Honfleur in France. It was very pleasant to walk around, especially before the tourists arrived. We then decided to get a ferry to the town of Mevagissey. The boat ride lasted around half an hour and offered some spectacular views of the Cornish coast, including the lighthouse ...
... driver, because we are constantly amazed that even quite narrow, minor roads have many HUGE lorries that come barrelling round corners towards you at speed. Not for the faint-hearted, (like me!) Arrived at The Mill House Hotel and went straight to the bar for a pint and to watch the canal boats sail along the Shropshire Canal past our table and through the hotel! Tried to ignore the cricket on TV, after Australia's woeful ...
... in the model train room doing whatever model train fanciers do! By dinner time the rain had eased to 'mizzle' which is mist/drizzle, so we went to Lostwithiel village for dinner and a pint. Bangers and mash, chicken pie, many veg, apple pie with clotted cream. Great company and great atmosphere. Early bed after a busy day of total ...
Again it had rained during the night and all the talk was on a pretty miserable day weatherwise. At breakfast we were discussing our plans for the day. So far we wanted to see Pendennis Castle, and Pete was keen to see the Maritime Museum which had been advertising a Viking exhibition. Paul, the B&B owner, recommended a trip to Trebah. This is a beautiful garden, about 6 miles south of Falmouth in Mawnan Smith. ...