Bedroom two has superb river views. Decorated in sophisticated gold and burgundy shades the room is furnished with a mahogany sleigh bed and rich dark furniture. The bathroom features a walk through shower with large illuminated shower head and bold Italian mosaic tiles. Adding a further hint of luxury to this room is the terrace affording guests an area in which to dine, relax and listen to the birdsong.
Bedroom 5 overlooks the garden, the beautiful Tresillian River and the wooded banks of the famous Tregothnan Estate which houses Britain's only tea plantation. Decorated in French grey and gold, accented with bold raspberry shades it epitomises eclectic chic.
The brass bed and stylish furniture give this room a glamorous feel.
The dual aspect bathroom has a spacious shower enclosure with large illuminated deluge shower head and his and her sinks which are complimented by the backdrop of Italian mosaic tiles
Bedroom four is located on the first floor and enjoys fabulous views over the Tresillian River. Elegantly decorated in blues and creams the room has a Rococo style cane bed and French style armoire. The perfect for ambience a romantic break.
For the ultimate bathroom experience there is a helix shaped walk in shower with large illuminated deluge shower head, a deep free standing bath positioned in front of the window and a water proof television; giving you the choice of an ultimate showering experience or relaxing bath where you can unwind whilst watching your favourite programme or admiring the magnificent river view.
Bedroom 3 is a standard double room situated on the first floor with views of St Clement church. Smaller and more intimate than our superior rooms yet its character is bold and beautiful. Decorated in contemporary style this room is well suited for business or leisure use
The bathroom exudes relaxation and comfort offering you the choice of a soak in the bath or, equally inviting, an invigorating shower under the large rainwater head.
Bedroom 6 is located on the second floor and has sloping ceilings which gives the room a cosy feel. Decorated in pleasing shades of grey with solid light oak furniture it is suitable for both business and leisure guests. The dormer window affords views which overlook our garden with two ponds, the Tresillian river and the wooded banks of the Tregothnan estate opposite. It has an ensuite shower room.
Room 1 is a ground floor superior bedroom with an additional adjoining room for a third adult or a child. Both rooms have access the the shower room which has a large shower enclosure and bold Italian mosiac floor tiles. Decorated in shades of red and sand with rich mahogany furniture room 1 is a versitile room for families or couples requiring more space. The zip and link super king size bed can also be made up as two single beds transforming the rooms into either a twin or a triple.
The Old Vicarage is a unique award winning guest house located in the picturesque, ancient village of St Clement 1.5 miles from the Cathedral City of Truro. This stylish guest accommodation enjoys stunning views of the beautiful Tresillian River and the wooded banks of the famous Tregothnan Estate beyond. Tregothnan is home to the UKs only tea plantation. Delightful riverside and woodland walks begin through our garden gate.
Dating back to the early 1500s the property was renovated in 2012 incorporating the latest environmental and energy efficient technologies. This has resulted in our six guest bedrooms offering comfortable and stylish accommodation in a quiet, virtually traffic free location.
Breakfast, using mostly local ingredients is cooked to order in our glass fronted, open plan breakfast room over looking the garden.
St Clement is remote enough to be a tranquil idyll away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and yet close to the City of Truro. St Clement is a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, a conservation area and a site of specific scientific interest.
Truro is Cornwall’s one and only city. Truro once thrived as a river port and the prosperity of the late 18th and early 19th century can be seen today in the elegant town houses that line the city’s streets. Centre stage is Truro’s impressive gothic revival cathedral that towers over the town and inside are some of the finest examples of Victorian stained glass in the country. In its shadow a warren of back streets are home to dozens of independent traders selling all you need from funky fashions and cool surf wear to locally made bread and Cornish cheeses.With a year long festival programme, weekly food markets, several art galleries and a plethora of fine eateries Truro is a cultural and culinary gem.
Don't miss The Eden Project, Cornwall's great gardens, coastal walks, beaches, river boat trips and a diverse range of visitor attractions.