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Perranporth is a small seaside resort town on the north coast of Cornwall. It is 6 miles southwest of Newquay and 7 miles northwest of Truro. Perranporth is well loved for its 3 mile long beach and dunes which face the Atlantic Ocean. It is said that St Piran arrived in Cornwall at Perranporth in the 5th Century and that he was tied to a millstone which miraculously floated. This is celebrated yearly in early March by a re-enactment on the beach itself.
Perranporth is a popular holiday destination due to its sandy beach which is favoured by surfers and families alike. The town contains all the cafes, restaurants and shops you would expect to find in such a popular holiday village and the surrounding area is liberally sprinkled with guest houses, holiday camps and caravans.
Post Office, Co-op, Premier Shop, Butchers:, Boots Chemist, Londis
Restaurants hotels and pubs:
Jaipur Indian Restaurant, Griffs Grill , Ponsmere Hotel, St George’s Country Hotel, The Watering Hole, Perranporth Inn
Sports facilities & clubs:
Perranporth Surf School, Reen Manor Stables, Perranporth Flying Club
Perranporth Golf Club
4 miles from A30 (the main arterial route through Cornwall)
7 miles from Truro Train Station (mainline to Paddington)
9 miles from Newquay Airport
(Bus 557 travels along the north coast from Newquay to St Ives once in each direction Sunday to Friday, stopping at St Agnes and Perranporth en route. Bus T1 travels from Truro (40 minutes, hourly) to St Agnes, but only a few daily buses travel on to Perran-porth (15 minutes, five daily Monday to Saturday). )
Holywell Bay Fun Park 7.6 miles, Newquay Zoo 8.4 miles, Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm 3.3 miles, Lappa Valley 6 miles