Nestling at the intersection of three scenic valleys Bodmin Gover and Pentewan lies St. Austell once described by John Wesley the prolific preacher as 'a neat little town on the side of a fruitful hill'. The town itself has known great prosperity thanks to its rich mining heritage and investment.Named after the Cornish saint 'St. Austol' the earliest historical reference lies in the Doomsday Book (1086) which describes the Manor of Tewington as located near 'St Austell situate not far from the head of Tywardreth baye nare vnto Gwallon Downes'. Today St.Austell is undergoing an inner regeneration with help from the tourist industry crowds now come not just to Quaker Meeting House St Austellsee the 'Cornish Alps' but a vast array of other attractions 'the Eden Project Heligan Gardens the China Clay Musuem Charlestown and many more. We can be assured that St.Austell's rich architectural heritage will be added to as the centre becomes a major tourist attraction in itself. Charlestown is an internationally renowned world heritage site with a working port tall ships and good safe beaches. There are a number of excellent pubs and restaurants all within 5 mins walk of Wheelwrights Bed & Breakfast. Built around 1750 to service the export of tin China clay and granite Charlestown is ideally situated on the Cornish Riviera with easy access to many of the county’s places of interest.
Piste ciclabili, Osservazione Uccelli, Pesca, Golf, Escursioni, Cavallo, Mountain Bike, Windsurfing, Snorkelling, Shopping - antiques, River, Walking, Rock climbing, Regate, Shopping, Scenari, Sport acquatici
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Lounge, Ironing facilities, Non-smoking (throughout), Non-smoking, Lock-up facility for bicycles