Hotel Accommodation in St Austell, Cornwall
Boscundle Manor Hotel Restaurant and Spa
Boscundle Manor is a small country house hotel in a beautiful wooded setting about 1 mile from the sea with luxury accommodation and extensive facilities. It is also only 1 mile from the world famous Eden Project, making Boscundle Manor the closest hotel. Built in 1767, Boscundle Manor was home to the mine captain of Wheal Eliza Consols, the 13th largest tin mine in Cornwall and reputedly one of the most prosperous. The manor has been a hotel for nearly 30 years now and offers discreet accommodation in a range of room styles and sizes with comfortable public areas including a bar, dining room, lounge, morning room and conservatory. Guests may choose to stay either in the manor house with its range of originally styled rooms, the romantic garden room with its massive white four poster bed or the contemporary styled cottage with its 3 bedrooms.
Premier Inn: St Austell
Ideally suited to use as a base to visit the Eden Project nearby.
From A30, take A391 signposted St Austell. Continue through Bugle. Take first exit at roundabout continuing on the A391. Take 2nd exit at Carluddon roundabout, continue following signs for St Austell. Take first exit at Carclaze roundabout. Hotel is situated on St Austell Enterprise Park.
The Cornwall Hotel Spa & Estate
Cornwall's Newest Luxury Hotel and Spa.
A stunning four-star hotel, woodland homes to buy or rent and a luxurious spa set in 43 acres of glorious Victorian parkland – The Cornwall Hotel, Spa & Estate is a true haven, within touching distance of many of the county’s most popular beaches and attractions.
It’s the natural place to stay, play, meet, eat and relax...
Make the most of what Cornwall has to offer and enjoy a minimum 2 night stay to include full Cornish breakfast, dinner in Acorns Brasserie on one evening, a Fine Dining Expereince in The Arboretum Restaurant on the other and complimentary use of The Clearing Spa.
The Pier House Hotel
The Pier House Hotel and Restaurant in St Austell Cornwall, (originally called Charlestown Hotel) was built in 1794 and was originally two farm cottages. It became a farmhouse after the Rashleigh Arms was built in 1851. Then the occupants at the farm started taking in paying guests as farming prosperity declined before 1914-1918 war until the farm once again became a hotel. Being in a prominent position the Hotel takes an active part in the activities as well as the day to day life in Charlestown for locals and visitors alike who come from all over the world as well as locally from within Cornwall. Recently awarded AA 3 Star status.