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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 33
  • £69 - £89 per room per night

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The County Arms is a traditional Cornish Inn, serving award-winning St Austell Brewery Ales and home-cooked food and enjoys beautiful countryside views.

The County Arms offers the ideal location from which to explore the rest of Cornwall. On the North coast beaches at St Agnes and Perranporth are great for families and water-sports and on the South coast the Roseland peninsula, an area of outstanding natural beauty, boasts charming villages such as St Mawes and Portscathoe. Falmouth, a bustling yachting and working port, is home to the National Maritime Museum with an array of pubs, shops and restaurants as well as great family beaches it is well worth a visit.

We offer modern, well equipped function facilities which are perfect for business meetings or family celebrations.

The Inn offers 33 top quality bedrooms, providing all the amenities you would expect from a hotel, modern en-suites, air-conditioning, luxury Vi-Spring mattresses, flat-screen televisions, useful workspace and tea and coffee making facilities. Inter-connecting rooms, sofa-beds and cots make provision for family visits and two of the bedrooms have been designed for those with disabilities. Some Superior bedrooms at the rear of the property have Juliette balconies overlooking the wooded valley.

We offer comfortable, air-conditioned, and spacious bedrooms, with King sized beds, and en-suite facilities.

- Breakfast is served from 7 – 9 am and between 8 – 10 am on weekends
- Luxurious Vi-Spring beds
- Individual air conditioning and heating controls
- Hair dryer
- Desk work station with free WIFI
- Complimentary tea and coffee making facilities
- Flat screen television
- Iron and ironing board on request
- Free parking

The central mid-peninsula location makes this the perfect stopover for business trips and leisure breaks in Truro and Cornwall. The County Arms is in close proximity to the Royal Cornwall and Duchy hospitals, Truro College, County Hall and the Train station.

The warm and welcoming Inn has a relaxed and informal atmosphere and there is an outside decked area overlooking amazing views of the valley. You can sit back, relax and enjoy the beautiful backdrop whilst savouring a home-cooked meal, washed down with an award-winning St Austell Brewery Ale or a glass of carefully selected wine.

Food is available throughout the day, serving traditional pub food, imaginative daily-changing specials and breakfast options to suit all different appetites.

 Please note: Breakfast is not included in the price.

Ratings

  • B&B Enjoy England 4 Star
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National Rating
Visit England
4 * rating
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    Double or Twin En-Suite 

    Double/Twin
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £89 per room per night

All 33 bedrooms provide the amenities that you would expect; modern en-suites, convenient work space, flat-screen televisions, refreshments tray and high quality mattresses that promise a good nights’ sleep. 

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    Superior Double En-Suite 

    Superior
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £99 per room per night

Our Superior rooms offer a bit more space than our standard double rooms. All 33 bedrooms provide the amenities that you would expect; modern en-suites, convenient work space, flat-screen televisions, refreshments tray and high quality mattresses that promise a good nights’ sleep.

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    Double En-Suite 

    Accessible Room
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    Sleeps 2
  • From £89 per room per night

Two of our bedrooms have been designed for those with disabilities and have wet rooms. All 33 bedrooms provide the amenities that you would expect; modern en-suites, convenient work space, flat-screen televisions, refreshments tray and high quality mattresses that promise a good nights’ sleep. 

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The County Arms is ideally located within a 10 – 15 minute walk of the town centre, train station, Royal Cornwall and Duchy hospitals, County Hall and Truro College.

Conveniently situated on the A390, it is the perfect base for visiting the Roseland, St Austell and Falmouth and is only a 10 minute drive from the A30 with easy access to West and North Cornwall and Newquay Airport.

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