Higher Trevellas, St. Agnes, Cornwall, TR5 0XS
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Perran View Holiday Village on the Cornish Riviera offers superb holiday accommodation in surroundings that offer something for every holiday visitor. Situated between Perranporth and St. Agnes, Perran View makes the ideal base from which to explore Cornwall's dramatic Atlantic coastline.
Perran View Holiday Park does not accept bookings from all male or all female parties under the age of 25 or from mixed parties under 21.
Bed linen, towels and tea towels are not provided so please bring your own.
Cots and high chairs are available for hire at £12 each per break but, if hiring a cot, please remember to bring your own cot linen and blankets.
There is a choice of two sizes of villa available for parties of between 4 and 8. All are designed with spacious interiors to make sure that your stay is a comfortable one. All the villas have colour TV, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, and a double sofa bed in the living room.
Service Charge £8.50 per unit per night per £9.50 break, £10 per unit per night per £15 break
Entertainment+ Passes £6 per person per £9.50 break, £8 per person per £15 break
Dog Friendly £25.00 per dog
Peak Date Supplement: £3.50 per person per break Jul 6, 13, Aug 31, Sep 3, Oct 19, 26, 29; £6 per person per break Mar 26, 30, Apr 2, 6, 9, May 25, 28, Jul 16, 20, Aug 24, 27, Oct 22
PAY ONLY £9.50 Mar 2, 5, 9, Apr 30, Oct 8, 12, 15
PAY ONLY £15.00 Jun 4, 11
Whether you're after culture or thrills, scenery or mystery you will find them all a stone's throw from Perran View. Just two miles from the sea and the glorious beaches, yet close to breathtaking moors and charming villages there is a wealth of places to discover in the area. A car is advised to really get the most from your holiday.
Several spectacular beaches are within a few minutes' drive, and surfing, windsurfing, gliding and sailing are all available. The seaside towns of Newquay and Perranporth are also close by if you feel like combining your sunbathing with a little shopping or sightseeing. If Cornish heritage is more your style, then a day exploring the delightful fishing village of St. Agnes or the old Cornish towns such as Mevagissey or Fowey (PRONOUNCED FOY) will not disappoint. Closer to home, the Cathedral town of Truro with its soaring spires is well worth a visit. And should you fancy an evening out, the Cornwall Coliseum provides excellent live entertainment.
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