Enjoy a luxury break in Cornwall

Celebrate the Cornish countryside at St Mellion International Resort with this fantastic offer for GPs.

St Mellion International Resort - Exterior
St Mellion International Resort - Exterior

St Mellion International Resort is set in 450 acres of stunning countryside near the Cornish seaside towns of Looe and Polperro.

This 4-star hotel, has a fabulous indoor leisure complex, including three pools and spa facilities, plus a full-scale health club and two championship golf courses, including the UK’s first Jack Nicklaus-designed ‘Signature Course’.

Now you could save 50% on a stay at St Mellion International Resort with our special offer, paying just £45* per person for one night’s sumptuous accommodation and full English breakfast.

Plus to celebrate the start of the summer, the 4-star St Mellion International Resort in Cornwall is offering a free daily kids club or crèche session for all under 12 staying in one of the interconnecting family rooms during school summer holidays.

This brand new 4-star hotel provides a fresh, unexpected alternative to more traditional resort accommodation in the West country.

St Mellion International Resort - Bedroom

The stunning contemporary bedrooms, all fully air-conditioned, have 21st century comforts and guests enjoy complimentary use of the excellent leisure facilities.

St Mellion International also features three very different dining experiences – the a la carte restaurant, An Boesti, with imaginative dishes created from locally-sourced fresh produce, the more informal Bewdern Brasserie, overlooking the 18th green on the Nicklaus Course, and the Nicklaus Bar.

Food being prepared at St Mellion International Resort

To book, just call 01579-352001 and quote GPonline.com

For further hotel details, please visit: www.st-mellion.co.uk.

*Offer, based on two adults sharing a double/twin Resort Room, valid until November 30, 2011, excluding Bank holidays and subject to availability of allocated rooms. A single supplement applies.

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