Cheesewring Hotel

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Bodmin Moor
PL14 5LE

Cheesewring Hotel, Minions

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The Cheesewring Hotel has been serving since 1863 welcomes you to enjoy our range of ales home cooked food and hospitality. Our hotel rooms have recently been refurbished and are all en-suite with television wi-fi and comfortable furnishings.

The Cheesewring Hotel has built up a long standing reputation for its hospitality friendly atmosphere and good food. Our rooms are comfortable to stay in recently refurbished and all are en-suite. You have full access to the bar breakfast included and a spacious car park at the rear.

Staying on the moor's gives you a great chance to experiance life in a rural Cornish village while at the same time being within easy access of the north and south coast. Easy walks can start from the hotel and it makes a popular stop off for cyclists. A village shop and post office are located in the village just opposite the hotel.

The rooms are situated on the first floor and are secured with modern locks on doors and windows. Guest prices include a full English breakfast the ingredients sourced from local farms and suppliers when possible. Cornwall is filled with activities and wonderful places to explore.

A large selection of indoor and outdoor attractions are available to keep the family relaxed and occupied during your stay. Which ever direction you travel in Cornwall you are never far from the sea with coastal walks and sandy beaches you will find the north and south coast offer a different experience making them ideal to explore bathe snorkel fish sail and kayak from.

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