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To get to Luxulyan whichever way you go, there are narrow lanes where if you meet another car you have to back up to a passing place. It was a nightmare and I wouldn't go to Luxulyan again.Also there is nothing much there so we had to go to other places to eat each evening, so you had to be able to drive.
A tranquil little village just 2 miles from the Eden Project. Superb little pub (the Kings Arms) with great food and lovely friendly staff. We stayed at The Old Vicarage B&B which was the best I’ve ever stayed in. The village has a little post office/general store, church, school and public toilets. A lovely area for walking although you’d need a car to go anywhere outside the village - and some of the lanes are extremely narrow!
Remote inn location but well signed once you got close. Nowhere close to eat - had to go into St. Austell, although there was a pub a couple of miles away from the Innis Inn. I didn't go into the village. N.B. This review comes with FAR too many terms and conditions!! I'm not sure whether I'll bother in future.,
Luxulyan is a small village with one shop, post office and very friendly traditional pub serving good beer and excellent Cornish gin. Their food is good and wholesome 'pub grub'. Easy to walk to from our B&B opposite the primary school. Lots of places of interest nearby. You should take note that in this area many of the roads are very narrow with passing places but it wouldn't stop us coming again. Loved it.