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The Aramay

Quay Road, St Agnes TR5 0RP England
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#4 of 9 B&Bs in St Agnes
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The Aramay is a quietly sophisticated licensed boutique bed & breakfast nestling beside a stream in a peaceful wooded valley. The five luxury en-suite rooms have been finished to a high standard to make your stay relaxed, comfortable and enjoyable. Offering understated elegance and personal service in an intimate and friendly atmosphere, the Aramay is perfectly positioned just a few minutes walk from the centre of St Agnes village and the beach at Trevaunance Cove.
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Marc wrote a review Oct 2017
London, United Kingdom134 contributions22 helpful votes
Stayed here some time ago now and would love to come again. Secluded and lovely inside, this hotel offers easy access to the lovely cove just down the road. A real find and well worth the trip. Beautiful and interesting rooms.
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Date of stay: November 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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AliSS999 wrote a review Sept 2012
Southampton, United Kingdom5 contributions5 helpful votes
We stayed in room 1, we had a comfy 4 poster bed, gorgeous tea/coffee/shortbread bits, fantastic bath, with an even better shower. The breakfasts really were awesome, as we're the staff, some of the bits could do with a bit of maintainence such as the towel mat if I'm going to be picky, but would definitely recommend. St Agnes is a really lovely little spot with fantastic coastal walks and the aramay is in a fantastic location in st Agnes. Well worth a visit.
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Date of stay: August 2012Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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BouBali wrote a review Jul 2012
Singapore109 contributions100 helpful votes
We stayed in Room 5, which was luxuriously appointed. A very comfortable bed and deep bath with plenty of hot water and top notch toiletries - it was wonderful to come back from a walk and enjoy a soak whilst the coffee brewed in your own cafetiere. Yes, the rooms are small as others have said and someone large might have difficulty moving around in the bathroom. Breakfast from 8.30 to 11 is freshly cooked to order with lovely coffee made to your choice and juices although I was surprised that fruit was not offered in addition to a cooked breakfast. I think because of the price (£125 per night), expectations of Aramay are high. A few minor issues... the slippers that Aramay's website says are provided in every room were not in evidence while the veggie sausages were burnt on each morning. I think the latter might be due to the fact that Aramay at breakfast time is often staffed by youngsters who sleep in and appear to have jjust woken up. This marks a departure from the traditional couple-run or family-run B&B. The location is great and we definitely return. We had been eyeing Room 1 for our return trip however, are unsure whether to book this is it smells musty.
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Room Tip: Room 5 has a full bath with shower above
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Richard W wrote a review Jul 2012
Manchester, United Kingdom12 contributions18 helpful votes
We stayed two nights in Room 1. We loved The Aramay and would definitely recommend that people stay there. However the room smelt very musty. Okay the weather has been bad but you don't expect a room to smell musty in July.
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Room Tip: We would definitely return but would choose a room on the first rather than ground floor given...
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Anne_and_IanKent wrote a review Jul 2012
Kent20 contributions26 helpful votes
We stayed for two nights in July in room 1. The room was spotless, the bed very comfortable, staff very welcoming and helpful and the breakfast very good. The location is also pefect as there are several restaurants and pubs within walking distance and beaches also close by. We particularly liked the fact that breakfast was served until 11am, very unusual to not be 'under pressure' to make it to breakfast for 9am! We would definitely return.
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Date of stay: July 2012
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Tessa710 wrote a review Jun 2012
Truro, United Kingdom3 contributions1 helpful vote
I stayed here on the eve of my wedding and my wedding night, the bridal party took over the whole establishment and it couldn't have been better, Amie (the owner) was very accommodating and made sure we had a hearty breakfast before the big day. The place was spotless and very comfortable, the perfect spot to wake up married. I would definitely stay here again.
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Date of stay: June 2012
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lovethebeachweather wrote a review May 2012
Arlington, Virginia73 contributions76 helpful votes
We (couple 42, no kids, no pets, well traveled) stayed in room number 1 on the main floor. The decor was very funky and fresh. Everyone is using the word funky and it's hard to describe how it is funky - accessories and colors were out of the ordinary. The room is small. The bed and linens were very comfy. There is an excellent rainshower with lots of power (certainly not always the case!). The location is excellent, close walk to restaraunts. PRIVATE CAR PARK. Don't go anywhere without one of these! Room had bathrobe and slippers, a plus. In-room coffee and tea. In-room safe under the bed. Helpful but rarely seen owners/operators. Modern breakfast room for guests which includes expresso drinks! Food was great. Despite first floor location, room was quiet as entrance and stairs are carpeted. This is well worth a stay. I only give a 4 on the room because it was small but definitely mangeable.
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Date of stay: April 2012
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Room Tip: I've read that the yellow room is very, very small. Room 1 was small but doable.
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andrew g wrote a review Apr 2012
Chiclana de la Frontera, Spain64 contributions25 helpful votes
We stayed in the Aramay for 3 nights at the end of March 2012. We agreed to pay £105 a night for Room 2, aware, from the photos and reviews, that it is the smallest guest room. Unfortunately the other 3 were already booked. Amie cheerfully checked us in and indeed Room 2 is very cramped and should really be advertised as a single room. As you arrive down a steep narrow drive the Aramay's rather worn exterior belies the smart and quirky interior. Down to the smallest detail one can see that imagination and money has been spent. Though the room was a disappointment - there is nowhere to sit apart from the bed, and no views from the mostly frosted smallish window - the breafast is very good indeed. It is taken in the one public room - a spacious conservatory - where at one end there is also a sofa and large flat-screen TV. When a number of guests come down in the morning at the same time one has to be patient, everything from the impressively long list is cooked to order. But it's worth the wait. All the food including the freshly squeezed iced orange juice (served by the most charming girl Rosie) would have even Michael Winner enthusing. St Agnes is not a particularly attractive town and the price we paid for a room that size is on the steep side but as a base for visiting the more popular (and crowded) Cornish resorts the Aramay is well worth considering.
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Date of stay: March 2012
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Nicnjohn wrote a review Feb 2012
Biddulph, United Kingdom160 contributions106 helpful votes
The location of this B & B was prefect for us as we like to be able to stroll to the beach every day and we could do this in just 5 minutes. Our room was beautifully decorated in a funky and modern way with all the added extras and each morning we enjoyed the lovely breakfasts with plenty of choice in the cute little breakfast room. The owner was really helpful with good knowledge of the area and got us a restaurant booking even tough it was a busy Saturday night!
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Date of stay: September 2011
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Sam T wrote a review Jan 2012
Vienna, Austria11 contributions4 helpful votes
We were a bit late arriving but got a nice welcome from Amie. The rooms aren't the biggest but are very nice, decorated to a high standard and very clean. Breakfast was excellent, freshly prepared and really yummy! Located in a great spot, just a few minutes walk from the villlage and not from from the beach.
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Date of stay: January 2012
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Aramay
Which popular attractions are close to The Aramay?
Nearby attractions include Blue Hills Tin Streams (0.2 miles), Churchtown Arts (0.2 miles), and Barkla Shop (0.2 miles).
Is parking available at The Aramay?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Aramay?
Conveniently located restaurants include Cafe Q, The Taphouse, and The Peterville Inn.
Is The Aramay located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.2 miles away from the centre of St Agnes.
Are there any historical sites close to The Aramay?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Wheal Coates Tin Mine (1.5 miles), Cornwall Gold (4.6 miles), and Goonbell Wheal Liberty Viaduct (1.1 miles).