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Beautifully and tastefully furnished two bedroom stone cottage set within a small private mews, a short stroll away from the harbour of the historic maritime village of Charlestown. (Ref. 977245)
- Off-road parking
- Ground floor bedroom
7 nights from £575
Easily one of the UK’s most famous attractions, Eden Project is a must-visit when holidaying in Cornwall. With plenty of Eden Project accommodation to offer, you’re sure to find the perfect home from home near this environmentally-friendly phenomenon.
Why visit Eden Project?
This iconic and one-of-a-kind attraction can be found near St Austell. Built within a former china clay mining pit beginning in 1998, the Eden Project was first conceived by Dutch-born Tim Smit. Having previously worked on the Lost Gardens of Heligan near Mevagissey, Smit worked alongside architects and other industry professionals to bring his Biomes of Eden to life.
Pick one of these places to stay near Eden Project and be just a stone’s throw from a natural world of wonder. The two giant biomes at Eden each enjoy their own climate. The Mediterranean Biome mimics the temperatures found in the Mediterranean, South Africa, California and Western Australia. Expect to find olive and cork trees alongside vines, giant citrons and aloe veras, with the terrace restaurant in here too for a balmy evening of wining and dining.
The second biome is a Rainforest Biome, allowing you to experience tropical South America or Southeast Asia with a hot and humid climate. Explore the canopy walk, Malaysian hut and paddy field, a stunning waterfall and even banana trees.
With over 20 acres of gardens to wander too, there’s plenty of reasons to book accommodation near Eden Project. Not only will gardening and plant enthusiasts want to ensure they see all there is across this huge attraction, but there are also several thrilling adventure activities here too, including England’s longest zip wire, a three-storey free-fall jump, and a giant swing!
Things to do near Eden Project
Cottages near the Eden Project are also perfect for visiting a host of must-see attractions and places. The beautiful Roseland Heritage Coast offers an abundance of coastline to explore, beginning just below the village of Porthpean and continuing south to Falmouth. The Porfell Wildlife Park & Sanctuary is a wonderful day out and lies not far from Lostwithiel, a charming town with a wealth of heritage. Whether you choose from the cottages near Eden Project, or go for something further afield, this spectacular place is well worth a visit.
Types of holidays near to the Eden Project
Coming in a range of styles, these holiday cottages near Eden Project can cater to a host of requirements. Families seeking a large property in Cornwall for all to come along can find a wide selection. For something a little more rustic, bring your loved ones on a holiday to a log cabin or lodge. If you love a bit of pampering, why not go for a lodge or log cabin with a hot tub?
Make unforgettable memories at your cottage near Eden Project with Cornish Cottage Holidays.