St Agnes Cornwall is the perfect holiday destination if you would like to spend your time in a picturesque country setting. St Agnes is on the North coast of Cornwall and the beaches are well worth the visit. Aggie, as it is affectionally known to its residents, is an idyllic tourist haven if you just like to enjoy nature. Everything that you need is conveniently placed for a wonderful getaway.
St Agnes Beaches
Since St. Agnes Cornwall is a coastal town, of course, the beaches are a major attraction.
Trevaunance Cove – This is St Agnes Cornwall’s main beach. It is family-friendly, perfect for little ones to enjoy the sea and sand. When the tide is low, rockpools are revealed for eager explorers. If you fancy a surf you can also catch some pretty decent waves. Trevaunance Cove also allows you to take your dog to the shoreline.
Chapel Porth Beach – This beach is pristine and well maintained. It is a National Trust owned beach. It is good for surfing and belly boarding. The annual Bellyboarding Championships is held here every September.
Trevellas Cove- It’s a perfect place for a picnic. You can do some rock climbing, paddling and swimming here.
There are some beaches nearby that are also worth looking into.
Porthtowan Beach- It’s a family-friendly beach. It also has good lifeguard support.
Perranporth Beach- There good beach facilities and many rockpools to explore.
While staying at Avalon Guest House in Newquay, you will have easy access to the countryside and beaches and other attractions that Cornwall has to offer.
Avalon is a privately-owned non-smoking guest house, situated in a leafy residential part of the town.
We are only 250 metres from Tolcarne Beach and some half a mile from the town centre.
Our guest house is equipped for business travellers, family holidays, and those looking for a romantic retreat. We also happily accommodate surfing guests, especially for the yearly Boardmasters Competition. Avalon Guest House is also perfect for small groups travelling together.
Avalon Guest House is also perfect for small groups travelling together. Experience Cornish hospitality in your own affordable, stylish Cornish accommodation, home from home. We aim to offer the very best accommodation Cornwall could wish you to experience.
More Accommodation In St Agnes
St Agnes Cornwall is a small town, but there is a great variety of accommodation to choose from. There are hotels, b&b’s and camping sites if you like the outdoors. Here are a few that you may want to look into if you plan on vacationing in St Agnes Cornwall
-The St Agnes Hotel
- Little Orchard Village
- The Porthvaen
- Trevaunance Cottage B & B
- Beacon Country House Hotel
- Duchy Holidays
If you prefer the camping option, you can look into Beacon Cottage Farm Touring Park.
Things to do in St Agnes
Even though you may be spending much of your time enjoying the beaches, you may want to switch things up a bit to get the most out of your holiday. St Agnes Cornwall is wonderful for walks and hikes. The South West Coast Path is pretty popular. Many tourists like to walk to some of the iconic spots like the St Agnes Beacon which is known for its magnificent views. St Agnes Head and the iconic Wheal Coates engine house are also popular choices. You can also do a bit of kayaking if you want to spend some time on the water.
There is no shortage of restaurants and pubs in St Agnes. You can check out a few while you holiday.
- Schooners- Specializes in Cornish dishes, beers, and cocktails.
- The Tap House- Popular spot for food, drinks, and music.
- Peterville Inn- Restaurant and bar with a great ambiance.
- The Driftwood Spars – Known for great ale and good food.
So, St Agnes Cornwall is a rustic vacation destination that has married country allure to holiday fun. You can surf, kayak, swim, walk and hike or you can take it easy in the many eateries, restaurants, cafes, and pubs. So if you are in South West England, St Agnes Cornwall should certainly be on your radar. You will be in for a treat.