Poltarrow Farmhouse near St Austell in Cornwall offers guests the relaxed and informal atmosphere of country house living. The bedrooms have views from the windows across the surrounding countryside and are individually decorated, all with en-suite bathrooms, TV and tea trays.
After an early morning swim, enjoy breakfast in the conservatory. Choose from a selection of fresh fruits and yoghurts, or a generous Cornish breakfast cooked on the Aga. Please click here for our breakfast menu.
In winter the fire in the sitting room ensures a cosy atmosphere to be able to relax, or, a place to return to after visiting busy summer resorts for a little peace and tranquility.
Within a short drive there are various local pubs and restaurants, we will be happy to recommend these to you so that you may sample the traditional Cornish fare they offer. For those special treats, take a culinary tour through some of Cornwall's top restaurants from Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant at Padstow, Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Restaurant at Watergate Bay and Nathan Outlaw at The St Enodoc Hotel at Rock to name but a few.
Being centrally located, all of Cornwall is easily reached from Poltarrow Farm Bed and Breakfast.
The world renowned Eden Project (a must see) and the famous Lost Gardens of Heligan (the largest garden restoration in Europe) are just a 15 minute drive, as is the coast and sandy beaches.
£65 per night
Double / Twin Room
£100 per night
(based on two people sharing)
£125 per night
Payment may be made by debit card or cash
Guests are requested to arrive between 3pm and 7pm at the commencement of their stay or telephone us to advise the expected time of arrival.
Unfortunately we are unable to accommodate children under 8 years of age.
Sorry but we cannot accept dogs in the farmhouse.
We understand that circumstances sometimes change and plans altered.
Should you have to cancel your reservation, we will always try to re-let the accommodation.
In the event of not being able to re-let the accommodation, a charge of 2/3rds of the total booking will be made.