- Very Good
- 17 guest reviews
"Staff were very friendly and welcoming. I stayed in room 5 which was at the back and positioned directly over the vent from the kitchen, the..."
"This hotel is located in an interesting spot, with quayside location and harbour/ sea views from some bedrooms [not mine] and from the dinin..."
"Excellent hotel with a fantastic location, very friendly staff..."
"The hotel is situated overlooking the harbour area in Charlestown, which gave a great opportunity for a lovely walk along the beach and some..."
"This was my 5th stay at Pier House Hotel and the reason for this is simple: In my opinion the hotel offers the best in accommodation and foo..."
About the hotel
The Pier House Hotel overlooks the picturesque Charlestown Harbour of St. Austell, Cornwall. Charlestown is an unspoilt port, constructed under the orders of Mr.
Charles Rashleigh, who later gave his name to the village. From Charlestown you are able to take a stroll across the cliff tops to nearby Porthpean Beach or wander to Carlyon Bay. There are two beaches close to The Pier House Hotel, where swimming is safe and at low tide the children can enjoy exploring the many rock pools or play on the sand. The Eden Project is only a few miles away and there are also many other gardens to visit. Our hotel bar is a free house, as is our new Harbour Side Inn and both offer some fine ales and a choice of bar meals. We have a new patio with plenty of seating where you can enjoy our food and drink whilst enjoying the scenery. We offer a wide selection of mouth-watering dishes from our á la carte menu and a choice of Chef’s Specials of the day, including many exciting fish courses made from fresh locally caught fish. You can also enjoy a delicious Cornish cream tea. All of our bedrooms are ensuite and have colour television, direct-dial telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. Many rooms have superb sea or harbour views – or both. We have family rooms which will sleep two adults and up to three children. At the Pier House Hotel we look forward to meeting you and ensuring that you enjoy your stay.
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- Meeting Facilities, Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant, Bar
- Car Parking Available Offsite
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88% would recommend it to a friend
Don't stay in room5
Staff were very friendly and welcoming.
I stayed in room 5 which was at the back and positioned directly over the vent from the kitchen, there was a sign saying don't open the two very small windows because of the smell. I didn't open the window but the noise kept me awake and started very early in the morning. The room had no safe but did have a multiplicity of drawers. Breakfast was very well cooked, porridge, full English or kippers. Nice fruit salad, slightly chaotic service, took 15 minutes to take my order and bring me some coffee, only two other tables occupied when I arrived. Lovely view of the sea from the table. staff might need a bit more training.
Great spot for relaxing, people watching and sightseeing.
This hotel is located in an interesting spot, with quayside location and harbour/ sea views from some bedrooms [not mine] and from the dining room.
Hotel bedrooms are being re-furbished, and those completed look lovely. Staff all very nice and friendly. Bathroom towels changed daily. A pleasant sitting room for guests which is useful. Only complaint would be very loud music directly below my bedroom on the Saturday night, which was mentioned when booking, but not how loud it would be - had to turn off bedroom TV as couldn't hear it. However, the music did end before midnight.