St. Agnes in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... on the Caravan Club site, but now we camp at Beacon Cottage Farm, just down the road. The campsite is in a stunning setting, with wonderful views over the North Cornish coastline, and amazing sunsets if you are lucky with the weather. There are a number of local beaches, we tend to go to Chapel Porth which is a fairly small beach although much bigger when the tide goes out and you can walk around the headlands either side of the bay. In St Agnes itself is Trevaunance Cove which is a lovely pebbly beach at the bottom end of the village. The are plenty of pubs and places to eat. The Driftwood is a great pub which serves nice food, just... more
Customer St. Agnes in General Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/09/08 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I have been on holiday to St Agnes every since I was just 3 weeks old! Both my parents families holidayed here, and my parents met her, so naturally we have carried on. Nearly 30 years on, I now go with my own family and also have a group of friends who join us. We now go for the Bank Holiday Weekend at the end of August, and meet up with other family and friends who travel down at the same time. Previously I stayed on the Caravan Club site, but now we camp at Beacon Cottage Farm, just down the road. The campsite is in a stunning setting, with wonderful views over the North Cornish coastline, and amazing sunsets if you are lucky with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/08 (Very useful, 18 readings)
St Agnes is alovely little village near Perranpporth on the north cornish coast. The road to get to St Agness passes Presingoll Barns which is always a nice stop off to collect goodies to take home. St Agnes itself has a small selection of shops and then you drive down to the car park which is situated near the slipway straight into the sea. The beach here is great, there is nice soft sand for the kids to play on and if you venture a bit further out and see the dramatic cliffs overhanging, there are great rockpools to venture in and the kids can play in these for hours searching for crabs and little fish. There is a nice cliff walk from ... Read the complete review
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