|• Six minutes walk from the train and bus station.
• On street parking available.
• Two minutes walk to the Isles of Scilly booking office
Rotterdam House is a small, friendly Bed & Breakfast establishment situated at the seaward end of Chapel Street next to St. Mary's church. Once called Rotterdam Buildings and built around 1760, was the home of Thomas and Anne Branwell (nee Carne) and daughter Maria Branwell. Later, Maria travelled to Yorkshire and met the Reverend Patrick Bronte who she married and became the parents of the novelists Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte.
It is central to all amenities, including Heliport and Isles of Scilly Steamship booking offices and the Eden Project in St. Austell
Please find out about Rotterdam and environs by clicking on the various pictures and links to other interesting sites
Find out about the port of Rotterdam by clicking on the picture.
Rotterdam aims at being environmentally friendly. Want to know more? Click on the leaf.
Rotterdam is more that just a city
Take a 360 degrees with your left mouse button down. Look at the modern skyline of Rotterdam Click here for a Quick Time VR clip picturing the city of Rotterdam as seen from the Rotterdam World Trade Centre Got no QT player? Tough luck.