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St Mellion has been at the heart of golf and leisure in South East Cornwall for many years, and achieved worldwide recognition in hosting prestigious golfing events such as the Benson and Hedges International Open.
In 2009, St Mellion was relaunched as St Mellion International Resort following a £100 million re-development which included a brand new 4-star standard hotel. Set in 450 acres of Cornish countryside, the resort boasts two championship golf courses, including the UK's first Jack Nicklaus designed "Signature Course" (one of only three in England, and the venue for the English Open). St Mellion International Resort also offers a wealth of leisure facilities, centered around is Aero Leisure Club featuring three pools (a "proper" pool for lane swimming, a smaller leisure pool for family fun, and a shallow pool for toddles), a well equipped gym and a spa offering a range of treatments to relax and revive.
Getting to St Mellion International Resort
St Mellion International Resort is about 20 minutes drive from Plymouth, and is easily accessed from the A38 trunk road linking from the national motorway network.
The resort is also 20 minutes from Plymouth City Airport, which offers flight with Air Southwest from London City Airport, London Gatwick, Manchester, Leeds-Bradford, Newcastle, Glasgow, Cork, Dublin, Jersey, Guernsey and Bristol.
The new 80-room 4-star standard hotel at the heart of St Mellion International Resort offers a great place to stay, whether you are a golf fanatic or are just looking for a nice weekend away in beautiful Cornish countryside with the benefit of a wide range of excellent leisure and sporting facilities.
There are some nice pubs in the area if you fancy a quiet night in convivial surroundings, but the hotel itself offers three places to eat and drink. The Bewdern Brasserie is an informal place to spend an evening, with a welcoming bar, comfy sofas and a nice menu at reasonable prices. If you fancy something more formal, there's also a fine-dining restaurant. And the Nicklaus Bar is a magnificent golfers' "19th Hole" with views over the 18th green on the Jack Nicklaus course and a light menu to accompany a drink or two.