Tuesday, 17 January 2012

Premier Inn announces £5.9 million investment in Camborne

Premier Inn has announced it is set to open a new hotel and restaurant development in Camborne, bringing a total of 41 new jobs to the area. The new Table Table restaurant, named Trevithick Inn and Premier Inn hotel will be opening on Treswithian Road in January 2012 - injecting a total investment of £5.9 million into the local economy.

In line with Premier Inn's parent company Whitbread's long term commitment to the conservation of the environment, the new site will incorporate a number of key green initiatives. Efficient under floor heating will be incorporated in the Trevithick Inn to avoid the need for radiators; solar PV panels will provide electricity and electric car charging points will be installed in the car park. Similarly, LED lighting will be fitted in the reception and restaurant to reduce electricity consumption.

The Trevithick Inn Table Table - as named by Lee Misselbrook of Falmouth - will aim to serve top quality pub food in a great environment. Classic dishes on offer include hand battered fish and chips, as well as current favourites such as chicken fajitas. There will also be a new selection of desserts available including profiteroles and the indulgent chocolate pecan tart. Customers can take advantage of main meals from Monday to Friday between the hours of 11.30am until 6.30pm, with guests being able to add a starter or dessert for a small fee.

The adjoining Premier Inn will feature 65 bedrooms and will cater for up to two adults and two children (aged 15 and under). Each room includes an en-suite bathroom with shower and bath, a comfortable king-size bed, remote control TV with Freeview, tea and coffee making facilities and a spacious desk area with internet access.

David Murdin, Whitbread Restaurants Marketing Director, said: "We are delighted to bring a new hotel and restaurant to Camborne and we can't wait to welcome our guests to the Trevithick Inn Table Table restaurant and Premier Inn in January."  

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