Set in an idyllic location on the south coast 2 miles from St Austell this pretty 18th century Manor House is hidden gem. Privately owned and family run the interiors have been lovingly restored with warmth, character and charm.
- Delightful boutique country hotel & spa nr St Austell, Cornwall
- Intimate 2 AA rosette restaurant
- Elegant spacious bedrooms
- Relax in Zento Spa, offering, treatments, hot tub, and indoor pool
- Perfect for exploring the Southern Cornwall coast and Eden Project
- The hotel do accept dogs but only have 2 dog friendly rooms
The following offers are showing provisional availability*.
Exclusive to OPL
Relaxing Cornish Break
Stay in a Superior Manor room and receive:
- Complimentary tea and cake on arrival (value £5.50 pp)
- 3 course dinner for two people on first night (with an allowance of £29 per person)*
- Full English breakfast daily
- 25% off any spa treatments, pre booking advisable
- Late check out at 12 noon
- An exclusive upgrade to Superior Manor room is included in this package (value £30)
- *Please note that the restaurant is closed Sunday and Monday
1 night stay
Package Price: £100 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £200 per room
2 night stay
Package Price: £175 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £350 per room
3 night stay
Package Price: £247.50 per person per stay (based on two sharing) £495 per room
All of the above prices include all taxes / service fees.
* Offers showing provisional availability are subject to confirmation with the hotel and availability is not guaranteed. No funds will be taken from your card until the booking is confirmed, which will usually be within a few hours.
Offers showing instant availability are live and will be confirmed immediately.
Facilities at Boscundle Manor
This grade II listed, stone manor house instantly welcomes you with its pretty grounds and private woodland. Hidden from the main road, in a discreet setting yet only minutes from the coast and surrounding areas.
Boasting 14 individually designed bedrooms, all unique in size and style which are decorated to a very high standard. All rooms benefit from comforts like fluffy robes, fresh milk and Molton Brown toiletries.
Boscundle has a lovely indoor swimming pool and hot tub, along with a spa treatment room named 'Zento' (meaning "the beginning of a journey" in Japanese). Here there is a full list of enticing options, guaranteed to help you relax and unwind.
The elegant restaurant has the perfect ambiance with candles, low lighting and fresh flowers in tall dramatic vases. Winning 2 AA Rosettes for food the hotel offers the very best Cornish produce, where everything is made from scratch.
Located just 5 minutes from St Austell, and close to Charlestown this hotel has a lot to offer on its doorstep for exploring the Cornwall area.
Renowned for its friendly service and high standards we think this hotel is a real 'corker'!
- The restaurant is closed Sunday and Monday.
Good to know
- Hotel check-in time: 3:00 PM
- Hotel check-out time: 11:00 AM
Full parking on site
There is restricted disability access due to age of property, please contact our reservations team if you have specific access needs. The hotel does not have a lift.
All main house rooms are on at least first floor, there is one ground floor bedroom in the grounds but this is accessible only via rough hewn granite steps.
History of the hotel
The main house at Boscundle was built in 1767 as a mine captain's house, in more recent times was a large family home and was converted and expanded into a hotel in the 1970's. More recently additional bedrooms were added in the grounds including the Charlotte garden suite mid way up the gardens. Most recently an indoor pool was added that connects directly into the manor house.
Children up to the age of 2 stay free of charge, all rooms can take cots.
The hotel has a number of rooms suitable for families; some have got sofa beds, whilst others have plenty of space for fold out foam chair beds. Younger children love the themed "Snuggle Sacs" and there are "Crash Sacs for the older children.
Children are welcome in our restaurant for earlier tables or if you would prefer, we offer an early supper option in our conservatory.
There is a charge £20 per child per night including breakfast.
The hotel has some dog friendly rooms, all of which have direct access to outside There is a charge of £10.00 per dog per night, and your pooch will receive their own welcome pack to include:
• A nice comfy basket with a blanket
• Special homemade Boscundle treats
• A water bowl.
The Rooms at Boscundle Manor
Superior Manor room
Elizabeth - The centre piece to the Elizabeth Manor Room is a huge, 6’6″ square, white mahogany, four poster bed as well as a pair of French doors leading out onto a lovely covered patio area which in turn leads directly on to the croquet lawn.
Emily - The Emily Manor Room occupies a south facing elevation of the manor house with a lovely window seat overlooking the front terrace with its fountain and over to the croquet lawn. Strikingly decorated in yellow, green and silver the Emily room was totally refurbished in June 2010 and has a fabulous spacious shower room with a rain shower head built into the ceiling and "zebra stripe" tiling on the floor.
The Zip ‘n' Link bed can be configured as one superking sized double bed or as a twin with two single beds.
If you are planning on staying in this room with a child, please let us know their age and gender as we try our hardest to put a suitably sized robe in the room along with the right bedding, such as mermaid Snuggle Sacs for the younger girls, pirate Snuggle Sacs for the younger boys and 'Crash Sacs' for older children. Your child would be sleeping on a fold out, foam, chair bed placed on the carpet.
Louisa - The Louisa Manor Room, contemporarily decorated in blues and browns, is positioned at the front (south facing) side of the manor house and has two windows, each with a large window seat, overlooking the front lawn with its millstone centre piece. Its large, 6′ wide mahogany sleigh bed is complemented by the large bathroom with a double ended spa bath with shower over.
Locally sourced, beautifully cooked and stylishly presented, our dedication to serving consistently excellent food was rewarded with two AA rosettes in 2014.
The culinary team is passionate about serving exquisite dishes brimming with the finest, seasonal ingredients sourced here in this beautiful corner of Cornwall.
