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Historic harbours, shipwrecks and a taste of coastal life

Visit Charlestown

Perched on the stunning South Cornwall coast is the historic village of Charlestown which offers the perfect mix of coast and countryside, and places you near to some of the finest tourist attractions in Cornwall. As you approach from a distance you’ll spot the imposing presence of the tall ships in the harbour and a number of pubs cafés, and restaurants that surround it providing the perfect place to spend an afternoon admiring the beauty of the village.

Charlestown Cottages

Wake up to the fresh sea air and scenic surroundings of Charlestown. Our holiday cottages offer a range of accommodation options, from cosy coastal boltholes to awesome apartments complete with sea views.

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St Margaret's Park

Found in the heart of Cornwall near to St Austell, St Margaret's Park, a family-run holiday park, is set within six acres of beautiful parkland that blossom with colour. Perfect for a family getaway.

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Best dog-friendly Cornwall beaches

From popular spots including Fistral and Watergate Bay in Newquay, through to secret coves and bays that you may never have heard of before now, we've done the homework to let you know which Cornish beaches allow dogs. Read on to see the full list of beaches where dogs are allowed all year round, where there are restrictions, and where there are annual bans.

The ultimate Cornwall bucket list

As only 58% of children have ever tried a Cornish pasty, we've created the ultimate bucket list for visitors to the beautiful county of Cornwall. This also follows the news that the county has been granted minority status and the list is a celebration of all things Cornwall. Attractions such as the Minack Theatre, The Barbara Hepworth Museum and The Eden Project are the stars.

An historic gem

Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage centre is the main attraction in the village, providing fun for all ages and housing the largest private collection of its kind on display in Europe. Cornwall’s most famous tourist attraction the Eden Project is 10 minutes away, great for a family day out, or you can head to the picturesque port of Fowey, a 20-minute drive from the village.

If you want to explore the area on foot, the South West Coast Path passes through Charlestown and there are a number of walks in the local area that will provide breathtaking views out to sea and of the surrounding headlands. After a busy day exploring, grab a drink at The Rashleigh Arms, a cosy coastal inn, or dine al-fresco on the roof terrace at Wreckers, a quirky seafood and steak restaurant overlooking the harbour.

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