The Local Area
The Local Area
The local village of Perranporth is now a popular family holiday destination, but in the 19th century, was a thriving tin mine village.
Located on the northern coast of the county of Cornwall, between St Agnes and Newquay, it has a population of just over 3000 inhabitants.
Cornwall's only city, Truro, is approximately 15 minutes drive away.
It's famous 3 mile long golden sandy beach has long been known to holidaying families and and during surfing season, attracts some of the surfing world's top names to participate in premier division competitions.
You will find Perranporth has a multitude of bars and eating establishments from Italian cuisine and Bistros to curry houses and sandwich/salad bars.
There are also plenty of souvenir shops as well as the butchers, bakers and supermarkets that you'll find in any village.
Perranporth Beach - Right On Your Doorstep
Golden sands - a paradise for children, with sea, surf and Cornish sunshine. Perranporth's fabulous sandy beach is one of Cornwall's finest, not only the number one with families, it is also famous the world over for its excellent surf and is often the venue for National Championships.
"A natural playground for all the family"
You can walk straight out onto the golden sands from the hotel. The views from the Ponsmere Hotel are truly magnificent - the three miles of tide-washed beach and the rugged Atlantic coastline make the 'Hotel on the Beach' a very special place indeed.
Last Updated (Thursday, 14 April 2011 01:37)