St AustellCopyright Tom Jolliffe


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Tel code: 01726 | code search
Postcode: PL25 | code search
Population: 23000
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Birthplace of:
John Colenso
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Folk Customs:
Cornish Midsummer Bonfires
Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
Padstow 'Obby 'Oss
Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
Tom Bawcock's Eve

St Austell Events

Easter at Heligan
Spring Celebration Bulb Festival

Rhododendron & Camellia Celebration
Spring Celebration

Charity Concert
Mevagissey Fest Week
The Eden Sessions

The Eden Sessions

Cornwall Walk

Cornish Christmas Evenings
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Latest reviews

East Meets West
"The poor quality food is only beaten by the staff attitude. To be fair when our waitress was fine, but when we complained to the 'manager' he couldn't care ..." More

Waterwheel (The)
"We passed the restaurant on our way into St Austell and decided to go back and have a meal. In my daughters words "it's official, this is the best ..." More

Bugle Inn
"General review: A pleasant experience

Date visited: 2010-08-05 ..." More

St Austell Reviews (27)

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Latest reviews | Events in St Austell | 10 Places to Stay

St Austell is one of Cornwall’s bustling towns famed for it’s mining past, and in the 18th Century for the discovery of China Clay, which changed the town forever. A visit to the Wheal Martyn China Clay Museum is a true insight into the history of this industry, housed in a Clay Works with interesting exhibits and even a working water wheel. Of course no visit would be complete without seeing the ‘Eden Project’ with it’s unusual landscape of the Biomes. St Austell Brewery originally founded in 1851, is the biggest brewery in Cornwall, why not take a tour and see the production of ales, made to a Medieval recipe and of course tasting… St Austell’s Port is an enchanting harbour built in 1791, the Georgian architecture and old fishermen’s cottages is an absolute painters delight, the haunting sight of tall ships with their masts and rigging turns back the pages of time, or perhaps a visit to the Shipwreck and Heritage Centre which has over 200 years of Fishing and Mining on Offer. With The Lost Gardens of Heligan, the curved sandy bay, and coves ,shops, bars and restaurants St Austell is like a wide smile, it pleases everyone.


Accountancy Enterprises Ltd
Pearce Bendrey


Caerhays Castle & Gardens
China Clay Museum
Eden Project
Kids Kingdom Ltd
Lost Gardens of Heligan
Mevagissey Folk Museum
Pine Lodge Gardens & Nursery
Polmassick Vineyard
Porthpean Beach
St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre
Treffry Viaduct
World of Model Railways


Premier Inn St Austell *book online*
Travelodge St Austell *book online*
Vine Cottage *book online*


Broad Meadow House
Carlyon Bay Caravan & Camping Park

East Crinnis Camping & Caravan Park
River Valley Holiday Park
Sea View International Caravan & Camping Park
Sun Valley Holiday Park
Trencreek Farm Holiday Park

Caravan Park

Carlyon Bay Caravan & Camping Park
East Crinnis Camping & Caravan Park
Sea View International Caravan & Camping Park
Sun Valley Holiday Park


Dance - Razzmatazz
Yoga - Yoga for All


Puls-Eight Dance Venue


Poppy Cottage


Restormel Borough Council


Bradbury, Cameron
Manor House Dental Practice


Belmont Surgery
Foxhole Medical Centre

Estate Agent

General Accident Property Services
Liddicoat & Co

Miller & Co
Williams Estate Agents

Golf Club

St Austell

Health and Fitness Club

Tregorrick Park Health & Fitness Club

Holiday Park

Sun Valley Holiday Park
Trencreek Farm Holiday Park


White Hart Hotel


Charlestown Car Boot
Cornish Market World

Performing Arts

St Austell Choral Society

Pub and Bar

Bugle Inn
Carlyon Arms
Duke Of Cornwall
Hewas Inn
Holmbush Inn
Pier House Hotel & Restaurant
Seven Stars Inn
Stag Inn

