St AustellCopyright Tom Jolliffe

The port of St Austell and its surrounding area made England’s pottery industry thanks to the clay mined here, one legacy of that work the nearby Eden Project, another the Wheal Martin China Clay Museum. And there’s a brewery... Read More

St Austell Events

April
Easter at Heligan
Spring Celebration Bulb Festival
May
Rhododendron & Camellia Celebration
Spring Celebration
June
Charity Concert
Mevagissey Fest Week
The Eden Sessions
July
The Eden Sessions
September
Cornwall Walk
December
Cornish Christmas Evenings
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Hotels in St Austell - 47 places to stay

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Porth Avallen Hotel

Porth Avallen Hotel

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With our 28 well appointed en-suite rooms we are the best kept secret in Cornwall. Our spectacular cliff top location and 180 degree sea view over St Austell Bay, makes ... More

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Elms B&B

Elms B&B
The Elms B&B is a magnificent Georgian style House dating back to the 1920's, many of the fine original features have been lovingly maintained including wooden panels and old radiators and King Size four poster ... More | visit website
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T'Gallants Guesthouse

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T'Gallants Guesthouse is situated in the historic port of Charlestown, near St. Austell, in Cornwall. Charlestown is a Conservation Area of special local importance. A mile away is the town of St Austell with it's ... More | Double Room: From £60 | visit website
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White Hart Hotel

White Hart Hotel

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In the heart of St.Austell stands a grand Georgian hotel offering 17 en-suite rooms all recently refurbished to a high standard, yet most of the original features from the 18th ... More

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Cliff Head

Cliff Head

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Located along a private road, a short distance from the A38, the Cliff Head hotel is close to gorgeous sandy beaches and coves. Offering the guest comfort, peace and tranquility, the hotel ... More | Double Room: £55 - £60

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The Cornwall Hotel, Spa & Estate

The Cornwall Hotel, Spa & Estate

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The Cornwall Estate is 43 acres of woodland and parkland and comprises of a 65 luxurious bedroom hotel which embraces a 19th century manor house that has been fully restored, 22 woodland ... More

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Pier House Hotel & Restaurant

Pier House Hotel & Restaurant
The Pier House Hotel is situated on the picturesque harbour of Charlestown with stunning views of the port and coastline of St Austell bay. It has been a hotel since 1920 and now incorporates the ... More | Double Room: From £95 | visit website
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Carlyon Bay Hotel

Carlyon Bay Hotel

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With a magnificent cliff-top location and stunning sea views, this refined 4-star hotel boasts AA Rosette-winning cuisine, an 18-hole championship golf course and an exclusive spa. During their stay, guests can unwind ... More

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Boscundle Manor

Boscundle Manor

Boscundle Manor is a small country house hotel in a beautiful setting with luxury accommodation and extensive facilities. The grounds total over eight acres with practice golf holes, old tin mine remains and both indoor ... More | Double Room: £60.00 | visit website

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Tremarne Hotel

Tremarne Hotel

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This small Hotel is in a beautiful and peaceful location, next to the South West Coastal Path - within walking distance of the idyllic fishing village of Mevagissey and Portmellon ... More

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