Cornish Market World (Cornwall) Reviews
Description:The largest indoor market in Great Britain. Stadium Retail Park, St Austell, Cornwall. Tel: +44(0)1726 812544.
Newest Review: ... a couple of warehouse units housing many stalls. There are clear pathways between each row of stalls but be warned, if you want to see it all, have some good walking feet. It really is a big market to cover. First time visitors, and even second time, will be forgiven for getting disoriented or lost inside the market. Keep a close eye on your kids. If they wander off you might not meet again ... more
Customer Cornish Market World (Cornwall) Reviews (3)
by - written on 21/05/03, updated on 21/05/03 (Very useful, 1487 readings)
Before you decide to visit Cornish Market World, be aware that it opens only on Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday. If travelling to the venue by car you will find two large car parks. The first is the most convenient and will bring you right into the market, the second is a short walk to the venue which doesn?t seem like much, but when you return laden with goods, you?ll wish you parked closer! This market, in terms of a brief overview, is a couple of warehouse units housing many stalls. There are clear pathways between each row of stalls but be warned, if you want to see it all, have some good walking feet. It really is a big market to cover. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/01, updated on 17/09/01 (Very useful, 1373 readings)
Saturday 1st September 03.30am: Leave Essex…yawn:o( 10.00am: Arrive Cornwall :o) 10.10am: Dump luggage in caravan, drive 3 miles down the road to the Cornish market. 10.30am: Sit in car at Cornish Market World car park munching on hot pasties :o) :o)!! That my dear friends, was the start of a wonderful holiday in Cornwall for me and mine a couple of weeks ago! Here beginneth the second op in the ‘Cornish’ series! I was amazed to discover that there was already a category for this great place with one solitary little op in it, by the op writer known as nikkisly! May I be permitted to add my little contribution to this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/00, updated on 15/12/00 (Very useful, 386 readings)
If you are the sort of person who simply cannot resist a bargain, then Cornish Market World will be right up your street. It is (allegedly) the biggest indoor market in Great Britain, boasting 80,000 square feet of covered space filled with more than 300 stalls. You can spend a whole day browsing for bargains, sustained by food and drinks from one of the two restaurants on site, or from one of the myriad of vans located just outside which sell all sorts of fast food from piping hot donuts to steak sandwiches. There is a huge variety of stalls which seem to sell everything at market prices. You can buy clothes, fresh meat, watches, tapes and CD's, ... Read the complete review
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