St Austell Cottages

Nestled on Cornwall’s south coast with miles of sandy beaches and a gorgeous coastline to explore, our St Austell cottages are made for those looking for a relaxing holiday. Known as ‘the Cornish Riviera’, you will find plenty of things to do beyond the beautiful coastline. This bustling market town attracts holidaymakers year-round, while its humid climes make it the perfect spot for watersports, most notably surfing. With the world-class Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan nearby, you have plenty of variety of attractions to keep all members of your party happy. With the largest selection of Cornish holiday accommodation, we have something for everyone. From affordable to luxurious, from dog-friendly to child-friendly for large families and groups of friends wanting to celebrate to cosy Cornish hideaways perfect for two. 

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our cottages in St Austell

St. Austell and its surroundings boast a mix of natural beauty, historical sites, and engaging activities, making it an intriguing destination for a diverse range of interests. Spend time on nearby beaches like Porthpean Beach, explore the historic Mevagissey fishing village, or take a scenic drive along the beautiful Cornish coast. If you're looking for more beach and less town, then head south to Sennen. A scenic 90-minute drive delivers you to some spectacular coves and beaches which can be enjoyed from our Sennen cottages. With the largest collection of holiday cottages in Cornwall, we have the perfect home away from home for you.

Here are the top five things to see and do in our cottages in St. Austell:

Explore the world-famous Eden Project

Explore the world-famous Eden Project, a series of large biomes that house different climate zones and plant species. Learn about sustainability, nature, and environmental conservation.

Visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan

Visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan, a historic estate with beautifully restored gardens, sculptures, and fascinating history. Enjoy a leisurely walk through the lush landscapes.

Discover Charlestown Harbour

Discover Charlestown Harbour, a picturesque historic port known for its well-preserved tall ships and maritime heritage. Explore the shipwreck museum and enjoy coastal views.

Tour St. Austell's Brewery

Take a tour of St. Austell Brewery to learn about the brewing process and enjoy tastings of local ales and beers. Discover the history of brewing in Cornwall.

Enjoy Caerhays Castle and Gardens

Explore Caerhays Castle and its stunning gardens, featuring a wide variety of exotic plants and rhododendrons. Enjoy leisurely walks and scenic views.

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