The coastal town of Perranporth is steeped in history, famous for being the landing place of the Patron Saint of Cornwall, St Piran, after his voyage from Ireland during the 6th century. Easily accessible by road, the town is a short drive from the larger towns of St Ives and Newquay with their beautiful beaches and surfing culture. Closer to home, it sits just north of the St Agnes Heritage Coast with its spectacular sea views and mining remnants.
Why visit Perranporth?
The combination of wonderful walking, great expanses of sand and different adventure sports make our cottages in Perranporth the perfect place for a holiday whatever the season. Whether you are coming down with friends to catch the waves or holidaying with little ones, we will have a cottage for you.
Things to do in Perranporth:
Though Perranporth has a great café and pub culture, you would be mad to not take advantage of all the activities on offer. A flying club, surfing lessons and adventure golf are on tap as well as tranquil days out at the lovely boating lake and walks along the Heritage Coast.
Why stay in a Perranporth cottage?
Our collection of Perranporth cottages, including dog-friendly cottages and luxury properties, are the perfect retreat after a busy day on the sands or exploring the coastal paths along the Heritage Coast. Come back to one of our comfortable cottages in Cornwall where you can plan the next day’s adventures from the comfort of your own sofa.
Three must-see things in Perranporth:
- Take a short trip to Holywell Bay Fun Park where you can try your hand at adventure golf, blaster boats and thunder racing.
- Hob aboard a rowing boat on the large boating lake and enjoy the tranquil surroundings.
- Fly high on a plane trip over this beautiful area, just don’t forget your camera!