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The Pier House Hotel and Restaurant in St Austell Cornwall is situated on the picturesque harbour of Charlestown with stunning views of the port and coastline of St Austell bay
The Pier House Hotel and Restaurant in St Austell Cornwall itself has 26 bedrooms, a bar/bistro and an a la carte restaurant which seats up to 115 people. The patio area which seats up to 90 people has wonderful views across the harbour and St Austell Bay. You can eat or just enjoy a drink whilst taking in the atmosphere surrounding the harbour. The hotel offers many different delights from cream teas to lobster caught locally here in Charlestown. Our hotel bar is a freehouse and serves a wide selection of locally brewed ales.
All rooms are en-suite, centrally heated with colour TV, tea/coffee making facilities and have direct dial telephone. Unlimited WIFI internet access is available in all rooms free of charge.
Prices are per room per night and include a full English breakfast. A deposit of £25 per room is requested when making a reservation. Cancellation policy is up to 12 noon the day prior to arrival.
Please be advised that we have only two rooms on the ground floor which are located in the annexe and are reached by six sloped steps. Most of our rooms are on the first floor with four on the second.
Unfortunately the Hotel does not have a lift.
Our car park for the Hotel is shared with The Rashleigh Arms which is situated approximately 200 yards back up the road from The Pier House.
There is limited parking outside the Hotel during the months of October to end of May.
We have two eating areas. Our Bistro which is first come first served and an A La Carte Restaurant which must be pre-booked before arrival. We also have our Harbourside Inn adjacent to the Hotel
The Eden Project, St Austell.
A large scale horticultural site containing biomes housing plants from sub-tropical and mediterranean climates.
The Shipwreck and Heritage Centre, Charlestown.
The Shipwreck and historical artefacts on display in the centre are the largest private collection of this type on public display in Europe.
Lanhydrock House, Bodmin.
Stunning 17th century house and gardens, used as a film set for The Three Musketeers (1993) and Twelfth Night (1996).
Pendennis Castle, Falmouth.
Built by King Henry VIII to defend from attack against the French and Spanish over 450 years ago.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Heligan, seat of the Tremayne family for more than 400 years, is one of the most mysterious estates in England.
Dairyland Farmworld, near Newquay.
Dairyland Farmworld, an all weather working farm family attraction near Newquay.
Poldark Mine, Helston.
Cornwall's most popular mining heritage site, with organised mine tours.
Flambards Theme Park, Helston.
Established over 30 years ago, Flambards is one of Cornwall's top all family all weather theme park attractions.
The harbour is a working fishing harbour, but is also a welcome haven for visiting yachts.