Located centrally in Cornwall yet benefiting from the beauty of South Cornwall's stunning coastline, there's plenty to explore from The Pier House Hotel in Cornwall. Visit one or many world-famous attractions, including The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan, discover Poldark Country, explore the South West Coast Path and more.
The Lost Gardens of Heligan, just a short drive away from The Pier House Hotel were only uncovered 25 years ago from a tangle of weeds. Heligan is now one of the country’s best loved gardens amongst families and single travellers and it's easy to see why, with 200 acres to explore, a sub-tropical jungle, plus an ancient woodland with rare breeds and an abundance of wildlife.Learn more
The fishing port of Charlestown was a prime filming location for Poldark, so why not wander down from your hotel room to the grade II listed harbour and see if you can spot a Tall Ship, or gaze upon Charlestown's beautiful unspoiled cottages? Charlestown also has easy access to Bodmin Moor, which is featured in many of Poldark's more dramatic scenes as well as Bodmin Town, where Ross was tried.
The Pier House Hotel is just a ten minute drive away from the Eden Project, a fascinating attraction with a tropical rainforest and Mediterranean garden housed within giant biomes. If you're an adrenaline junkie, get your fix on the Skywire, England's longest zip wire, or climb to the top of the biomes on the rainforest canopy walkway. The Eden Project offers a fun day out for the whole family, with events throughout the year and and plenty of things to keep curious minds interested.Learn more
Just a stone's throw away from The Pier House, St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre's interactive Brewing Experience reveals the secrets behind their award-winning ales, with tasters included of course! If you like what you taste, pick up a selection of beer and gifts from the Visitor Centre shop or enjoy some hearty pub grub or coffee and cake at the Hicks Bar.Learn more
Discover Fowey, a charming seaside town that was once home to esteemed author Daphne Du Maurier. Watch the world go by in one of the many pubs and cafes, visit the literary centre, walk the South West Coast Path or explore the Fowey River by boat, kayak or even a stand up paddle-board. Or, if you fancy a spot of culture, visit us during the Fowey Festival of Arts and Literature, a celebration of words, music and art.
Fall under the spell of Lanhydrock's magnificent Victorian country house and gardens on your next stay at The Pier House. A National Trust property, you can discover the two sides of Victorian life and the contrast of ‘upstairs’ and ‘downstairs’ living. Or, explore the gardens and surrounding woodland with tranquil riverside paths, ancient woodland and plenty of wildlife. There are also some excellent off-road cycle trails, so why not hire a bike?Learn more