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PERRANPORTH HOLIDAYS

Traditional seaside fun, coastal walks and local cuisine

Visit Perranporth

An idyllic spot on the Cornish coast, Perranporth is a village steeped in history and packed full of things to do. It was the first place St Piron, the Patron Saint of Cornwall saw of the county and complete with stunning scenery and walking opportunities, is a great destination for those looking to enjoy a traditional English seaside holiday.

Perran Sands Holiday Park

Nestled in dunes on the Cornwall coastline, Perran Sands Holiday Park’s location puts you in one of the most enviable positions in the county. It's the perfect spot for a holiday beside the sea.

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Rose In Vale Country House Hotel

Concealed in its own secluded valley, the Rose in Vale Country House Hotel is a wonderful retreat for those who wish to simply relax, though still close to beautiful beaches and gardens.

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St Ives: The UK’s ‘best seaside town’

Arguably one of the best-known Cornish holiday resorts, St Ives is a beautiful holiday destination. The perfect balance for families, couples, singles and groups of friends, visitors continue to keep returning to the area year after year. With stunning natural beauty, wonderful hospitality and excellent access to the rest of West Cornwall, we think it’s the ideal place to visit all year round.

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.

An idyllic spot

Perranporth provides a wealth of attractions and things to do during your holiday. At the heart of the village is a lake where you can hire boats, or explore the coastline on foot by taking a stroll along the South West Coast Path? One of the most challenging routes can be found outside of Perranporth, the 12.4 mile trek to Portreath. Other walks to choose from include heading to the surfing hotspot of Newquay or enjoying a day in the village of St Agnes.

For an alternative way of seeing this rugged stretch of Cornish coastline, take to the air with flying lessons available at Perranporth Flying Club, or if you’re looking for a family day out, Holywell Bay Fun Park is just a short drive away from Perranporth and is great for all ages. Perranporth has a wealth of cafes and restaurants, perfect for a pit stop and you must cool down after a busy day with an ice cream from the popular Perran Dairy Ice Cream Parlour.

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