Holiday Cottages in Perranporth
If you do like to be beside the seaside, then you ought to consider booking one of our Perranporth Cottages for your next holiday. However, we’re not talking the usual cold, grey seas that Britain is famous for! Perranporth is situated on the coast of Cornwall, which soaks up the best of the summer sun, leaving the waters temperate enough to attract playful dolphins and sun-seeking seals. With beaches aplenty and some of the finest eating to be had anywhere in the country, this part of Cornwall has firmly established itself as the go-to place at any time of year.
Perranporth’s beach is a major attraction in itself. With three miles of soft sand to stroll on and swathed in tales of smuggling and wrecking, it’s easy to see how Winston Graham suddenly got all stirred-up and wrote Poldark. However, there’s no guarantee of seeing Aidan Turner wandering around with his shirt off, in case you were wondering. What is guaranteed, though, is an extensive range of Perranporth Cottages that will put you in touch with the magic, myth and mystery of this part of Cornwall.
Is Perranporth good for families and couples?
For those who’ve booked one of our holiday cottages in Perranporth for a well-earned family break, there’s plenty to get up to. Aside from the sailing, surfing and watersports on your doorstep, you’ve got the world-famous Eden Project just a short drive away – spectacular in the summer and warmly welcoming in the winter! You’ll even find that the Eden Project hosts live music concerts throughout the year, giving you the opportunity to see your favourite band. Alternatively, Newquay Zoo is a great way to spend a day or you might consider the Flambards Village theme park, which is educational and entertaining.
Couples booking our holiday cottages in Perranporth to spend some quality time together might want to steer clear of the family-centric attractions. Instead, Truro Cathedral is a superb piece of architecture, offering three gothic spires and a great viewpoint over the city. Barbara Hepworth’s secret sculpture garden, in St Ives, is a wonderful way to peacefully pass some time and you can’t really visit Cornwall and not pay a visit to the Cornish Cyder Farm at Callestick. But don’t blame us for the hangover in the morning!