Best Hotel, Bed and Breakfast Places to Stay
PL25 4NA, St Austell, 6 Carnsmerry Crescent
Located in St Austell in Cornwall, Karmary Guest House features accommodation with free Wi-Fi and free public parking possible on site. The property has a well kept front garden with seating and a patio area... read more
£ 35.00View Rates
PL26 8PB, St Austell, 57 Fore Street
Less than 5 miles from both St Austell and the Eden Project, The Bugle Inn is a traditional Cornish pub with 3-star rated en suite rooms. With a bar offering real ale, pub food and... read more
£ 55.65View Rates
PL25 5SJ, St Austell, 37 COOPERAGE ROAD
Cooperage is a contemporary styled bed and breakfast just 4 minutes’ drive from the Cornish town of St Austell. It offers free parking on-site and free WiFi that is available to all guests. The individually... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
PL25 4QD, St Austell, 98 Victoria Road
Just a few minutes from the coast, Duke of Cornwall offers rooms with TVs and tea and coffee making facilities. A traditional Cornish breakfast can be ordered. The public bar features 2 pool tables and... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
PL25 4RZ, St Austell, 17 Trevanion Road
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... read more
PL25 5AG, St Austell, 78 Bodmin Road
Originally part of a Victorian boys’ school, Arches B&B offers guests a welcoming cup of tea or coffee and free parking at a nearby location. A selection of restaurants, shops, a cinema and bowling alley... read more
PL254RU, St Austell, 1A Southbourne Road
Within 9 minutes’ walk of St Austell Train Station, Langdale House is a luxurious south Cornwall guest house just 6 miles from the Eden Project. Tempting breakfasts, free Wi-Fi and free parking are offered alongside... read more
PL25 3SG, St Austell, Sea Road
From our country house hotel by the sea, the only thing we overlook is the bay. Our spectacular clifftop location offers a 180 degree sea view over Carlyon Bay. Set in award-winning gardens, this privately... read more
£ 71.40View Rates
PL25 3NJ, St Austell, Charlestown Road
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... read more
£ 74.00View Rates
PL255DU, St Austell, 1 Edgcumbe Rd
In beautiful, peaceful private gardens, just 5 minutes from the heart of St Austell's town centre, this small, charming family-run guest house offers free Wi-Fi and free parking. The Gables Guest House is less than... read more
£ 75.50View Rates
PL25 4AT, St Austell, Church Street
Situated in the centre of St. Austell, White Hart Hotel features a traditional restaurant and lively bar. The Rail Station is 5 minutes’ walk away and there is free private parking. The spacious rooms at... read more
£ 80.00View Rates
PL25 4RU, St Austell, 19 Southbourne Road
Located on the Cornish Riviera and awarded a 4 Star Gold award by the AA, The Grange is just 5 minutes’ drive from the coast and 10 minutes’ drive from The Eden Project. Free on-site... read more
£ 85.00View Rates
PL25 3RL, St Austell, Boscundle
Set in 3 acres of grounds, Boscundle Manor boasts a heated indoor swimming pool, an award-winning restaurant, and a spa. Just 1 mile from The Eden Project, the property also offers free parking and free... read more
£ 85.00View Rates
PL25 3NJ, St Austell, Harbourside, Charlestown Road
Overlooking Charlestown Harbour, Pier House offers spacious rooms with traditional charm and wonderful views. With free parking and cooked breakfasts, there is also a popular restaurant. The rooms at Pier House feature tea and coffee... read more
£ 89.00View Rates
PL25 3RD, St Austell, Sea Road
Perched on the rugged cliffs of St Austell Bay, The Carlyon Bay Hotel features a luxury spa, award-winning restaurant and a golf course. The hotel has panoramic views and 4-star bedrooms. With stylish décor and... read more
£ 93.50View Rates
PL255DT, St Austell, Pondhu Crescent
A 6-minute drive from the centre of St Austell, the family-run Bradleigh Lodge offers high-quality bed and breakfast accommodation on the south Cornwall coast. With free secure parking, it is around 20 minutes' drive from... read more
