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What We Love

  • A spa hotel in southwest England, with a state-of-the-art wellness centre and an infinity pool Having full access to the estate's heavenly spa facilities
  • Taking a dip in the stunning infinity pool, which edges onto the botanical gardens
  • Unpacking the wellies to explore the 43 acres of green grounds

What To Know

  • Enjoy free use of the jacuzzi, sauna, and steam room at The Clearing Spa
  • Onsite cuisine runs from casual to gourmet with four dining options: Arboretum, Elephant Bar, Brasserie and Terrace, and Terrace Bar.
  • Free WiFi works really well
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Overview

A country-chic 19th-century retreat near Cornwall's famous biomes – includes spa access and a discount

The Lowdown

For spa relaxation in a picturesque setting, look no further than the 19th-century Cornwall Hotel, Spa & Estate. Centred on an elegant white manor house, this 43-acre retreat combines country charm with a modern, state-of-the-art wellness centre. Futhermore, it’s located in St Austell, just a short drive from the surfy southern coast and The Eden Project.
Tucked away in converted stables, The Clearing Spa sits a short stroll across the grounds from the main building. In here, you’ll find a sauna, steam room and five treatment rooms, where expert therapists apply specially designed therapies by Aromatherapy Associates and The Refinery. There’s also an infinity pool – a stunning feature with retractable glass windows that open out onto the beautiful gardens. It’s no wonder this retreat has garnered a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.

How to Get There

The Cornwall Hotel, Spa & Estate
Pentewan Road
St Austell, PL26 7AB United Kingdom

Reviews

Amazing Experience
DN3196

Stayed here a few months ago with my family.
Lovely hotel with great facilities. We especially loved the pool. Lovely scenery around the hotel.
The staff were all lovely, especially in the restaurant.
No complaints and will definitely be returning.

An expensive stay, but at least a good spa.
nicksmith1983

We booked this place due to hearing how good it was from friends, however I was disappointed as was an expensive stay, and not the best. The staff felt on edge, like the managers were on their back. And could do with some more training with regards to manors.
Spa was great apart from too many kids and wasn’t relaxing for screaming kids.. adult times still had kids there!
Paid extra for superior room, bathroom tap poured water over basin onto clothes, toilet roll holder falling off wall.
Breakfast was ok, but choice wasn’t great, asked for something else from the breakfast menu and was told I would be charged.. coffee was watery, ask for cappuccino! Staff were shouted at by managers!! In front of us.. very poor!
Was good but wouldn’t visit again for the price.

Laura Ashley Cafe, fantastic
ZadeeSays

Impromptu visit for afternoon tea. The staff (especially Mark) were great. The food was delightful, everything was so beautifully fresh. Endless supply of tea which was great as all love our English breakfast tea. We had the Cornwall afternoon tea and one of the children chose the child’s afternoon tea. Maybe considered expensive but we had the best time! We arrived at 4:30 and didn’t leave until almost 9pm. We would recommend.