Two Night Break at The Chapel Guest House
Fabtastic treat to escape the blues
We couldnt wait to see the Chapel Guest House we had seen the pics of course but its not the same as seeing a place yourself. We soon found it in a hamlet and it was so light and modern and welcoming. Our hosts were very friendly and greeted us with tea and biscuits which is rare we find. Our bedroom was lovely if not over large and there was more tea to make and pampering toiletries to discover in the bathroom.
The owners suggested some lovely sounding eating places and we discovered the sea food restaurant at the place of the "Tall Ships"
Breakfast was served in the very light and airy dinning room all freshly cooked and using local ingredients. It was really delicious and set us up very well for the whole day.
Cant wait to go again we had a great time!!
06 July 2012
Two for the price of one
Very capacious rooms and facilities with hosts who were extremely pleasant but unobtrusive. Location - middle if nowhere on the way out of Saint Austell towards Bodmin. Converted chapel, very clean and simply furnished. Breakfast adequate.
Go to Fowey for dinner and visit the nearly Eden Project
14 December 2012