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ST AUSTELL HOLIDAYS

Beer, the Eden Project and lost gardens

Visit St Austell

As one of the largest towns in Cornwall, rest assured are many things to do and see in St Austell. Situated a short distance from the world famous Eden Project in one direction and the beautiful south Cornish coast in the other, it is a charming town. Go shopping, visit the famous brewery, lay on the beach, browse the market or see the surreally beautiful lunar landscapes of flooded and disused clay pits.

St Austell Cottages

Known as the Cornish Riviera, the coastline that surrounds St Austell is some of the South West’s prettiest scenery. Our collection of self-catering holiday cottages here is full of options for you.

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Cornwall Holiday Parks

Our range of holiday parks in Cornwall are perfect places for enjoying time away with your family, with on-site entertainment and facilities to keep everyone entertained during their time away.

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Wildlife watching in Cornwall

With miles upon miles of unspoilt coastline and range of diverse habitats, Cornwall is one of the best places in the British Isles to see marine mammals, sharks and seabirds from the land and sea. But with dozens of places around Cornwall’s coast where you can spot wildlife in action, where are the best locations to get up close and personal with the giants from the deep, or the best time of year to go birdwatching or seal spotting?

A local's guide to Polruan

An ancient fishing village with a long history of boat building, Polruan is situated on the Polperro Heritage Coast. This village in South Cornwall has a distinct charm about it with many old buildings along the quay.

A brilliant spot

The town is surrounded by sandy beaches in the picturesque setting of St Austell Bay. It’s a brilliant spot from which to explore the coastline or go paddling in the sea.

A visit to the popular botanical phenomenon of the Lost Gardens of Heligan should be on your to do list, as should a tour of the St Austell Brewery with the obligatory tasting session and a trip to the brewery shop.

The town itself boasts a pretty stretch of woodland that is perfect for an evening stroll or a summer picnic, then a film at the White River Cinema.

The Clay Trails provide great opportunities for cycling, walking and horse riding. These lunar-type landscapes are surreal, but beautifully dramatic, especially when the disused pits flood. For a great day out go to Caerhays Castle or the nearby Eden Project.

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