Edens Yard Backpackers, 17 Tregrehan Mills, St. Austell, Cornwall, PL25 3TL
Welcome to this quirky, Camino inspired hostel just a short leafy lane from the Eden Project. Facilities at this comfortably converted stable yard include free wifi, mixed bunk rooms and a communal lounge. Self-caterers are always welcome in the courtyard kitchen. A simple DIY toasty breakfast is available, alternatively cooked food is available on request.
The hostel is in Garker Hamlet inland of St Austell bay, 2 miles from the Northwest Coast Path at Carlyon Bay and less than two miles off the ancient Saints Way pilgrimage trail. National Cycle routes 2 and 3 converge close to the gate less than 60 miles from Lands End. St. Austell and Par mainline railway stations are both nearby providing easy access to Newquay, Truro and onwards to Penzance and Falmouth.
Edens Yard can accommodate cars by prior arrangement.This accommodation is featured on our map of Devon, Cornwall and the West Country and here is its own website.
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April to mid October (inclusive). Arrive between 4pm and 10pm.
Book by phone or enquire by email.
Neal or Julia
Cars only by prior arrangement please phone for directions
Trains to St Austel or Par. Take bus from St Austal to Eden Project and short walk to hostel. Pickup from train station available for £5.
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“…quirky, Camino inspired…”
Al the facilities at Eden’s Yard Backpacker’s (St. Austell, Cornwall) open, through stable doors, off a communal central yard. This leads to a friendly, oddball, communal-living vibe.
They describe themselves as ‘quirky and Camino inspired’. Now, I don’t know what ‘camino’ means but judging by the social media reviews (a good solid 5-stars) it means open air living; good hospitality and a laid back atmosphere. They welcome individuals or groups and can provide cooked food on request.
You know what Cornwall has to offer: great countryside, surfing, the Eden Project. This hostel draws a little from all those things and cooks up a cool slice of Cornwall. The Eden Project itself is just over there; St. Austell is close by; the ancient Saints Way pilgrimage trail is near and National Cycle routes 2 and 3 converge close to the gate.
Welcome to wild Kernow (that’s Cornwall to most of us!) as summer draws on… thank you so much to our recent guest Steve Mitchell for helping to capture a little of it on Camera.
Are you joining us for the Eden Project Marathon or half Marathon on October 16th? Book a comfy bed for those hard working legs now.