- 19 guest reviews
"The location of the Britannia is good for visiting Par and Fowey. The food and service in the restaurant was excellent. Rooms very warm and..."
"My partner and myself stayed in the suite 1 first impressions was the room clean and tidy and looked very nice, The suite was at the very to..."
"We stayed for the night to visit Eden Project and had a very comfortable stay. We were well looked after and the staff were lovely...."
"Spent a longish weekend to see the Eden Project and had Britannia as a base. So friendly when we got there, the place was busy but not overl..."
"Lovely staff, great room. Excellent value for money. Recommended. Arrived very late and very helpful staff...."
About the hotel
The family owners and their friendly team welcome you to experience The Britannia Inn & Waves Restaurant to celebrate 30 years of entertaining patrons from the new to the long serving and the young to the young at heart. Situated on the main A390 road between the towns of St. Austell and St.
Blazey we are often used as a landmark and perfectly located for the world famous Eden Project (5 mins drive), Carlyon Bay Golf Course (5 mins drive) and an array of fabulous Cornish beaches and historic harbours and ports ( 5 mins drive). On your arrival the well presented 16th Century Listed Building and it's well kept large car park (inc disabled parking) plus our secluded gardens will pleasantly greet you. Offering something and bespoke areas for everyone has been key over the years and we look forward to making your visit enjoyable, comfortable and Memorable in equal measures. Refurbished early 2012 to a high standard we have created 7 spacious and stylish comfortable guest rooms with kingsize beds, natural oak finished furniture, high quality Bathroom suites, 32" flat screen tv's and much more- fantastic breakfasts await you in the morning when chosen. Boasting three different dining areas to suit all tastes where on the menu you will find good honest homemade Pub food from Cornish steaks, battered cod & chips, traditional pies and stews and various snacks for the lighter appetite. The chefs specials change daily and offer dishes such as fresh scallops to local Seabass and fillet steak medallions to roasted belly pork. Our delicious sunday carvery is very popular and vegetarian dishes and special dietary requests are also catered for. At the bar you can sit back and enjoy the benefit a Freehouse has to offer with a broad range of ales, wines and spirits plus occasional live music and televised sports. Or get away from it all in the lounge bar with a coffee, cake and newspaper infront of the fire. Wifi is free & available in all areas.
Showing Wednesday 10 February 2016 to Thursday 11 February 2016Change Search
- Wedding Licence
- Car parking available onsite , Airport Shuttle
- Meeting Facilities , Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Restaurant , Bar
- Family friendly
- Children's Facilities - Indoor
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- From 15:00 hours
- Until 10:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
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89% would recommend it to a friend
An excellent B&B
The location of the Britannia is good for visiting Par and Fowey.
The food and service in the restaurant was excellent. Rooms very warm and clean. We would certainly stay again.
My partner and myself stayed in the suite 1 first impressions was the room clean and tidy and looked very nice, The suite was at the very top of the hotel in the roof area, When I entered the room I noticed that there was a fan then it came apparent that there was no air conditioning in the room which we found out being in the roof area the room got very hot and the only thing you could open was the velux window in the roof which could not be opened when it's raining.
The days we stayed the weather was not good and the temp out side was around 20c but the room was very warm which made the our stay uncomfortable in the nights, Also we found that the TV would not work when it was raining which is something they need to sort out, also they advertise free wifi in all suite rooms which we found also was temperamental and also would not work in the when it was raining, When I asked a member of staff about the wifi they told me due to the walls being so thick the signal strength is not good and the weather effects the signal, One of the reasons I picked the hotel was the fact that they have free wifi, I believe that they need to sort the issue out with the TV signal and the wifi as you are not getting the full service you paid for