Gwyndra House

Address: 7 Kings Ave, St Austell, Cornwall, England, Pl25 4TT, United Kingdom | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 7 Kings Ave, St Austell, is near Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, and The Shipwreck & Heritage Centre.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsGwyndra House St Austell

      Reviewed by sueron

      The perfect place to rest your head.

      Reviewed Jul 19, 2014
      by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      Gwyndra House has been a delightful place to stay. Our Host and hostess have both been friendly, helpful, interested and interesting. Jackie has made and provided for wonderful breakfasts. While there is a time beyond which she does not serve, there evidently is NOT a time before which she does not serve. We have had a couple of relatively early mornings and she was there o see to our breakfasts with a smile on her face and the weather report. Our room (the yellow room) has very comfortable beds, a well-provided on-suite and has been very quiet. It is serviced daily and even has fresh flowers! We highly recommend this B&B.

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      Travel Blogs from St Austell

      Don't like it? Dump it and make it better.

      A travel blog entry by sueron on Jul 19, 2014

      4 photos

      Another great day in Cornwall. We knew we would love coming back here and we have not been disappointed! Even the weather has gone out of its way to make us welcome! Thanks!!
      Today, we journeyed by train and bus to the most southern reaches of England. Our first stop was at Porthcurno Beach in search of Minack Theatre. From the bus stop, you …

      Port Isaac - or should we say "Port Wenn"?

      A travel blog entry by sueron on Jul 18, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      Being Doc Martin enthusiasts - and being so close to his place of practice (Port Wenn - in reality Port Isaac) - we just HAD to visit!! It's not an easy place to get to. And, oh, those roads are oh so skinny, especially when riding on a bus!! We just go on faith - and the belief that these drivers do this every day and come back to work every day!< …

      The Lost Gardens of Heligan

      A travel blog entry by sueron on Jul 17, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      Once upon a time, a young Reverend (Harry Hawkins Tremayne) inherited an estate (in 1766) and following the fashion of the day, aspired to create a great garden and estate at Heligan. He and the following 3 generations were largely successful in this quest and everything was quite grand. Then, WW1 took many of the staff and they never returned. The …

      Quilt country

      A travel blog entry by sueron on Jul 16, 2014


      Today, we moved to the far south of England to the quaint little town of St. Austell. When we were here in 2011, we spent only 2 days in Cornwall/Devon and we knew we would need to come back. One of our strongest and most lingering impressions from that former trip was that the Cornwall/Devon countryside was like a quilt. The parcels of farmland …

      The Drachma Rally: Mission HQ Preparations

      A travel blog entry by thedrachmarally on Apr 10, 2015

      3 comments, 1 photo

      ... new tyre (who hit the pothole up the road?) , the Channel Tunnel and ferry are booked, the breathalyser kit, the red triangle, and the high vis jacket are all ready and waiting to go... lets hope they wont be needed.

      So far the route is supposed to go like this: Cornwall to Folkestone where we take the 'chunnel' across to Calais. From there its down through France to Verbier, Switzerland, where we have to tie up all the loose ends ...