Cheap Hotels in St Austell
Near Eden Project
Near Lost Gardens of Heligan
Near Eden Project
Less than 5 miles from the Eden Project, the 4-star rated Royal Inn in Par offers attractive en suite rooms and a full English breakfast served in the conservatory. A 2-minute walk from Par Train Station, this Cornish inn has an extensive restaurant menu and provides free Wi-Fi and on-site parking. All rooms at The Royal Inn have an en suite bath and overhead shower, hairdryer, laptop safe, flat-screen TV with DVD player and tea and coffee facilities. One has a four-poster bed, and there are family rooms and a room with disabled access. Freshly prepared full English breakfast is served each morning, along with a buffet selection including fruit, juice, cereals and yoghurts. An early continental breakfast is also available if arranged in advance. Six miles east of St Austell, The Royal Inn is a 13-minute drive from the spectacular Eden Project, and a similar distance from Fowey, formerly the home of Daphne du Maurier. Truro and Newquay are both within 35-40 minutes’ drive.
Just seconds from the seafront, Rashleigh Arms is situated in the pretty fishing village of Charlestown. With wonderful views and free parking, there is also an on-site restaurant. The Rashleigh Arms is a traditional English pub, offering rooms with en suite bathrooms and tea and coffee facilities. Some rooms have views across the English Channel, and all are stylishly decorated with colourful bedspreads. The popular restaurant serves fresh fish and local produce, and a full English breakfast is available each morning. The lively bar serves a world wine list and a selection of local award-winning ales, and hosts regular live music nights. There is also a terrace for al fresco dining. Just 5 minutes' drive from St Austell town centre, The Rashleigh Arms overlooks the sea and Charlestown Quay. St Austell Brewery is a 10-minute drive away, offering guided tours and an interactive museum. The Eden Project can be reached in just 10 minutes.
Set in 2 acres of grounds, Boscundle Manor boasts a heated indoor swimming pool, bar and a spa. Just 1 mile from The Eden Project, the property also offers free parking and free WiFi. The Boscundle Manor Hotel has terraced gardens, woodlands and a croquet lawn. Just 5 minutes from St Austell, Boscundle is a 10-minute walk from Pinetum Park. The Lost Gardens of Heligan can be reached in 20 minutes' drive, and Charlestown is just 1.5 miles from the hotel.
Near St Austell Brewery
Located in St Austell (South Cornish Coast), Trevanion Lodge is convenient to Porthpean Beach and Charlestown Harbour. This bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Pinetum Park and Pine Lodge Gardens and Eden Project.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 14 guestrooms featuring DVD players and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with showers are provided.Dining A complimentary English breakfast is included.Business, Other Amenities Free self parking is available onsite.
The Arches B&B Hotel
Near St Austell Brewery
The family-run Mountview Bed and Breakfast in St Austell offers elegant accommodation 15 minutes’ drive from the Eden Project. Within 10 minutes of Carlyon Bay beach and pretty Charlestown harbour, this guest house provides free parking and Wi-Fi. Each room has a flat-screen TV with DVD player, hairdryer, alarm clock and tea and coffee facilities. There is also an en suite shower room. St Austell town centre and train station are within a 10-minute walk of Mountview, with the St Austell Brewery around 15 minutes away. The Lost Gardens of Heligan are a 12-minute drive from the town.
Hotels in St Austell
Beautifully located on the south coast of Cornwall in south-west England, St Austell is around 30 miles west of the border with Devon. The town sits on a large curved bay, which is part of the diverse and beautiful region known as the Cornish Riviera.
The ancient settlement of St Austell attracted little attention until one William Cookworthy discovered china clay or â€˜white gold' at Tregonning Hill and then in greater amounts at Hensbarrow downs just north of the town. Clay mining rapidly took over from the waning tin and copper industries and contributed to growth and prosperity in St Austell. By the mid-20th century, the town could claim to be one of Cornwall's most prominent and profitable centres. Now a thriving 21st-century hub for exploring the heritage, attractions and scenery of West Cornwall, St Austell has a rich stock of fine older buildings, such as Holy Trinity Church, the Italian Renaissance-style Old Town Hall, and the classically Cornish plain granite Friends Meeting House of 1829. It's also home to the famous St Austell Brewery.
Your choice of beaches from St Austell hotels is hard to beat. Just one mile from the town is the fascinating old Georgian harbour of Charlestown, which has beaches on both sides of the historic structure itself. It is a sheltered and interesting spot with easy access and good amenities too. Another little gem that's close to the town is Porthpean Beach, which is sandy and dotted with rock pools, with tree-topped cliffs behind. For really wide open sandy stretches, visit Par Sands. Here you can enjoy acres of beautiful sand at low tide, and plenty when the tide's high as well! There is also a delightful duck and wildfowl pond, cafÃ©, shop and picnic area, plus a pub in the shape of the Ship Inn: in fact something for everyone.
The Eden Project
A stone's throw from St Austell is the world-famous Eden Project and its futuristic Biomes. Here, an old clay pit has been turned into a natural paradise that is run in a completely sustainable way. At the Eden Project you will encounter the world's largest conservatory, a fascinating education centre called the Core, and the story of the plants that have helped us live since the dawn of time, such as Tea and Hemp. There are dense jungles, plantations and waterfalls, all thriving in a â€˜captive' rainforest with a canopy that's around 150ft high! You can also travel to a little Mediterranean paradise without leaving Cornwall and enjoy world-class art installations in the fresh air. All these unforgettable experiences are on your doorstep when you stay in St Austell.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in St Austell
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in St Austell?Rashleigh Arms is one of the most popular hotels in St Austell.
What are the best hotels in St Austell near the center?The best hotels near the center of St Austell are Rashleigh Arms, Porth Avallen Hotel and Boscundle Manor.
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