View towards the property
Relax by the living flame gas fire
Lounge area
Lounge with gas fire and dining area
Delicious cream tea awaits your arrival
Relax and unwind in the sun trap conservatory
Master bedroom
Twin bedroom
Single bedroom
Pretty side garden
Enclosed rear patio with seating and BBQ
1 / 12  View towards the property
2 / 12  Relax by the living flame gas fire
3 / 12  Lounge area
4 / 12  Lounge with gas fire and dining area
5 / 12  Delicious cream tea awaits your arrival
6 / 12  Kitchen
7 / 12  Relax and unwind in the sun trap conservatory
8 / 12  Master bedroom
9 / 12  Twin bedroom
10 / 12  Single bedroom
11 / 12  Pretty side garden
12 / 12  Enclosed rear patio with seating and BBQ

Per Adua

St Austell, Cornwall
Sleeps 5
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Change Sat
No Dogs
3 star
Enclosed garden / patio
Internet access
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Family friendly
Towels included
Cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Semi-detached house in a peaceful location a stone’s throw from St Austell
  • Ideally positioned for exploring the whole of Cornwall
  • Within a short drive of The Eden Project, the Tall Ships at Charlestown and The Lost Gardens of Heligan
  • Less than 2 miles from the nearest beach
  • An abundance of local pubs and restaurants for all tastes
  • Private patio area with seating and a BBQ, perfect for summer evenings
Property code: PERAD

This semi-detached house is the perfect choice for those looking to explore the local area on foot as it is within very easy reach of St Austell’s abundance of pubs and restaurants.

This delightful cottage in the major town of St Austell is close to south-facing beaches and popular Cornish attractions including The Eden Project which is a short 3 miles away. As it sleeps four it would make the perfect family base or be an excellent getaway for a group of friends. Explore the town centre, paddle in the sea or cycle the South West Coastal Path (3 miles). It has nearby pubs and beaches and is a wonderful seaside escape.

It has a sophisticated interior with a cosy and inviting atmosphere, ideal for a relaxing break. A neutral colour palette and large windows with scenic views provide a bright and airy feel. Retreat to the conservatory for drinks or enjoy a traditional cream tea secluded amongst the pretty shrubbery of the back garden. Cosy up around the fireplace after a long day exploring all the fantastic sights on offer throughout Cornwall.

The Eden Project is only 3 miles away while its sister-project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, is 8 miles making this an ideal base for seeing the essential sights of Cornwall. Both Carlyon Bay and Porthpean Beach are less close by. Both the pretty and obscure Hemmick Beach and secret Caerhays Castle are a great amble around the head at Dodman Point. Visit the fishing port of Par, Polkerris Beach or Fowey (all under 8 miles). It's 27 miles down to Falmouth Harbour or 19 miles up to the north coast town of Newquay, famous for its surfer culture and great beach.

  • 3 bedrooms – 1 double, 1 twin and 1 single (2'6")
  • 1 bathroom with shower over bath and WC
  • Kitchen - electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer and washing machine
  • TV/DVD
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Electric and central heating included
  • Living flame gas fire
  • Enclosed garden/patio
  • Folding wheelchair available
  • Ample off-road parking
  • Welcome cream tea on arrival
  • Regret no dogs
  • Beach 1.5 miles, pub and 24-hour shop walking distance

This property is personally managed by Amie.


From guests that have stayed at the property.

Based on 11 guest ratings

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Reviewed by Gail 15th June 2019

We enjoyed our stay at per adua. Very friendly owners.nothing too much trouble.any problems were swiftly sorted. Even though it was a very minor one! Good location for many attractions. Several supermarkets within short distance.

Reviewed by Alan 11th May 2019

Clean and comfortable and a very nice welcome by the owner and a welcoming cream tea.Close to a bus route in to st austell and truo at st austell you can get buses to other parts of cornwall andy for train station.

Reviewed by David 27th October 2018

Another excellent visit to per adua. Always a lovely welcome by Sue with scones and apple pie present. The weather was generally cold do took opportunity to use the fire :-) plenty of things to see and do near by.

Reviewed by Emma 25th August 2018

Very comfortable property with all the essentials and more. Numerous shops locally for food. Nice walk into Charlestown and appeared fairly central and easy access to other destinations

Reviewed by David 12th August 2018

Fab cottage in a great location. Quite and comfortable. Was a brilliant holiday.

Reviewed by Tracey 21st July 2018

Lovely welcome with a cream tea. House had everything you need. Property was a bit dated and bathroom could do with modernisation but everything worked.

Reviewed by C 30th June 2018

I would not recommend this cottage because it needs some upgrading to make it more comfortable and value for money The possitives were plenty of hot water and a fridge/freezer that keep everthing at the correct tempreture also in a good position.

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North Cornwall

Embark on clifftop wanderings along the South West Coast Path to discover ancient myths and legends; King Arthur at Tintagel Castle, or the giant at the Bedruthan Steps. Surfers flock here to ride the famous swell that carved the dramatic coastline, and Bude and Newquay are havens for the sport. From sandy bays and beaches to the seafood delights of Padstow or thrills of Camel Creek Adventure Park, North Cornwall is brimming with things to do; trails to trek, cream teas to gobble, and adventure to be had.

West Cornwall

Let the history, romance and raw beauty of West Cornwall whisk you through time, into rocky coves and along sweeping sands to Land’s End where the UK slips into the Atlantic. Discover an oasis of flora owed to the rare geology of the Lizard peninsula. You can kayak around Godrevy Island, wander the galleries of St Ives, catch a performance at the open-air Minack Theatre, and still make it to Marazion for dinner: St Michael’s Mount makes the ultimate backdrop.

South Cornwall

Tucked away from the swell of the Atlantic pretty fishing harbours sleep, and lush carpets of greenery roll up to craggy cliffs. Discover the fishing and smuggling history in Kingsand and Cawsand, or walk the South West Coast Path from Fowey to the tiny tidal beach at Readymoney Cove. Sample local ales in St Austell before visiting Charlestown’s tall ships, the enchantments of the Eden Project, or The Lost Gardens of Heligan. From vibrant towns to secret beaches and exhilarating days out, the south has it all.

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