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Nestled in a lovely area of the North Cornwall coast, our holiday tipis in Perranporth are around six miles south-west of Newquay and home to one of the most spectacular, family friendly holiday beaches in the country. Perranporth’s dog-friendly beach offers over three miles of pristine sand, huge dunes, home to a dazzling array of wildlife and when the conditions are right, surfing in Perranporth is some of the best in the country.
In the land that inspired Poldark, your tipi holiday will be jam (and clotted cream tea) packed with fun things to do in Perranporth and around. The bustling yet quaint center of Perranporth offers a great selection of shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs and bars that cater for every taste – and there’s always the popular Watering Hole beach bar meaning you may never have to leave the sand.
There is surfing in Perranporth and schools to teach those less confident, but also a wide range of other water sports and activities on offer, including body boarding, sailing, fishing and diving. There’s even a kite buggy school in Perranporth, for a really unique adventure on the sands. It’s possible to venture out on horseback around Perranporth and for a truly unforgettable experience, there’s also the local skydiving club. At low tide, a natural open air pool is exposed offering a great place to cool down on those sunny Cornish summer holiday days.
Close to Perranporth holiday tipis are plenty of coastal walking opportunities and a golf course with stunning beach views and a pitch and putt for those who prefer the shorter golfing game. The Perranporth country market is held year round every Friday and at the Promenade Gardens it’s possible to hire a boat to row around the lake for a great bit of family bonding, or a romantic outing. The Perranporth museum offers an insight into Cornish life and also a great slice of surfing history, while the nearby village of Rose is home to the Iron Age fort of Perran Round, an imagination inspiring place thought to be one of the oldest theatres in the UK.
Whatever floats your boat, Perranporth has something to offer you and being so close to Newquay, your options are almost limitless. We make sure we find the best holiday lettings and rental tipis for you in Perranporth so you can enjoy the finest holiday in Cornwall.