At a glance

  • Hotel spa

    Hotel Spa Venue

    The hotel has a dedicated spa space with leisure facilities and treatments, although it is in a separate building to accommodation.

  • Local attractions

    Local Attractions

    The hotel can arrange tickets for The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan, or you can spend time surfing, kayaking, and sailing at the nearby Porthpean Outdoor Centre.

  • Restaurant


    The Aboretum Restaurant has been awarded an AA Rosette for its seasonal menu.

  • Scenery

    Scenic Location

    St Austell is characterised by dramatic coastlines, world class sailing, and surfing, making it an ideal location to head out and enjoy the scenery.

  • Child friendly

    Family Friendly

    Children are welcome at the hotel and to use the pool and facilities, and have designated swimming times.


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

St. Austell, Cornwall, 16miles SE of Newquay, 14miles NE of Truro.

Spa & Leisure

From the wide open spaces to the woodland walks, The Cornwall Hotel has a therapeutic air that is enhanced by the presence of The Clearing Spa, which prides itself on being a hub of health, fitness, and relaxation. The facilities include a gym, infinity pool, sauna, steam room, drench showers, tennis courts, and a juice bar.

The environment is completed with treatments that have been designed exclusively for The Clearing Spa by Aromatherapy Associates and The Refinery using simple, natural ingredients in keeping with the vibe of the estate. Therapies range from massages and facials, manicures and pedicures, to rituals and a collection of teen spa treatments as well.

Hotel & Accommodation

In 43 acres of Victorian parkland, The Cornwall Hotel is a four star estate which takes you from an elegant and understated exterior to ultra contemporary design accented with bright colours, throughout a restored country house. The estate is also home to a number of five star self-catering Woodland Homes, which range from two to three bedrooms, making them a favoured option for families and small groups.

Dining is spread across different parts of the estate, so while the Acorns Brasserie is the place to go for a hearty breakfast or light meal, the AA Rosette awarded Arboretum Restaurant is something a little more formal for the evening. In summer months The Parkland Terrace overlooking the Pentewan Valley is also open for alfresco lunches, afternoon teas and cocktails.