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Asda St Austell Superstore

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Karen
Karen
July 16, 2017
Large supermarket in St Austell. Sells everything. Gets really busy in peak season. I avoid it at all costs!
Dana
Dana
May 29, 2018
A superstore for everything you will need. Big car park and fuel available. Can get very busy in peak season. If you prefer one big shop, this is the place. Handy if on the way back from Pentewan Beach.
Lynn
Lynn
June 29, 2018
Good fish counter, all the usual asda stuff, including make-a-pizza.
Subita
Subita
November 25, 2018
Large modern Assad for all your needs
Dawn
Dawn
December 19, 2018
Asda also has a Pharmacy

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Grocery or Supermarket
“Convient as it is on the Par side of St Austell. Handy if returning from a visit to Charlestown Harbour. ”
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Veitingahús
“With it’s custom-built wood burning pizza oven churning out artisan slices of heaven, combined with the traditionally exceptional seafood that has become so familiar at Sam’s, The Beach is truly a Combers’ paradise. The open kitchen allows you to see all the action inside, while the floor to ceiling windows bring the outside in during the cold winter months, allowing you to bask in the beauty of Polkerris harbour and the whole of St Austell Bay beyond.During the summer we lose the windows altogether and just let the light shine on in. Think Ibizan bistro, blissed out beats and cool cocktails. Lazing on the terrace, soaking up the sun – a vibe that has to be experienced first hand to be fully appreciated.So if any of this sounds appealing and let’s be honest it all does then follow the signs from Par where tucked away down a Cornish lane you’ll find Sam’s on The Beach, a great place to escape to – whatever the weather.”
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Beach
“Head across to the Roseland Peninsula for great cycling & walking. Take the King Harry Ferry then park in the National Trust car park for Towan Beach, which is one of my favourites with soft gently shelving sand and plenty of room, even in high summer. Look for the Thirstea vintage tea truck parked up near the beach, and if The Hidden Hut is open too, the food is so worth a detour for.”
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Establishment
“An all-weather attraction where children go free, Charlestown Shipwreck Centre takes you back two hundred years, when the area was a tiny fishing village with no harbour. As trade boomed in nearby St Austell, it became clear that there was need for a proper harbour, and local businessman by the name of Charles Rashleigh set about making plans – hence the name (Charles’ town). Today the Shipwreck and Heritage Centre charts the history of this corner of Cornwall, including the ship wrecks off the nearby coast. There are trails, a visual audio theater, the RNLB Amelia which was last stationed at Scarborough, and a German armoured dress diving suit, which was used in the 1920/30's, amongst other pieces of history. There’s also a Kids’ Corner and plenty to see and do for the whole family.”
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Sjávarréttastaður
“Sams The original green-fronted Sam’s restaurant, in the centre of Fowey, is a must-visit for its seafood classics (order chargrilled whole sardines with Cornish sea salt, toasted seeds and olives and famous burgers ”
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Staðsetning
St Austell, Cornwall PL25 4PR
Sími01726 223800