St Agnes

St Agnes Holidays

 

Quintessentially Cornish, St Agnes is a lively and picturesque village.

Feast on fresh, local seafood and produce, surf the waves, explore the unspoilt coves and bays, and sip a sundowner overlooking the sparkling sea.

Steeped in history and legend, and with an abundance of artisan shops, pubs, cafes and restaurants, St Agnes ticks all the boxes for a relaxing get-away by the sea.

Get Active

Kayaking tours can be booked from St Agnes to explore the coves, caves and hidden beaches of the area and experience Cornwall from a different viewpoint. Book lessons at a local surf schools, discover rock pools, spectacular coastal walks and take in the panoramic view from St Agnes Beacon. Nearby Perranporth has a links golf course in the dunes, horse riding school and airfield for flying lessons and hang gliding.

Food and Drink

For a little Cornish village, St Agnes packs a punch for places to eat and drink. With a great range of bars and pubs, both traditional and contemporary, a fabulous beachside restaurant, and lovely cafes offering artisan coffee and freshly baked pastries, there’s a plethora of choice. Takeaways include fish and chips, Chinese, pizza, a vegan bakery, ice creams, and of course not forgetting the infamous Cornish pasty!

Beach Life

Enjoy a rural stroll down the hill to feel the sand between your toes at Trevaunace Cove. Paddle in the crystal clear water, explore the many rockpools, pack a picnic or treat yourself at one of the beach bars or restaurants. Take the kids, take the dog, and settle into this sheltered cove for a delightful day at the beach.

Culture and history

St Agnes got its name from the legend of the Bolster giant. He fell in love with local girl Agnes who eventually managed to rid the village of Bolster’s tyranny, the story of which is re-enacted each May in a village pageant. The local landscape shows the mining legacy of the area, and is recognised as both a World Heritage Site, and an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

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Perran View 92, Tregye

Sleeps 6 | Bedrooms 3 | St. Agnes | Dog friendly

A wheelchair accessible villa at Perran View Holiday Park, between Perranporth and St Agnes. Sleeps six with a double and two twin bedrooms.

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Perran View 51

Sleeps 4 | Bedrooms 2 | St. Agnes | Dog friendly

A family villa on Perran View Holiday Park, just five minutes' drive from both Perranporth and St Agnes. Sleeps four with a double and a twin bedroom.

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1 Pen Mor Cottage

Sleeps 4 | Bedrooms 2 | St. Agnes

A delightful 19th Century semi-detached cottage near Chapel Porth beach, ten minutes' walk to St. Agnes village. Sleeps four guests, with one super king bedroom and one twin bedroom.

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Bryanack

Sleeps 6 | Bedrooms 3 | St. Agnes | Dog friendly

A lovely bungalow in rural St Agnes, with stunning views across the Cornish countryside and down to Chapel Porth beach. Sleeps six guests with a double and two twin bedrooms.

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Perran View 80

Sleeps 6 | Bedrooms 3 | St. Agnes

A family villa on Perran View Holiday Park, just five minutes' drive from both Perranporth and St Agnes. Sleeps six with a double and two twin bedrooms. Available as a short-term winter let: £230 per week. Terms apply.

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Gargoyle Cottage

Sleeps 6 | Bedrooms 3 | St. Agnes

A spacious and cosy terraced cottage in the heart of St. Agnes, a short walk from the local shops, cafes and bars. Sleeps six with two doubles and a twin bedroom.

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