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Tel code: 01841 | code search
Postcode: PL28 | code search
Population: 1600
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Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
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Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
Tom Bawcock's Eve

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Farmers Arms
"Lovely pub in a lovely village but with absolutely shocking customer service. We went on the last evening of our family holiday, we were in the pub at 5.30 and ..." More

Harlyn Sands Holiday Park
"This is a great working class campsite, a real gem, when they say bucket and spade, read beer and bingo, I love a drink and smoke with my kids as ..." More

Harlyn Sands Holiday Park
"I was very disappointed with the staff. We arrived early and asked for a pitch near the toilets because we were staying in a folding camper and had no toilet. ..." More

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St Merryn is a pleasing village positioned on the northern edge of Cornwall, and is home to nearly sixteen hundred people. The village is shrouded in history from the Iron Age Settlers who first came here, to the Normans who built a church here, although the church was eventually replaced with the 15th Century structure dedicated to St Thomas The Martyre which can be seen today. Inside the church will reveal interesting treasures and the changes that have taken place over time. The surrounding Cornish landscape cannot be ignored, and is woven into the village motto, seven bays for seven days, which hints at the stunning sandy beaches and fabulous secluded bays backed by sand dunes which entice visitors, whether swimming, surfing, or walking. There is a really good choice of restaurants to savour, cafes offering delicious cream teas, bars, and welcoming pubs, and there are even surf shops which offer the where with all for any would be surfers. A mix of architecture can be seen around the village with the attractive grey slate cottages which huddle around the church and date back centuries, to modern buildings. There are a clutch of B&B's, hotels and campsites nearby for those visitors who may be tempted to linger.


Carnevas Holiday Park & Holiday Cottages
Harlyn Sands Holiday Park
Point Curlew Chalet & Touring Park
Tregavone Touring Park
Trevean Caravan & Camping Park


Adelin Lodge

Pub and Bar

Cornish Arms
Farmers Arms

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Trehoghjy (0.59 miles)

Trehoghjy is a delightful holiday home located in the select barn conversions of the 18th Century Harlyn House. It is an ideal spot for families, golfers or lovers of the North Cornwall coast. Situated at the ... More | visit website
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22 Bay Retreat (0.74 miles)

22 Bay Retreat
22 Bay Retreat is beautiful holiday house located on a select development on the outskirts of St Merryn and within easy reach of the stunning surrounding coastline and breathtaking beaches. Designed by award- winning local architects ... More | visit website
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Treglos Hotel (1.18 miles)

Treglos Hotel

Treglos hotel has been in the ownership of the Barlow family for well over 40 years. The family ensures that the very highest standards are maintained throughout the hotel and this is enhanced by the ... More | visit website

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Well Parc Hotel (1.80 miles)

Well Parc Hotel
The hotel is beautifully situated in almost two acres of grounds overlooking miles of glorious coastline, with Trevose Head to the left and the famous Round Hole of Trevone to the right. The Well Parc, ... More | visit website
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Molesworth Manor (2.36 miles)

Molesworth Manor
Molesworth Manor is a licensed guesthouse in a former rectory dating from the early 17th Century. It is situated in an attractive garden, 2 miles from the pretty fishing port of Padstow, and provides comfortable ... More | visit website
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Little Tregonna B&B (2.36 miles)

Little Tregonna B&B
Little Tregonna Guest House offers superior bed & breakfast accommodation in Padstow, Cornwall. Little Tregonna provides comfortable and relaxed accomodation with a warm and friendly atmosphere. Our quiet location with ample parking, double ... More | visit website
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Damara House (2.41 miles)

Damara House
Damara House is the first house within the Padstow town boundary and is bounded on the west side by fields. It is tranquil and peaceful offering stunning, uninterrupted views of the surrounding countryside while still ... More | visit website
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Cross House Hotel (2.77 miles)

Cross House Hotel

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Charming Georgian house with Grade II listing set in the Cornish harbour town of Padstow. Recently refurbished and beautifully furnished to a very high standard. Our aim is to combine the ... More

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Symply Padstow (2.78 miles)

Symply Padstow
Symply Padstow is a quality bed & breakfast accommodation for the discerning visitor in Padstow, North Cornwall.

Located just a stone's throw from the quayside shops, restaurants and romantic harbour. The picturesque harbour-town of ... More | visit website
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Pendeen House (2.78 miles)

Pendeen House

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Pendeen House overlooks Padstow’s Camel Estuary with beautiful views to Rock & Daymer Bay. Four ensuite rooms, including a family room. Decked terrace and spacious dining room. Just three minutes ... More

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