Choosing cottages with hot tubs in St Austell will bring you to a lovely part of Cornwall. Whether you’re on a romantic getaway or on holiday with family and friends you can look forward to relaxing in your own hot tub, luxuriating in the bubbles under a starlit sky, and escaping the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
This is a major Cornish town, 10 miles south of Bodmin and just 30 miles to the west of the border with Devon. The lovely curved bay, in the heart of the Cornish Riviera, has a great choice of sandy beaches and is a real magnet for water sport enthusiasts and family holidays. You can try power boating, sailing, paddle boarding, kayaking, surfing plus much more in a safe environment with all equipment provided and excellent tuition. If you prefer you can just dust off your buckets and spades and relax with the children.
This lively market town is an all year round attraction, 1 mile from the coast with the white peaks of the once China Clay industry as a back drop. Dating back to the 13th century there’s lots of history to discover, walk along Fore Street to reach the old centre and Italianate facade of the Market House and enjoy the cafes, shops and cinema.
Not far away is the beautiful Georgian village of Charleston and the very popular fishing village of Mevagissey, a bit further afield is the Eden project and the amazing Heligan Gardens. To learn more about the men, women and children that lived in the shadow of clay tips visit the Wheal Martyn China Clay Country Park which provides an intriguing insight in to St Austell’s clay industry of the past. The park covers 26 acres of dog friendly trails through woods and countryside, follow the Clay Trails to fantastic view points and Cornwall’s largest working waterwheel.
If you fancy a tipple of the locally brewed drink the St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre is a must, a museum telling the story of Cornwall’s famous beers and pubs.
Hot tub breaks in St Austell go very quickly so make sure you book yours today and start planning your holiday in this magical part of Cornwall.