Perranporth holiday cottages are in an unbeatable location for surfing Atlantic waves and walking the Southwest Coast Path. This laid-back resort overlooks three miles of golden sand on a particularly dramatic stretch of the North Cornwall coast. Self-catering holidays in Perranporth are perfect for anyone who wants to unwind by the ocean with easy access to Cornwall’s top attractions. The beach is undoubtedly one of the region’s most spectacular with unique cliff arches, great surfing conditions and a natural sea pool which is topped up by the tide. There’s a variety of surf schools and shops right by the beach if you want to book surfing lessons or hire equipment, and thanks to the west-facing direction of the bay and gently sloping, sandy shore, the waves are consistent and suitable for surfers of all levels.
3 miles from the North Cornwall coast at Perranporth, Trelydarth is a large Cornish holiday cottage set in a secluded rural location sleeping 12 guests in the village of Penhallow. Pets welcome.
- Sleeps 12
- Bedrooms 6
- Bathrooms 2
The Southwest Coast Path passes right through Perranporth, offering breathtaking views across the Atlantic Ocean from soaring clifftops scattered with the remains of old tin mines. Walk along the shore to Ligger’s Point while the tide is low before making your way back to the village though the sand dunes, which are home to rare birds, butterflies and sunbathing lizards. Alternatively, head inland to Perran Round, an Iron Age fort which is thought to be one of the UK’s oldest theatres. The village of Perranporth is centered around the beach and you are never more than a few minutes’ walk from the ocean. There’s even a bar right on the sand, the Watering Hole, where you can watch the sunset with a pint of local ale, enjoy live bands in the summer or watch wild storms during the winter. From your holiday cottage in Perranporth, many of North Cornwall’s best attractions will be a few miles away. The Eden Project, Land’s End, Newquay and Falmouth are all close enough for day trips, while directly to the west, the St Agnes Heritage Coast is an unspoiled stretch of secret, rocky coves and sandy bays.