St Agnes Holiday Cottages

Ten miles southwest of Newquay is a pocket-sized village considered the essence of rural Cornwall. With dog-friendly beaches, spectacular coastal paths, mouthwatering eateries and independent boutiques, this is a one-stop destination for relaxation. If you're searching for a holiday destination that lets you escape the hustle of everyday life then this is the place for you. As a designated AONB the sheltered beach, Trevaunance Cove, nestles in a valley with gently sloping sands into the water. Well known as a surfing spot, this beautiful beach is also home to local crab, lobster and mackerel fishermen who land their catch. A ten-minute drive along the coast takes you to Chapel Porth, a National Trust property with stunning views across the Atlantic and hosts the annual Belly Board Championships in September. If you're looking for the perfect place to escape, look no further than one of our St Agnes holiday cottages.

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Inspiration of things to see and do in our holiday cottages in St Agnes

This picturesque village on the north coast of Cornwall offers a delightful mix of coastal beauty, historical sites, and outdoor activities. If you're after another authentic Cornish experience then it is worth taking a drive an hour south to St Just. Take a walk to the westernmost point Cape Cornwall and enjoy the views at sunset from one of our St Just holiday cottages. With the largest collection of self-catering cottages in Cornwall, we have the perfect home away from home for you.

Here are the top five things to see and do in our holiday cottages in St. Agnes:

Explore St. Agnes Heritage Coast

Explore the St. Agnes Heritage Coast, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) with rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, and scenic coastal paths. Enjoy walks along the South West Coast Path and soak in the breathtaking views.

Enjoy Chapel Porth Beach

Spend time at Chapel Porth Beach, a beautiful cove known for its iconic engine house perched on the cliffs. Enjoy beachcombing, and surfing, or indulge in a delicious Cornish cream tea at the National Trust café.

Discover more at St. Agnes Museum

Visit St. Agnes Museum, housed in a former chapel, to learn about the village's mining history, local heritage, and maritime connections.

Hike up St. Agnes Beacon

Hike up St. Agnes Beacon, a prominent hill offering panoramic views of the coast and countryside. It's a fantastic spot for watching sunsets or enjoying a picnic with stunning vistas.

Relax at Trevellas Porth

Explore Trevellas Porth, a hidden gem of a beach located just north of St. Agnes. This secluded cove is perfect for rock pooling and enjoying some quiet time by the sea.

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