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Tamarind by Elegant hotel

St Austell, United...
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Tamarind by Elegant hotel

We are staying at this hotel for 10 days next month. It's in the Paynes Bay Area. Is it safe to walk out to restaurants at night - what is the area like with regards to safety. Thanks to anyone who can help

Guildford, England
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563 posts
7 reviews
1. Re: Tamarind by Elegant hotel

We have stayed at Tamarind and felt quite safe walking around at night, its a lovely walk on the beach around there in the moon light......however take usual precautions you would at home, walk together and keep your eyes open, biggest danger is on the pavements, they are all over the place and its quite a busy road. Cariba is walking distance and a lovely restaurant not too expensive, Daphnes is literally a 2 minute beach walk and on the beach plus of course the cliff is walking distance easily.

Castleknock, Ireland
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738 posts
23 reviews
2. Re: Tamarind by Elegant hotel

Tamarind is in paynes bay and this should be a safe area for you. Take the usual precautions and as a previous poster stated the road outside your hotel is small and the pavements good in parts terrible in other parts. Buses right outside your door will take u anywhere for bds 2 and they are great fun also. Lots of restaurants within walking and more available on a five minute bus ride

3. Re: Tamarind by Elegant hotel

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