St Austell Holiday Cottages


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A mile from Cornwall's scenic south coast and its white sandy beaches are a selection of St Austell cottages. Discover why a St Austell accommodation is the perfect chance for families and friends to escape to one of Cornwall's most popular towns.

Why St Austell?

Our holiday cottages in St Austell are perfectly located for accessing a number of delightful Cornish site. In the centre of town, you'll find an excellent range of facilities including a modern shopping and entertainment centre with big-screen cinema and 10-pin bowling, a leisure centre, parkland golf course and a wide range of places to eat and drink. Have a browse through our Cornwall Travel Guide for further ideas on what you can get up to and make this a memorable holiday experience.

Places to Visit near St Austell

Unravel Saint Austell's mining heritage at the China Clay Country Park, a 26-acre estate with woodland walks, interactive displays, a working waterwheel, children's challenge trails and much more. Bring your furry companion with you for long country and coastal walks or cycle along and follow the Clay Trails cycle route - with a number of these special trails in the region, all traffic-free and great for exploring on foot, bike and horseback. A St Austell cottage is the perfect place to stay with its easy access to the world-renowned and biggest indoor rainforest at the Eden Project, an award-winning global garden built in a former clay mine, housing large biomes preserving some of the world's rarest and most exotic plants. Also close by are the Lost Gardens of Heligan, featuring a remarkable collection of themed gardens from manicured Italian grounds to a tropical jungle. Perhaps tickle your taste-buds with local ales and ciders on a tour of Saint Austell's Brewery. Just over a mile from your self-catering St Austell cottage are a number of beaches, including the sheltered sandy beach at Porthpean, popular with families and offering great conditions for swimming and sailing. You can also walk along the coastal path from here to the pretty Georgian port of Charlestown. Choose to visit Charlestown, Fowey and Porthpean, just some of the popular tourist destinations in the area.

Types of Holidays

Are you and your partner looking for an idyllic country escape? Then browse through our country cottages in Cornwall. Alternatively, have a think about bringing your four-legged friend along for the trip and have a look through our list of dog-friendly cottages in Cornwall. If you're looking to treat yourself to a high-class holiday, then our choice of Cornwall luxury holiday cottages will help you to choose the best option.

Once you've found your perfect St Austell accommodation, make sure to secure you're booking with us for an action-packed break.