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Set in Redruth, Inn for all Seasons features a restaurant, bar, terrace, and free WiFi. At the hotel, all rooms come with a desk. The units feature a wardrobe. English Breakfast was exceptional. Dinner had a wide variety. The staff were exceptional. Good variety of tea and coffee , with biscuits with bottled water in the room. yu don´t have to pay for the parking..
Palm Cottage is located in Redruth and offers a garden and a terrace. The air-conditioned accommodations is 16 mi from Newquay, and guests benefit from private parking available on site and free WiFi.... Yes. it would nice to have phone in chalet otherwise very good I give it 5 star mr r p mcdermott
Wesley House Holidays - Quirky Cottages in 4 private acres is located in Lanner, Redruth. The property features garden views and is 7.5 mi from Falmouth. Sam and Martin were so friendly and welcoming. The cottage was absolutely spotless and warm. WiFi worked well. Bed is humongous and so comfortable. Lovely peaceful surroundings and in a good central location to travel all around Cornwall from.
Located in Redruth, The Studio, Lowenva provides accommodations with a terrace and free WiFi. The property is 8.1 mi from Falmouth and free private parking is provided. The accomodation has absolutely everything you need for a Cornish holiday. Redruth is a great spot if you want to explore all that this amazing county has to offer. Supermarkets are ten minutes away. Easy access to the A30 and a quiet rural location means you can get a great nights sleep before heading to a different beach everyday. The owners are close by should you need them, but leave you to enjoy your stay if you prefer privacy. 2 washing machines meant we came home with no laundry and avoided the holiday hangover that normally happens with 10 loads of washing and feeling like you need another holiday to get over the last one. The owners have a few cats that pop by and say hi in the evening. Having left food out for them we discovered that they dont eat it. A family of hedgehogs are quite adept at getting to the food before the cats. Its a little spot of paradise in a great big county full of beauty.
On average, 3-star hotels in Redruth cost $0 per night, and 4-star hotels in Redruth are $246 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Redruth can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Nice high street - quite hilly but good selection of shops. Absolutely nothing is open on a Sunday though, so nowhere to get breakfast. Town is easy to get to by train. Good road connections. Nice history with mining heritage. Buildings are grand and generally well looked after.
It is lovely Place to walk dogs , x see Horses, x interesting History,x nearby Church called Engine Hse is loving x Helpful.x like Factory shop x in town,x v nice Market place thet helps community,called redruth Revival. X I hope to buy x sell my Art there. Walking with friends Dog in quiet areas, Tea shop in town, they through pots x pans in sink , x chairs scrape scrape on bare boards its clean x staff are nice, but they don't realise they are kicking up a din,so bring earplugs x its OK.
Redruth and the surrounding area, such as Portreath, is lovely. I recommend going, seeing mine workings, taking cliff walks above Portreath, and taking a pasty with you. I was here for business this time, but can't wait to come back when COVID restrictions are lifted.
Didn't like Redruth town centre would not recommend as it's rundown and shabby. There are no decent eateries or nice pub's. It would be fine as a base as long as you are happy to travel around.
There's absolutely no reason to visit Redruth. It's a ghastly town that offers nothing of any interest. It's a place that I've always driven past and that;s the best way to see it. I only stayed there because of an offer from a pretentious hotel that looked interesting and was close enough to where I really wanted to stay. The hotel was living on an undeserved reputation and completely disappointed. So, when you see a sign on the road for Redruth, place your foot on the accelerator and keep on driving.
Aside from the lovely Penventon hotel and the convenience of its location, there is nothing much to say about Redruth. It appears rundown and uncared for. My only reason to be there is to stay in the hotel.
Perfect accommodation for what we needed as were cycling from Lands End to John O' Groats
Staff were amazing. Rooms were huge. Breakfast was fantastic!!!!
Beautifully presented and lovely people
Nice staff food quality great