The menu is constantly changing. Expect the likes of Fowey River mussels, Cornish lamb, wild sea bass or fillet steak, washed down with the most delectable wines from across the globe.
With an ambience to complement the quality of the cuisine, the dining room is an intimate and magical setting to savour our fine food and wine. Romantically lit by candles and low lighting, a carnival of fresh flowers, beautiful glassware and grand high-backed chairs add to the air of elegance.
Please note, there are only seven tables and we strongly recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment. The restaurant is available for dinner service from Tuesday to Saturday, from 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
Breakfast: Monday - Friday 8am - 10am Saturday - Sunday 8.30am - 10.30am
Dinner 7pm - 9pm, please note that the restaurant in closed for dinner on Sunday and Monday.
Step into the Zento Spa, a haven of wellbeing.
Let the outside world slide away as you embark on a journey to a place of peace and tranquility. Take a dip in the luxurious pool, ease your tensions away in the bubbling waters of the hot tub and discover the bliss of the Zento Room, where a plethora of relaxing and invigorating treatments are available for the wellness of your body and mind.
Whether you're seeking relaxation, pampering or grooming, there's a carefully designed experience to suit. From the Spiezia Signature Treatments, using a fragrant blend of award-winning organic products made in Cornwall, to a vast choice of massages, body wraps and facials, our highly trained therapists promise a heavenly experience to savour. And, for those all-important finishing touches, there's a range of beauty treatments for men and women, from luxury manicures through to lash and brow treatments.
Choose from a range of tempting spa packages and enjoy a two-hour session, a half day or full day in this sublime sanctuary. Or prolong the bliss a little longer by opting for a residential spa break with your friends.
Boscundle Manor Location
Map & Directions
Full parking on site
How to get here
By Car Take the M5 to Exeter, then onto the A30 until just after Bodmin when you take the A391 turning, which heads South and is signposted St. Austell. Continue on this road until you reach a roundabout in Stenalees turn LEFT (do NOT go straight on). At the next mini roundabout turn RIGHT and then STRAIGHT over the next mini roundabout immediately after (do NOT turn left towards the Eden Project). In simple terms, stay on the A391 in the direction of St Austell. You will now be presented with a magnificent view of the sea as you come down into St. Austell Bay as well as 4 roundabouts each about half a mile apart. Go STRAIGHT at ALL the roundabouts and you will then come to a major "T" junction with traffic lights and this is the A390.Turn LEFT onto the A390 (away from St. Austell) and after 300 metres turn left towards Tregrehan (opposite St Austell Garden Centre) and the bottom of our driveway is a further 300 metres on the left. Welcome! By Train Alight from the train at St. Austell station and take a taxi to Boscundle Manor where a typical fare is around £6 and the journey time is approximately 10 minutes.
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Location & Local Attractions
The Eden Project
Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum
Rick Stein Seafood Restaurant
Flambards Adventure Park
Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Cornwall
Goonhilly Earth Station
Lost Gardens of Heligan
St. Michael's Mount
National Maritime Museum
Lanhydrock House (National Trust)St. Ives
Pine Lodge Gardens
Boscundle Manor Reviews
- 7 reviews
- Member since 2014
St Austell, Cornwall, PL25 3RL
Had 4 lovely nights with you. First time down in Cornwall, really enjoyed it.
Everything about Boscundle Manor is fabulous. The venue, location, staff, food, spa, pool, hot tub and tasteful decor throughout. We enjoyed our stay immensely and will definitely visit again and we highly recommend this very special place.
The room was dark and the bathroom was not en-suite, but the bed was the biggest problem, it was so uncomfortable. You could feel all the springs in the mattress, when we told the receptionist the following morning that we had not slept at all she said that there should be a mattress topper and although there was one added for the second night, it was still by far the most uncomfortable bed we have ever slept in. It really spoiled our break.
We had the most pleasant surprise when we arrived at Boscundle Manor. The first impression was lovely, only to be confirmed once we had registered and been taken to our room. The staff were welcoming and very helpful and efficient. We would thoroughly recommend this venue to anyone looking for a relaxing, peaceful break. Thank you to all the staff
I have a walking and balance disability so found the almost complete lack of handrails most upsetting - starting at the "disabled" parking place (very unwelcoming and somewhat daunting). Check-in confusion as told we could not have our chosen, booked, room (with the only walk-in shower). Owner did attend and re-arranged the bookings, but not before there were several more people wanting to check-in. No knowledge of our dinner booking. Bar had no Sherry of any sort and no Dubonnet (excuse was a previous 70th Birthday had drained them). Confusion over amount of 'allowance' for dinner - told £29 pp, whereas our arranged figure was £39 pp. After a brief exchange, £39 was conceded. My wifes' duck was dry and uninteresting, there was a small portion of potato and a few stick beans, my risotto was similarly uninteresting and there was no coffee offered. The walk-in shower IS NOT ! - there is a threshold and step up of several inches. Oh no, no , no, thank you ! The (iced-up) refrigerator contained a miniscule bottle of milk and the television was unwatchable on any independant station. At breakfast in the Conservatory, butter curls already on the table and in danger of melting away. The sun raises the temperature in this room and I would sooner not see the milk already waiting as well. At check-out, told " We're a Listed Building, so don't cater for disabled people as there would be much dificulty in complying. (But there is a disabled parking space
We often drive through North Cornwall en route to Lands end and decided to stay over this time - we will definately stay here again as it was near to some excellent sandy beaches and nice walks. A fairly small hotel but the public rooms and the restuarant were lovely, as was the food