Thank you so very much for a truly lovely stay. Everything so special and beautifully done. What a breakfast! What a view! What warmth and hospitality! Thank you once again. August 2015
Thank you for yet another great stay! July 2017
The best B&B that we have stayed in. Thank you for your hospitality and helpfulness with directions and suggestions for visits. It has been a truly enjoyable stay in marvellous accommodation - the gorgeous weather during our week's stay was an added bonus! June 2013
A beautiful location & the perfect place to stay! Marvellous hosts and the premises immaculate. Many thanks for a great visit and we look forward to seeing you both again. September 2012
Another great stay, wonderful breakfasts, great hospitality. Many thanks, even fantastic weather thrown in! See you again. July 2014
Many thanks for your wonderful hospitality, we have really enjoyed our time here! July 2016
Our 2nd visit. Thanks to Richard & Pauline; we've had a wonderful time and will be back again. April 2013
We have so enjoyed staying at Hunter's Moon! What a little gem we found, almost by accident. Thank you so much for your care and hospitality; we just cannot fault anything. Perfect, spotless, comfortable and beautiful. August 2015
I cannot fault this B&B. It is definitely the best we have ever stayed in. The attention to detail was quite outstanding. Thank you - we hope to be back soon. May 2014
Had a fantastic holiday! Great breakfast, lovely room, and almost perfect weather. Richard & Pauline are the best 'tourist information office' ever!! September 2015
Thank you very much for our lovely 10 days with you again. September 2016
Even Alex Polizzi would struggle to find fault here! excellent and very welcoming. September 2013
Had another fantastic stay. We award gold stars! September 2017
De-luxe accommodation in a lovely spot. We couldn't have been looked after any better, anywhere. Many thanks to you both. July 2012
We've had a very relaxing few days. Richard and Pauline made us feel very welcome and couldn't be more helpful. This is a lovely part of Cornwall, so much to do and see. The Polgooth Inn is excellent, super food and very good value. Thank you. August 2013
What a lovely break! Comfort, excellent breakfasts, nice company and wonderful local knowledge! Thank you Richard & Pauline. September 2014
Once again we had another fantastic stay. The food was excellent and room clean and tidy. Richard & Pauline were, as usual, very informative and knowledgeable of attractions and surrounding areas. They were the perfect hosts (thanks for the great weather) and we hope to come again soon. July 2015

Directions from Exeter and The North

The easiest way to get to us is to take the M5 south to Exeter, then the A30 west. The A38 may also be taken but this is generally busier and slower.

A30 route

Be aware of speed camera signs on the A30, there are definitely two fixed cameras.

  1. From the M5 exit at junction 31 (signed for Bodmin), keep in the two left hand lanes when the carriageways split, this will be for the A30 west (do not take the first exit to the A30 as this goes east and into Exeter town centre.)

  2. Follow the A30 dual carriageway for approximately 65 miles until you reach the lefthand exit signed for St Austell /A391. Continue through Bugle and after Stenalees go straight across the island down a road signed to Carthew. Follow this road for 3 miles; as the road passes through St Austell you will take a sharp right bend and after 200 yards you will come to some traffic lights. Go straight over these, and over the next set. This will bring you out on the A390, turn right for Truro and carry on along the road for a short distance.

  3. Ignore a left hand turning signed to Polgooth and the Golf Course, and continue for a short distance after the road becomes a dual-carriageway until the road forks; take the left hand fork signed to Polgooth and Sticker.

  4. After about half a mile, there is a sharp turn left to Polgooth. Take this road and continue down the hill for about three quarters of a mile - passing Woodgrove Park on right and Bosinver Lane on the left. Soon after Bosinver Lane take a right turn where you see a small white building with a large brown sign to ’Polgooth Village Stores and Cash Machine’ (opposite Stoney Lane).

  5. Go along this narrow road to the ‘T’ junction, the village shop will be ahead of you; turn right, & continue a short distance along the road until you see Chapel Hill signed to your right. Hunter’s Moon is at the top of the hill, on the right hand side.

A38 route

At junction 31 of the M5 join the A38 for approximately 55 miles to Plymouth. Remain on the main road signed for Saltash and Liskeard until you come to a large roundabout where the A390 is signed left for St Austell & Lostwithiel. Follow this road to St Austell until you arrive at a set of multi-traffic islands with the B3273 to Mevagissey signed to your left. You can either carry straight on following signs to Truro on the A390, following directions 3-6 above, or

  1. Turn left towards Mevagissey (B3273) past a small retail park on the right hand side.

  2. After about a mile, you will go into London Apprentice. Just opposite the Kingswood Restaurant there is a sign to the right, to Polgooth - take this road.

  3. Continue straight along this road, it is quite narrow in parts but there are plenty of passing places.

  4. As you arrive in the village, go over a small bridge, past the Polgooth Inn set back on the left and take the next left by the small antiques shop following the brown sign to 'Polgooth Village Stores & Cash Point'.

  5. The road is very narrow by the shop - continue for 100 yards and Chapel Hill is the next turning on the right just after the hairdressers. Hunter’s Moon is at the top of the hill on the right hand side.

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