Alexandra Heights

Bed and Breakfast in St Austell, Cornwall

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43 Alexandra Road
St Austell
PL25 4QW

Alexandra Heights, St Austell

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Quality Four Star Bed & Breakfast in St Austell located close to the new town centre and Rail & Bus stations. We are perfectly placed to visit all of Cornwall's major attractions and only a few minutes from The Eden Project and the picturesque, historic Charlestown with its harbour and tallships. Free off-road private parking.

WifI available. Fresh, comfortable accommodation with a full varied breakfast menu, in a charming Edwardian house, where a warm & friendly welcome awaits you.

Alexandra Heights is ideally positioned as we are located just a quarter of a mile from both the Town Centre and the Rail and Bus stations, therefore, an excellent choice for those travelling by rail and bus and ideal for people touring Cornwall by car. Five minute walk to brand new shopping centre in the town and walking distance to Charlestown with its historic harbour and selection of quality Pubs and Restaurants. Close proximity of easy access to all local beaches, coastal paths and golf courses.

Alexandra Heights is a large Edwardian House, built around 1906, and retains much of its original charm and features. With comfortable beds, fresh flowers in your room, cotton bedding, and rooms decorated in a fresh and relaxing style. You will receive a warm and friendly welcome, and every effort is made to ensure that your stay, whether vacation or business, is a relaxing and memorable experience.

Both a Double and Twin Room are available throughout the whole of the Year and by having just the two rooms to let, we are able to ensure that all of our guests are well looked after during their stay. Breakfast is served in our light and airy spacious dining room where a full and varied menu is offered, with vegetarian and vegan options available. Our food is homemade using local produce and is served to you on your own private table.

Free off-road private parking. Wifi available. Wonderfully situated in Mid-Cornwall to enable you to explore the attractions Cornwall has to offer.

Alexandra Heights is just a three minute walk away from the Bus and Train station which can give you the freedom to explore other parts of Cornwall, or allows you the choice to travel down by train/Bus with the knowledge that we are so close to the station.

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From: £65.00

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St Austell Travel and Heritage Information

Pine Lodge Gardens - 1.6 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Tregrehan Garden - 2.1 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Eden Project - 2.6 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Lost Gardens of Heligan - 3.9 miles (Garden) Heritage Rating

Mevagissey Museum - 4.7 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

World of Model Railways Exhibition - 4.7 miles (Family Attraction) Heritage Rating

Mevagissey Sealife Aquarium - 4.8 miles (Museum) Heritage Rating

St Catherines Castle - 6.2 miles (Castle) Heritage Rating

St Winnow Church - 6.6 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

Trewithen - 7.2 miles (Historic House) Heritage Rating

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