You’ve arrived in St Austell, one of the largest towns in Cornwall, South West England. It lies 30 miles from the border with Devon, 10 miles from Bodmin and 6 miles from Mevagissey.
Coming for Afternoon Tea in St Austell is an excellent choice – as, hopefully, you’re about to find out. Why not treat yourself and indulge today? There is never a bad time, after all, to brew up a cuppa with cake!
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St Austell takes its name from Saint Austol – a 6th century Cornish holy man who lived much of his life in Brittany. The area developed in large part due to clay mining, which came into its own during the mid 19th to early 20th century.
Such was its success, in fact, that the industry increased the population of the town considerably. With this came a multitude of new shops and businesses, including, of course, several Afternoon Tea St Austell establishments.
Today, tourism plays a significant role in St Austell’s economy, with local attractions such as the Eden Project and the Lost Gardens of Heligan located nearby. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, though, there is nothing quite like finding a classy, delicious lunch.