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Redruth, England, United Kingdom
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Penventon Park Hotel
8.3 Excellent
West End, Redruth, United Kingdom
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0.6 mi from city centre, Redruth, ENG, United Kingdom 
ExcellentBased on 1,302 reviews
8.3

Just 10 minutes' walk from Redruth Railway Station, Penventon Park Hotel has an accessible setting, making it an ideal base when visiting Redruth. Some of the popular features on offer at this luxury 4-star hotel are an indoor pool, a Jacuzzi and free Wi-Fi.

The Cedars B&B
9.7 Excellent
22 Church Street, Redruth, United Kingdom
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1.8 mi from city centre, Redruth, ENG, United Kingdom 
ExcellentBased on 367 reviews
9.7

The Cedars B and B provides a charming setting while in Redruth. It is conveniently positioned for guests wishing to discover the area's attractions.

Cliff House Bed and Breakfast
Cliff House, Redruth, United Kingdom
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3.4 mi from city centre, Redruth, ENG, United Kingdom 

Cliff House Bed and Breakfast Portreath offers 3-star accommodation in Portreath. It also features wireless internet.

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About Redruth

Located on the old London to Land’s End trunk road, Redruth is a historic market town in the heart of Cornwall. In the 18th century, it flourished with the demand for copper ore to fuel the Industrial Revolution and grew into a hub for one of Britain’s largest mining regions.

Things to do in Redruth

In the heart of Redruth is Murdoch House, a Grade II-listed building erected in the 17th century as a chapel and later became a prison. It was here that William Murdoch lived from 1782 to 1798 while building engines for the local tin and copper mines. Now beautifully restored, the house hosts meetings of the Redruth Old Cornwall Society and lies alongside the peaceful St Rumon's Gardens.

On the edge of Redruth is Kresen Kernow, which houses the world's largest collection of documents and photographs related to Cornwall's history. It was designed by the renowned architectural firm Purcell and incorporates the historic buildings of the old Redruth Brewery. A highlight of the collection is the Tregellas Tapestries, which depict the region’s past through embroidery.

While exploring Redruth, you can’t miss the two-metre-tall bronze statue of a Cornish miner created by artist David Annand. To learn more about the area’s mining heritage, head to the East Pool Mine, a National Trust-run property that operated from the early 18th century until 1945. It preserves two beam engines and a towering shaft chimney, which watches over the Industrial Discovery Centre.

Getting around Redruth

Redruth is just over an hour’s drive from Plymouth and a little under two hours from Exeter Airport, which has flights to destinations across Europe. Regular trains connect to the Redruth railway station and buses travel through the town. The centre of Redruth is compact enough to explore on foot.

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  • What are the best hotels in Redruth?

    1,302 reviews rated Penventon Park Hotel with an average score of 8.3/10. It may also be worth looking into the Inn For All Seasons, which received a rating of 7.9/10 from 553 reviews. Tricky's Hotel could also be a good option, with a score of 7.8/10 from 803 reviews.