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The Cornwall Hotel Spa & Estate - Nr St Austell

PUBLISHED: 10:35 08 September 2010 | UPDATED: 17:48 20 February 2013

The Cornwall Hotel Spa & Estate - Nr St Austell

The Cornwall Hotel Spa & Estate - Nr St Austell

CORNWALL'S NEWEST LUXURY HOTEL & SPA<br/><br/><br/><br/>A stunning four-star hotel, woodland homes to buy or rent and a luxurious spa set in 43 acres of glorious Victorian parkland

CORNWALLS NEWEST LUXURY HOTEL & SPA



A stunning four-star hotel, woodland homes to buy or rent and a luxurious spa set in 43 acres of glorious Victorian parkland The Cornwall Hotel Spa and Estate is a true haven, within touching distance of many of themost popular beaches and attractions in Cornwall.


AcrossThe Cornwall Hotel Spa and Estate, there is a range of accommodation for you to choose for your holiday, short break or business trip.


There are sumptuous suites and traditional bedrooms in the restored White House. There are contemporary style deluxe Woodland Rooms. And there are 22 self-catering Woodland Homes, some withtwo bedrooms, others with three. That means we can find the perfect accommodation for just about anyone - those with children in tow, andthose who are getting away from it all, groups of friends or romantic couples.


In The White House are nine sumptuous bedrooms and suites, each full of individual character, that reflect the mansions Victorian heritage and make the most of the glorious parkland views. There are four-poster beds, luxurious Egyptian linen, roll-top baths, drench showers, and Aromatherapy Associates toiletries for you to enjoy.


Connected to The White House are 56 stylish, contemporary Woodland Rooms, nestled in the wooded slopes of the Estate. Each of the Standard, Accessible, Family and Deluxe rooms has a generous private balcony offering majestic views of the Estate's sweeping parkland, across the Pentewan Valley to the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty beyond.


Deluxe rooms offer a choice of contemporary open-plan layout or a more traditional en-suite style. There are also Standard inter-connecting rooms suitable for families (including well-behaved dogs). Thesouth-facing rooms have a substantially glazed elevation, affording maximum light and mesmerising views. Generous balconies offer guests the opportunity to be at one with the magnificent flora and fauna of the Estate.All rooms have flat-screen TVs, power-showers and complimentary Wi-Fi cater for every modern need.


On the Estate we also have 22 Woodland Homes that blend seamlessly into the natural environment. These architect-designed, 2 and 3 bedroom self-catering homes are clad in sustainably-sourced cedar wood and natural slate.


Perfect for holidays and weekend breaks, for families and for couples to share. Nearby, you'll find glorious beaches, cliff-top walks,sailing and golf, as well as endless family activities and attractions. And the surfers' beaches of North Cornwall are within 45 minutes' drive.

The Cornwall is a destination in its own right, giving you access to all the facilities of The Cornwall Hotel, The Clearing Spa and the Estate. These alone could keep you and your family happily occupied for the duration of your stay.


At the heart of the 43-acre Estate is The Clearing Spa, the ultimate centre for beauty, health, fitness and relaxation. Facilities include single and double rooms forluxurious treatments, manicure bar, juice bar, infinity swimming pool, tennis courts (from Autumn 2010), sauna and aroma steam-room, drench showers and a state of the art fitness suite with personal training and nutritional advisors.


Guests at The Cornwall can enjoy Tom Bradbury's superb foodin The Arboretum Restaurant with a daily changing menu or The Parkland Terrace, overlooking the Pentewan Valley, providing a breath-taking setting for Cornish Afternoon Tea, canaps and cocktails.



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


Call us on: +44 (0)1726 87 40 50


General enquiries: enquiries@thecornwall.com
Reservations: reservations@thecornwall.com

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