National Trust, near us!
You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to places to explore in Cornwall, from magnificent gardens to historic houses, landmarks and a rugged coastline dotted with the remains of a once booming mining industry.
For National Trust lovers, there are so many spectacular spots to visit in Cornwall. Here are the ones you’ll find nearby, when staying with us, in Perranporth or St Agnes
Newquay, 19 minutes by car from Perranporth.
Built in 1576, Trerice is the grand Elizabethan family home of the Arundell family. With a varied garden featuring a small orchard of traditional Cornish apples, the decorate ‘Knot Garden’ with twisted pathways and beautifully planted borders. A colourful bloom of flowers, tulips and lush foliage and a ‘Kayling lawn’ with views of the sprawling Cornish countryside.
Chapel Porth & Wheal Coates
St Agnes, 15 minutes by car from Perranporth.
Dramatic mining ruins sit atop the cliffs overlooking this Cornish beach. A sheltered, shingle cove at high tide opening out to a wide expanse of sandy beach at low tide. With craggy coves, gorse-covered coast paths and the famous ‘Hedgehog Ice cream’, it’s a must visit!
Always check the tide times before visiting.