At a glance
Leisure Break Venue
A venue offering good leisure facilities, such as swimming pool, steam room, sauna and treatment rooms, but not a specialised spa location
There are many sights to see in this county, the Eden Project is a highlight, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and Lanhydroc are an absolute must.
Specialized Spa Treatments
Range of specialised treatments available at the hotel spa
Golf course located within the hotel grounds or in the nearby area
Conference facilities available at this venue
Spa & Leisure
Two years and £20 million later the St. Mellion International Resort is guaranteed to impress. Set amidst 450 acres of sublime Cornish countryside you will find this stunning hotel a refreshing escape from everyday life.
Within the Aero Leisure & Spa you will discover the very finest spa facilities. There are three swimming pools, a sauna, a steam room and an sensational spa pool. Following a visit to this spa you are sure to experience a renewed sense of health and well being.
There are a whole host of Elemis treatments on offer here, each one seems heaven sent! The beauty rooms are the ideal place to forget the outside world and the therapists are attentive and highly skilled.
The Gymnasium is fantastic with the very latest equipment. and there are a vast selection of classes that take place in the two studios. For golf lovers this venue also offers two championship golf courses, one of which was designed by Jack Nicklaus. In 2011 they will be hosting the English Open
Hotel & Accommodation
The hotel bedrooms are air-conditioned, with king size beds, internet access, flatscreen TVs, safes and stunning en-suite bathrooms with power showers and heated mirrors. The south facing superior rooms and spacious suites overlook the 18th hole of the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course.
There are two restaurants each with it’s own bar and lounge area. The a la carte An Boesti restaurant delivers fine dining at it’s best. Menus feature local produce and inspired cuisine. The Bewdern Brasserie and Nicklaus Bar overlook the 18th green, offering an informal setting