Bodmin Road Trethowel
The Waterwheel Inn and Restaurant was built in the 1700s and was linked with both the tin and clay mining industries. It is set within an acre and a half of woodland valley beside a river but is only a 10 minute walk from St Austell town. Virtually all of the county can be reached in under an hour making this the ideal base for exploring Cornwall.
Only 4 miles from the The Eden Project, 6 from The Lost Gardens of Heligan, and close to the unspoilt coastal fishing villages of Fowey, Charlestown, and Mevagissey, make it perfect for your days out, with the convenience of a bar and restaurant to return to for a relaxing evening. Our elegant restaurant serves an extensive A la Carte menu with fresh fish and seafood specials and a home cooked 3 course menu for 16 pounds. Breakfasts are usually served in the conservatory overlooking the patio and garden.
Please note that the restaurant is closed on Sundays. Please note a 20% non-refundable deposit taken at the time of booking. Please see cancellation policy for other terms and conditions
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Pine Lodge Gardens - 2.1 miles (Garden)
Tregrehan Garden - 2.5 miles (Garden)
Eden Project - 2.7 miles (Garden)
Par, St Mary's Church - 2.9 miles (Historic Church)
Lost Gardens of Heligan - 4.4 miles (Garden)
Mevagissey Museum - 5.4 miles (Museum)
World of Model Railways Exhibition - 5.4 miles (Family Attraction)
Lanlivery, St Brevita's Church - 5.4 miles (Historic Church)
Mevagissey Sealife Aquarium - 5.5 miles (Museum)
Castle an Dinas Iron Age Hillfort - 6.8 miles (Prehistoric Site)
Other Nearby Accommodation
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