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St George's Country House
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St George's Country House is an exclusive country house situated in its own grounds overlooking Perranporth, a picturesque town in the heart of Cornwall, boasting its famous 3 mile stretch of golden beach. From the house you can enjoy outstanding views of the surrounding countryside and we are only minutes from the coastal footpaths, making it an ideal base for touring and sightseeing in Cornwall. The St.Georges Country House is an ideal central base from which to explore Cornwall, as the northern border with Devon and Lands End are only an hours drive away, with Truro, Falmouth and the south coast even closer. The world famous Eden Project is only a 40 minute drive away. The area has something for everyone, with activities such as gliding, parachuting, climbing, surfing, walking, horse riding and golf to name but a few and nearby. Perranporth's three miles of beautiful golden sand is ideal for family days out on the beach. Other attractions include a boating lake, hard and grass tennis courts, pitch and putt, and outdoor bowling. Visitors are made most welcome. Fishing can be enjoyed at three close locations: Bolingey Lake, Rosewater and Oakridge Farm. 'Twitchers' can spend some very pleasant hours in the hide located at Nansmellyn Marsh Nature. Cornwall's renowned mild climate makes it an ideal holiday destination at all times of the year. Add all this to the warm hospitality and good food at St. George's and you will have a holiday to remember.

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