Bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Par, Cornwall
In the Heart of Daphne Du Maurier's Cornwall. Elmswood House is a comfortable 7 bedroom hotel with en-suite facilities. Set in attractive gardens in the historic village of Tywardreath, close to the Eden Project and many other popular attractions. Elmswood House is a beautiful house set in the historic village of Tywardreath. This lovely rural Cornish village was an inspiration to Daphne Du Maurier who was moved to feature the village in her classic novel ‘The House on the Strand’. The sweeping valley landscape offers beautiful countryside views, whilst the village is well served by a selection of shops and local pubs. Elmswood House is a family run hotel offering the highest quality accommodation. Rooms are en suite and beautifully appointed, guaranteeing the level of comfort that its regular guests have come to enjoy.
The personal service at Penarwyn House will ensure absolute comfort during your stay, whether for a relaxing break or on business. With local knowledge from a born and bred Cornishman your days can be relaxed or as hectic as you want. If you have not brought your car or prefer to use the bus or train, let them know and they can plan your days with you. Penzance is just 63 minutes by train. The owners can arrange pick ups for guests arriving by train at Par station. As well as the luxury bedrooms and en-suites there is a drawing room complete with boudoir grand piano where you can relax and enjoy a complimentary glass of sherry in the evening, or while away the odd hour or two in the Victorian splendour of the panelled snooker room, with additional heat provided by the log burner on cold winter evenings. In the panelled dining room enjoy a leisurely breakfast freshly cooked from the award winning menu.
Reynards Rest is built on the hillside overlooking the coastal village of Par. Much mentioned in Daphne du Maurier's 'The House on the Strand', Par is a thriving village situated on St Austell Bay between the better known ports of Fowey and Charlestown. It boasts a mainline railway station (direct services to London Paddington and Penzance among others, as well as a branch line service to the north coast resort of Newquay), newsagent, grocery stores, a library and no less than four pubs!