Places to Stay
Places to Stay
About St Austell
One of Cornwall's larger market towns, St Austell went from tin mining to china clay, so lots of china clay history there! Also very close to the famous Eden Project (not to be missed).
Cottages near St Austell centre:
Poltarrow Farm Holidays (Cottage) St Austell (1.21 miles)
Marshmallow House (Cottage) Charlestown (1.36 miles)
Tyack (Cottage) Charlestown (1.36 miles)
Stone's Throw (Cottage) Charlestown (1.40 miles)
The Mackerel (Cottage) Charlestown (1.42 miles)
Coastal Pearl (Cottage) Charlestown (1.45 miles)
Sethor Cottage, Polgooth (Cottage) St Austell (1.48 miles)
Porthmeur Harber (Cottage) Charlestown (1.49 miles)
Salty Dog (Cottage) Charlestown (1.51 miles)
Driftwood Cottage (Cottage) Charlestown (1.56 miles)
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Porthpean (1.57 miles) Good sized family beach close to St Austell. Can get busy in the summer. No dogs in the sumnmer. No...
Duporth (1.59 miles) Sandy, sheltered, east facing beach which offers safe swimming and no dogs at all. Facilities and parking are close by...
Charlestown (Polmear) (1.78 miles) Historic harbour with sandy/pebble beaches either side (Duporth to the west). Facilities in the town. Dog ban all year...
Carlyon Bay (2.80 miles) This beach (also known as Crinnis beach) is work in progress, but is essential a long beautiful sandy beach. A...
Kidzworld (0.31 miles) Heaps of 'adventure play' attractions and activities for kids - especially great for those Cornish rainy days....
St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre (0.40 miles) Interactive museum & brewery shop...
Shipwreck and Heritage Centre (1.65 miles) Shipwrech artefacts and diving museum....
Pinetum Park and Pine Lodge Gardens (2.02 miles) With over 6000 labelled plants, Pinetum Park is a testament to the dedication and enthusiasm of amateur horticulturists Ray and...