The property features eight letting rooms, some of which have king size or four poster beds, and there is one room available for dog owners – alongside eight glamping pods, two lodges, function room, bar and restaurant.
Additionally, there is a large first floor flat with two double bedrooms, living area and kitchenette for the owners alongside extensive grounds amounting to 2.5 acres. Wheal Tor was once home to captain Seccombe, who managed the East Caradon copper and tin mine and guests.
Ed Jefferson from Colliers International’s hotels agency team said the inn offered “diverse” revenue streams from letting rooms to glamping in ‘Hobbit Houses’.
He added: “Wheal Tor draws year-round trade for holidaymakers, walkers and locals. The glamping pods – called Hobbit Houses – offer a double bed, single bed and a camp bed and are ideal for family adventure holidays without all the inconveniences of a tent.”