Heritage Accommodation in Bugle, Cornwall
Part of the Cornwall Travel Guide on Britain Express, highlighting attractions, heritage, and tourism information.
The Chapel Guest House
Historic Bed and Breakfast in Bugle, Cornwall
The Old Chapel Carthew
Accommodation Description:From: £30.00
The Chapel Guest House is a converted, former Methodist Chapel, dating from 1862. Set in a wooded valley, just north of St Austell, we are 3 miles from the Eden Project, 11 miles from the Lost Gardens of Helligan and yet only 10 minutes from the A30, giving easy access to all the other Cornish places of interest. The Chapel makes a great centre for touring.We provide spacious, comfortable rooms (double, twin or single) in a relaxed atmosphere.
Most rooms have en-suite facilities, and all have colour TV with DVD, clock radio and teacoffee making facilities. Wi-Fi internet access is available in all rooms.A tasty full English breakfast is served along with cereals, toast, fruit juice, tea and coffee, but other menu options are available, including vegetarian..
Accommodation Rating: 3*G (about ratings)
Map is based on address information supplied by the property and should be used only as a guide.
Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Eden Project - 3.2 miles (Garden)
Pine Lodge Gardens - 3.3 miles (Garden)
Tregrehan House - 3.4 miles (Garden)
Lost Gardens of Heligan - 5.9 miles (Garden)
Restormel Castle - 6.9 miles (Castle)
Lanhydrock - 7 miles (Historic House)
World of Model Railways Exhibition - 7 miles (Family Attraction)
Mevagissey Museum - 7 miles (Museum)
St Winnow Church - 7 miles (Historic Church)
Mevagissey Sealife Aquarium - 7.1 miles (Museum)
Nearby Towns & Villages to Visit
St Austell - 2.9 miles away
Lostwithiel - 6.7 miles away
Mevagissey - 7 miles away
Fowey - 7.9 miles away
Bodmin - 8.1 miles away
Wadebridge - 10.2 miles away
Lanreath - 10.8 miles away
Blisland - 11.6 miles away
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low to exceptional) on historic interest
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