Find Beautiful Places to Stay in St. Austell
There is an abundance of quality accommodation in St. Austell, thanks to the popularity of Cornwall to tourists. St. Austell makes an excellent base for trips to certain attractions such as the Eden Project and some of Cornwall's loveliest beaches, including Carlyon Bay, Porthpean, and Pentewan. Your choice of accommodation could make or break your holiday. Pick a place that suits your budget and is easily accessible to the tourist spots you intend to visit.
Your Best Choice: A Bed and Breakfast
Some of the most beautiful places to stay in St. Austell are bed and breakfasts. They are great alternatives to traditional hotels that can be generic and lack character.
If you want a quieter holiday, find a B&B that is outside of St. Austell town centre. This way, you can be away from the hustle and bustle of the town yet still be within easy reach of everything it has to offer, as well as Charlestown and Heligan Gardens. Not all bed and breakfasts will have ample parking on-site, so choose one with a private car park for guests if you are driving your own vehicle.
Many bed and breakfasts in St. Austell occupy beautifully restored historic homes or mansions known for their period furnishing, architecture, and interior design. They tell a story and are sure to enhance your holiday experience.
Waking up to a delicious breakfast is one of the biggest benefits of staying in a bed and breakfast in St. Austell. Depending on the bed and breakfast, you might be served anything from a hot gourmet meal to a continental spread. Best of all, the food is most likely prepared by the owner or his or her family. In a B&B, service is more personalised than that you'll experience in a traditional hotel.
Bed and breakfasts in St. Austell typically have only a few guests, so you can enjoy more peace and quiet. The owner or the family can provide insider tips about St. Austell and recommend the best places to visit or enjoy local delicacies. Their location often provides a better opportunity to explore areas that are off the beaten path and are less crowded.
About the Author:
Steven Dace have been in the tourism and hospitality since I left college some 18 years ago. He spent 5 years working on a large holiday park and for last 13 years, running a bed and breakfast guest house named Trevanion Lodge. I feel I have gained a wealth of experience and knowledge about the Tourism industry in St. Austell and surrounding areas.