The Band Club
The Station
The White Pyramid
William Cookworthy


Boscundle Manor
Bugle Inn
East Meets West
Eastern Paradise
Pier House Hotel & Restaurant
Taj Mahal Tandoori
Walkers Fish Restaurants
Waterwheel (The)


Bishop Bronscombe School
Carclaze Infants School
Mount Charles School
Penrice Community School
Poltair Community School
Pondhu Primary School

Sandy Hill Primary School


Gribbon Apartment
Kernow Homes
Pendennis Apartment
Poppy Cottage
Sea Breeze
Sea Breeze Apartment
Seabreeze Serviced Apartment
The Vean
Trencreek Farm Holiday Park




A 2 Z Taxis
A2B Taxis
Albion Private Hire
Gary's Taxis
Kingfisher Taxis
Spot On Cabs
St Austell Taxis


Church End Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Gorran CC (Cricket)

Porthpean SC (Sailing)
St Austell (Amateur Football)
St Austell (Men's Hockey)
St Austell (Women's Hockey)
St Austell CC (Cricket)
St Austell RUFC (Rugby Union)
St Austell TTC (Table Tennis)
St Austell Wheelers CC (Cycling)


The Loft Bookshop
W H Smith Ltd
Barlows Cycles
Marys Flowers
Wyevale Garden Centre
St Austell Garden Centre
Lanjeth Nurseries
St Dennis Pharmacy
Blaylock Opticians
Carphone Warehouse

Holland and Barratt
Bodinnick Farm
H Samuel
Caffe Lazero
Courtyard Tea Rooms
The Beach Cafe
Niles Bakery Ltd
Little Treasures Art Gallery


Charlestone Trading


Barlows Cycles(Cycling)
St. Austell Wheelers CC(Cycling)

Places to Stay near St Austell

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White Hart Hotel (0.10 miles)

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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Trevanion Lodge (0.21 miles)

Trevanion Lodge

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Trevanion Lodge offers excellent value accommodation on the outskirts of St.Austell town with the added advantage of being within a few miles of the Eden Project, Heligan Gardens, Charlestown and ... More

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Elms B&B (0.22 miles)

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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Bedford House (0.24 miles)

Bedford House

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Bedford House is located in the Centre of the county of Cornwall. Virtually anywhere in Cornwall can be reached within one hour. With a wide range of natural beauty spots ... More

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Bankside B&B (0.25 miles)

Bankside B&B
Bankside is a spacious house which was built in about 1820, set in a lovely garden. It has been sympathetically renovated and now offers three very attractive, comfortable and well equipped guest bedrooms, each ... More | visit website
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Gwyndra House B&B (0.30 miles)

Gwyndra House B&B
Gwyndra is a spacious, family home built in the early 1930s, formally used as a Residential Rest Home, in the heart of St Austell, set in a large secluded garden, only a couple of hundred ... More | visit website
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Travelodge St Austell (0.34 miles)

The Travelodge St Austell is the ideal base for exploring all the major sights and sounds of Cornwall. From here, the Eden Project is just 6 miles away, the Lost Gardens of Helligan 7 miles ... More | visit website

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The Arches B&B (0.41 miles)

The Arches B&B
Welcome to Arches; originally part of an old Victorian boys school built in the early 1900's; which has been renovated into Bed & Breakfast accommodation.

We are just a 10 minute walk from the town centre ... More | visit website
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The Gables Guest House (0.47 miles)

The Gables Guest House
The Gables Guest House is centrally situated within 5mins walk of St.Austell town; where you will find main banks; shops and cinema. Also; the main Railway and Bus station can be found. The Eden Project ... More | visit website
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The Grange (0.49 miles)

The Grange
The Grange is a Boutique Bed and Breakfast where we like to make our guests comfortable, relaxed and pampered.The Grange is ideally located in the heart of the Cornish Riviera and just minutes ... More | visit website

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