Creed House Bed & Breakfast

Creed House Bed & Breakfast

Statue on a windowsill in Creed HouseCreed House was built around 1730, originally as a Rectory. The house sits in five acres of beautiful gardens, a stone’s throw away from Creed church and the peaceful Golden Valley.

It has historic links with the discovery of Titanium by William Gregor in the late Eighteenth century.

Now the home of Jonathon and Annabel Croggon and their family, it is an elegant and wonderfully tranquil place to base yourself for a visit to Cornwall and the Roseland Peninsula.

Between Truro and St Austell, just four miles from the south coast and only fifteen minutes from the A30, Creed House is an ideal central base from which to discover Cornwall. Whether you come to visit the wealth of wonderful gardens in Cornwall or walk stunning coastal paths, we are sure you will find us a good base for a short weekend break or a luxury holiday location.

The Roseland has some excellent restaurants, catering for all budgets, from good pub food to the very best in gastronomic experiences.