Presingoll Barns (St. Agnes) Reviews
Description:Penwinnick Road, , St Agnes, Cornwall, PL276RA. Tel: +44(0)1872 553007. Factory outlet set in beautiful countryside
Newest Review: ... mall albeit on a small basis and selling a number of different gifts. Whenevr we have been to cornwall we usually call here to grab a few presents to bring back. Originally, Presingoll Barns was just selling pottery but now they have developed into lots of different things, they stil sell poterry but now they also have a glassware shop, candle shop, childrens toy shop amongst others. I ... more
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by - written on 17/07/08 (Very useful, 287 readings)
Presingoll Barns is situated on the road to St Agnes on the north coast on Cornwall. Its essentially a gourp of old barns that was redevloped into a shopping mall albeit on a small basis and selling a number of different gifts. Whenevr we have been to cornwall we usually call here to grab a few presents to bring back. Originally, Presingoll Barns was just selling pottery but now they have developed into lots of different things, they stil sell poterry but now they also have a glassware shop, candle shop, childrens toy shop amongst others. I think there may be an outdoor play are for the children if I remember correctly for if the weather ... Read the complete review
by Darren Adams - written on 29/10/06
My family and I holiday in Cornwall every October and a visit to the barns is always on our 'to-do' list.The range of products available is amazing.We always come away with bags full of Christmas presents,new decorations for our tree and a box or 2 of the delicious fudge that's sold.A visit to the cafe is always welcome with great food at reasonable prices.I'd go for the cream tea,you won't be disappointed.
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