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From the A30 take the A391 St Austell road. At the bottom of the hill at the junction with the A390, take the left hand lane at traffic lights for about half a mile. At the roundabout by the Britannia Inn take the 2nd exit into ar Moor Rd A3082. East Crinnis is just over half a mile on the left hand side. From Plymouth, take the A38 to Liskeard. At Dobwalls roundabout turn onto the A390 to St Austell. Stay on this road until you pass the Britannia Inn. Take first exit into Par moor Road A 3082( do not turn off A390 before this point)
East Crinnis is an ideal location to explore the whole of Cornwall and we're on hand to recommend great days out and special events of interest; On the door step is the world famous Eden Project, just under 2miles away.
The Southwest coastal footpath is 5/10 minutes away with a walk through the woods to the track leading to the cliff path and also Fisherman's Point at the the end of the Carlyon Bay beaches. From here you can also walk to Charlestown- the home of the tall sailing ships, restaurants, pubs, galleries and shops. A plant centre and restaurant serving local produce is 5 minutes walk away The Cornish Market World and the Britannia Inn are 10/15minutes walk We are well based to explore Cornwall with The Lost Gardens of Heligan just a short drive away
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