£ 94.00View Rates
PL25 5RR, St Austell, Bodmin Road
In a wooded valley 10 minutes’ walk from St Austell town, The Waterwheel Inn is surrounded by 1.5 acres of grounds. It has free Wi-Fi and free parking on site, and a full cooked breakfast... read more
£ 95.00View Rates
PL26 7AB, St Austell, Pentewan Road, Tregorrick
In 43 acres of parkland, this stunning 19th-century manor house has a luxurious spa, a gym and an infinity pool. It offers a range of accommodation just a few miles from The Eden Project. Guests... read more
£ 116.31View Rates
PL253RX, St Austell, Carclaze
These exclusive and stylish apartments with wireless broadband rest in the heart of St. Austell, set high on an exclusive development with stunning views over St Austell Bay. The accommodation provides 2 bedrooms, one of... read more
£ 120.00View Rates
PL253AP, St Austell, No.4 Water Wheel Apartment,Charlestown Road,Charlestown
On a prestigious development, this luxury self-catering apartment has a private balcony, Wi-Fi access and free parking. The Wheel Water Apartment is a 10-minute walk from the beaches of historic Charlestown. The 2-bedroom apartment has... read more
£ 145.11View Rates
Where to Stay ? Properties close to beach and bay
Staying in town is ideal for family holidays or romantic couples breaks. This seaside resort has equal appeal for sports lovers and outdoor enthusiasts and history fans will be pleased to know that it dates from the 13th century.
Cyclists should look for a bed and breakfast that has storage for bikes – Saint Austell has lots of great cycling trails in the town itself and in the woodlands nearby. You’ll enjoy cruising along with the white peaks that are a reminder of the city’s China clay industry in the background.
If you feel like a break from cycling, why not visit Wheal Martyn Museum and Country Park where you can learn all there is to know about the industry? You’re just a mile from the bay and clean, sandy beaches when you choose hotels in St. Austell. Kids will love exploring the rock pools and coves while you top up your tan or try some of the beach activities on offer. Plus, you have your own cosy rooms to return to at the end of each day.
Why not consider cheap hotels in the pretty Georgian village of Charlestown? As well as some of the area’s best bed and breakfast accommodation, Charlestown is home to several excellent restaurants where you can try local seafood dishes in a pleasant setting. You can also visit the Charlestown Shipwreck Centre. The centre is a short walk from hotels in the village and you can see artefacts from famous ships like the Titanic and HMS Victory, or learn all about the smugglers and pirates who once sailed off the coast of Cornwall.
Your Saint Austell bed and breakfast or hotel is also close to the world-famous Eden Project and Heligan Gardens, one of Cornwall’s finest attractions. Perhaps you’re a real ale fan. The Austell Brewery Visitor Centre by the main railway station is just a short distance from your b&b and you’ll discover some of the region’s beers and the great Cornish brewing families who created them. Whatever type of accommodation you choose, you’re sure to have the best time in St. Austell.
The town is within easy reach of other popular Cornwall destinations such as Newquay and the port town of Falmouth. St Ives, popular for its New Year’s Eve celebrations is further south.
Tourist attractions and sights within easy reach of Saint Austell
(Pentewan, PL26 6EN England UK)
Very popular and beautiful gardens. Allow 4 or 5 hours to do a full visit. Highly recommended.
(Bodelva, Par, PL24 2SG England UK)
Largest greenhouse in the world. Don’t miss the Rainforest biome. A must see tourist attraction when visiting Cornwall.
(Charlestown Road, Cornwall PL25 3NJ, United Kingdom)
Admire old shipwreck artefacts, lifeboat and diving memorabilia, and other treasures at The Shipwreck Museum. A great way to spend a few hours.
(Wheal Martyn, Carthew PL26 8XG, England UK)
Wheal Martyn gives a fascinating insight into the China Clay industry. They is also a lovely restaurant with very good food.