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Holiday cottages in PORTREATH, Cornwall

SW6545 : Cliff, revetment and a precariously placed house, Portreath beachSW6545 : Portreath BeachSW6545 : Cliffs north of PortreathSW6545 : Portreath surferSW6545 : Pier at Portreath HarbourSW6545 : Railings in Portreath
Portreath is an attractive, unspoiled Cornish coastal village located between Redruth and Perranporth. Visitors to the village are drawn to its sandy beach and scenic surroundings, criss-crossed with cycle trails, footpaths and bridleways. As is the case with many of the idyllic villages and towns located on the west coast of Cornwall, the impressive Atlantic breakers make this an ideal spot to surf, as well as engage in other water sports.

The village has several pleasant pubs and restaurants, with locally caught fish frequently featured on their menus. A delightful meal in the village followed by a peaceful stroll along the spectacular coastal path, watching the sun set over the water, is just one of the magical memories a visit to Portreath can provide.

With larger towns only a short drive away, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy high quality cultural and historical adventures; the nearby Shire Horse Farm and Carriage Museum provides a fascinating insight into the age of horse-drawn transport, whilst East Pool Mine gives visitors a chance to learn more about pit life in the 1800s.

SW6545 : Portreath - 1986