- "Very well located right in the centre of Truro with the benefit of a car park, easy walking to shops, restaurants and the Cathedral. On arrival the hotels' staff were friendly and attentive, rooms are clean and comfortable. A continental breakfast is included but we chose to pay for a full English which was enjoyable. Food in the restaurant also enjoyable and good value. A modern and comfortable hotel at good value for money."
- "A really lovely building, spotlessly clean rooms, well decorated and furnished to good standards. I enjoyed a drink in the bar on arrival, the staff friendly and chatty and later had an enjoyable meal in the restaurant. An excellent overnight stay and I would recommend to anyone for a business or pleasure stay or simply as a good hotel for the Truro area."
- "A lovely old building, full of character, in well maintained grounds and family friendly, a real treat, with good facilities, spa, pool, hot tub. Our family room was very comfortable, spacious, well equipped and clean. All the staff at the hotel were very friendly and provided good service. breakfast and drink were quite expensive but excellent in taste and quality. We all loved our short break and hopefully will be returning. Recommended."
- "Brilliant place to stay, 1o minutes walk to the town of Truro, and Mike is a fantastic host. Our room was delightful with modern facilities and lovely toiletries and refreshments. Excellent breakfast that was made with the finest produce, plentiful and well presented. We would love to come back when we are next in the area."
- "We were very pleasantly surprised as from the outside it is very ordinary, but impressive once inside. At the rear the views are wonderful and there is plenty of seating inside and out to sit and enjoy a meal or drink and enjoy the atmosphere. Rooms are well maintained and equipped including air conditioning which was a bonus. Breakfast is not included but we thought it was good value for money, well cooked and presented. We also dined there in the evening, enjoyable and relaxing. The location is good, close to everything and its better than a chain hotel by a country mile."
- "Beautifully located in the countryside for some lovely walks, this is a working farm with nice owners. We stayed in the converted barn, very modern and comfortable. Breakfasts had good choices and were well cooked and satisfying. Off the beaten track and ideal for anyone looking for peace and relaxation. How nice to wake in the morning to the sound of mooing from the cattle. Recommended."
Truro is the administrative centre of Cornwall, well known for its cathedral, Georgian architecture and cobbled streets. It is also a shopper's paradise, congruent with its historic tradition of being a market town and fun loving tourist destination. The most recognisable attraction is the cathedral, which was built in the late 19th century. It features the largest stained glass project in the world, which tells the story of the Gospel, as well as that of the church in England.
The Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro is the window to Cornwall's history and cultural heritage, with its art exhibitions by Cornwall artists, its mineral collection and its archaeological exhibits. Theatre lovers will enjoy the Hall for Cornwall, a performing arts venue offering live theatre productions, such as plays, dramas and musicals, along with world-class musical performances. Shopping enthusiasts will be pleased with Truro's varied selection of specialty shops, chain stores and markets, including Pannier Market and Lemon Street Market.
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