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Welcome to Natural Retreats - Trewhiddle St Austell

Address: Natural Retreats, Pentewan Rd, St Austell, Cornwall, Tregorrick, PL26 7AD

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Situated in St Austell, Natural Retreats - Trewhiddle St Austell features accommodation with a TV and a kitchen. Complimentary WiFi is featured. A dishwasher and oven are also offered, as well as a kettle. Guests can relax in the garden at the property. Eden Project is 6 km from the holiday home. Newquay Cornwall Airport is 20 km away.

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Cornwall College - St Austell - University

Cornwall College - St Austell - University

Distance 1.76 miles (2.82 km)
Cornwall College St Austell is a friendly and welcoming college that will provide you with the support you need to help you achieve the best you can. Study at an impressive college campus with a wide variety of student facilities.

Finishing School in the Summer?
Choose from a wide range of full-time courses including A-levels, vocational courses such as BTECs and NVQs and Apprenticeships. Whatever career you want to pursue, we have a course for you.

Eden Project - Cornwall - Exhibition

Eden Project - Cornwall - Exhibition

Distance 3.59 miles (5.74 km)
Mission - 'To promote the understanding and responsible management of the vital relationship between plants, people and resources leading to a sustainable future for all'. The Eden Project was established as one of the landmark Millennium projects in the UK to mark the year 2000 and is structured as an educational charitable trust. The Trusts interests lie in explaining how the natural world works seen through the lens of plants, exploring how people might best organise themselves in the face of this knowledge and thereby reach an understanding of what sustainability might mean and, through best practice of these principles, create an organisation that is sustainable to act as a model for others.