Innis Inn and Campsite
Great Food, Local Beers and Friendly Atmosphere!
The Innis Inn B&B and campsite offers a great site ideal to explore the local area and attractions. On site pub with B&B accommodation serving delicious simple food, local beers and ales and topped off with a friendly family atmosphere. What more could you want?
Less than a mile from our site. Easily walkable it has amazing real life domes. Concert sessions in season and Ice skating rink during winter. There is also Sky Wire that intrepid people can use that travels right over the top of the domes.
At Charles town Tall Ship repair harbour steeped in history. A beautiful local attraction well worth a visit
Uncovered years ago, the Lost Gardens of Heligan are an amazing botanical experience
Surrounding the Cornish town of St Austell and its neighbouring villages is a landscape well known for its clay tips and pits, created by the 250 year old clay mining industry. This striking and dramatic scenery, visible from distances of many miles, has been made more accessible by the development of trails for walking, cycling and horse riding.
Cornwall's miles of scenic clay trails were first opened in March 2005 and new trails have continued to be made available, enabling visitors to enjoy this unique area of Cornwall. Discover these quiet pathways and enjoy the beauty and sense of peace they offer.
The surface of the trails are mainly gravel, easy for walking and cycling and most are suitable for horse riding. Trails and pathways can also be used by electric 'mobility' scooters, making beautiful areas of Cornwall previously inaccessible,available to a wider group of outdoor enthusiasts. If you are using a mobility scooter you will need to have someone with you in some areas, as there are some heavy gates to open on parts of the trails. Most trails are suitable for mobility scooters.
Trails have been organised into four main routes which cover a variety of terrain. In addition this site includes the Pentewan Trail, the old railway route down which clay was transported to the quay at Pentewan. The St Austell Trail is the link trail from St Austell town. It runs alongside Bodmin Road, and is the shortest trail, connecting with both the Wheal Martyn trail to Eden and the Wheal Martyn China Clay Country Park. This is an accessible route for people of all ages to enjoy. The Start/ End of the St Austell Trail is in Tremena Gardens St Austell.
-Family run quiet level site.
-30 Caravan Pitches, 20 with Electrical Hookup.
-Shower and toilet block, including disabled
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This page was last updated: 25 May 2015