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RESTAURANT/BAR OPENING HOURS

Open Monday to Saturday from 6.30pm, last food orders at 8.45pm.

 

Sundays: In the winter months we are closed on Sundays.In the summer we are only open to residents.

 

​Booking advised.

Private functions may lead to restaurant closure so please book to avoid disappointment

 

 

ADDRESS

The Waterwheel Inn

Bodmin Road

Trethowel

St Austell

Cornwall

PL25 5RR



Telephone: 01726 67435

Email:Please use the contact form on the 'Location' page.

www.thewaterwheel.co.uk





January 28, 2018

Over a year has gone by and so much has happened. The new extension was finished by the beginning of the summer and we have some lovely new rooms including our beautiful King Garden Rooms which are either ground floor with patio area or upstairs with Juliette balconies...

November 24, 2016

Our extension is on its way! Not without some hiccoughs but I suppose it would be naive of us to expect otherwise. Currently the car park looks.................well, like a building site! The finished article should be ready sometime in the spring and will have additio...

September 21, 2016

We started building the pond in April. Chris (CT Landscapes) got it started on Day 1 and then I took over  for the following six days and began to dream of digging every night! It took the same amount of time to fill it from our spring but on day one we had newts takin...

June 20, 2015

 Mark and Francesca got married in the Gazebo they made and the garden they created. A very special day!

 

November 20, 2014

On November the 2nd we went down to Mennacuddle Well to commemorate the 100 year memorial for Lieutenant Richard Charles Sawle who died in Ypres. His father gave the chapel/well house and the surrounding land to the people of St Austell and it is a beautiful if slightl...

November 20, 2014

We had great fun on a hired mini digger in October digging out the path under the cliff and putting in supporting gabions. What we did not expect was for water to suddenly come pouring out of the cliff, quickly making the earth into a muddy swamp. Fortunately the sourc...

August 13, 2014

Vast numbers of toadlets and froglets have successfully left the ponds and are literally everywhere! Whenever we have to dig a post hole we have to relocate a few and walking down the garden to the Holy Well is a minefield (or amphibianfield!). Slugs and snails beware!...

May 18, 2014

I was pretty excited about the frog tadpoles which are now pretty big which were relocated from the wildlife pond and are now thriving in the new pond. Even more excited to see eight newts in the bottom of the same pond. Now my excitement can hardly be contained (I don...

May 18, 2014

The Cornish hedgerows in May are the best in the world and I don't care if anyone thinks me biased! Bluebells, campion, stitchwort, ferns and some form of celandine I think. Just beautiful!

April 9, 2014

So, the concrete is down and we have brought out the tree ferns from the poly tunnel where they were over wintering. The 4m tree ferns that were planted at the end of the summer last year have survived and are throwing up new fronds already. They were caged in bubble w...

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