St. Mellion International Resort
Tel: 01579 351 351
If you’re looking for a multiple award-winning place to stay, located on the Devon & Cornwall border that offers a touch of luxury, together with a warm and friendly atmosphere, then make a beeline for St Mellion International Resort.
St. Mellion Resort is a unique blend of contemporary style, exceptional facilities, true golfing heritage and wonderful Cornish hospitality. This modern Resort is on a scale which allows it to offer an exceptional range of high quality sporting, relaxation and dining facilities, delivered to a consistently high standard, with a comfortable, friendly and unfussy approach, offering exceptional value. A combination rarely found in the UK.
The 450 acre estate boasts a fully air conditioned 80-bedroom, AA four-star star hotel, 10 fairway cottages, and two golf couses; The Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, a UK top 100 course of European Tour repute which celebrates its 30th Anniversary in 2018. Superstars such as Seve Ballesteros, Bernhard Langer, Jose-Maria Olazabal and Paul Casey have all won on “The Nicklaus” at St. Mellion. Alongside it is The Kernow Resort Course, also with a European Tour pedigree.
Health and fitness facilities include: lane, leisure and children’s swimming pools, Sauna, Steam & Jacuzzi experiences; Tennis Courts; Cardio-Vascular and Resistance Suites; Dance Studios; plus a Crèche and Children’s Club.
St Mellion’s Elemis Spa offers a delightful setting in which to relax and unwind, overlooking the beautiful Cornish countryside and open all year to both residents and non-residents. The extensive choice of health and beauty treatments available includes detox and energising options, “escape” and “Mum to be” packages, and massages, all designed to leave you feeling relaxed and refreshed.
All-day dining is offered in the golf course facing No.18 restaurant and the Nicklaus Bar specifically catering for golfers. There is also the award-winning An Boesti restaurant, offering the finest Cornish fayre in elegant surroundings.