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Fabulous house very near Charlestown Harbour in Charlestown provides accommodations with free WiFi, 1.6 miles from Crinnis Beach, 3.4 miles from Eden Project and 17 miles from Newquay Train Station. Lovely, cosy and clean house with everything we needed for our stay. Ten minutes walk down to the port.
Starfish Cottage, a property with a terrace, is located in Charlestown, a 15-minute walk from Porthpean Beach, 1.8 miles from Crinnis Beach, as well as 4.1 miles from Eden Project. location was great, nice village and great point to go around and visit nearby places. the property has a driveway which was handy. well furnished kitchen
Fabulous house very near Charlestown Harbour in Charlestown has accommodations with free WiFi, 1.6 miles from Crinnis Beach, 3.4 miles from Eden Project and 17 miles from Newquay Train Station. The location is great..within walking distance to the harbour and restaurants. The property was spotless and the kitchen was fully equipped...including dishwasher tabs and washing machine sachets. Bed linen and towels all spotless.
Located in Charlestown, just a 7-minute walk from Porthpean Beach, So Tranquil has accommodations with a garden, a private beach area, a terrace and free WiFi. Super location, walking distance of beautiful Charlestown with its wonderful restaurants and bars. Great base to explore mid-Cornwall. Clean and comfortable accommodation. Hot tub a huge bonus.
Baytree B&B in Charlestown provides accommodations with free WiFi, 3.8 miles from Eden Project, 17 miles from Newquay Train Station and 7.8 miles from St Catherines Castle. Perfect B&B. Breakfast was delicious and ample. Room was beautiful, the bed comfy and shower excellent. We received a warm welcome and Dawn catered for our every needs. Own Entrance which was a bonus.
Featuring sea views, Damelzas Cottage provides accommodations with a terrace and an electric tea pot, around 1.4 miles from Crinnis Beach. I visited here with my partner but would also be ideal if you had kids. Very clean , really nicely and lovingly decorated , the location is really great for most places you might want to visit in Cornwall and it's only a short walk to the sea front, beach and pubs/restaurants. Would definitely love to come stay again.
Casa Mia in Charlestown has accommodations with free WiFi, 4.8 miles from Eden Project, 18 miles from Newquay Train Station and 8.8 miles from St Catherines Castle. We visited in November and found the cottage to be extremely comfortable and warm. Fantastic location with lovely sea view.
Churchtown is lovely historic harbour. Old fashioned pubs with food. We liked the Rashleigh arms for drinks and they had a quiz on Tuesday. We were mainly driving but took public transport on the Friday, cost us nothing on our Liverpool Bus Passes. Was reliable.
Having never been to Charlestown before it was a real treat. Loved the history, harbour is beautiful. The area is very well looked after, appreciate it was at the beginning of the season but everywhere was clean and tidy. Lots of places to eat, food was lovely and reasonably priced. Would definitely recommend.
It is a very atmospheric place around the old harbour & lively enough in the day with lots of facilities around such as the harbour barbecue & a particular favourite of ours a bar called the Rum Sailor built into the side of the harbour, plenty of good Quality restaurants we used the Pier Hotel on 2 occasions & Wreckers Bar both had good quality sea food. My wife never tries of walking round the old harbour which has often been used in TV series such as Poldark & Taboo.
Great little town. Picturesque, museum, old ships, plenty of pubs/restaurants. 2small beaches, but other bigger beaches not to far. An ideal place for all. As with all holiday destinations take enough money. The Rashliegh Arms and Pier Hotel are very good pubs which have restaurants . We had a meal in the Rashliegh which was very good. The Pier Hotel is almost sitting on harbourside, making it a good outdoor sitting area, with plenty of room. Getting around Charlestown is easy. A gentle slope leads down to harbour and beach. Parking there we had no problem.
Lovely to look at .... A bit of a model village with good pubs and restaurants. If anything, a bit too touristy with not much in the way of an authentic local community left ... and no local shop. St Austell brewery has a bit of a grip on the hostelries, with only a couple of independents. Saying that, a beautiful setting with good access to the coastal path (although Porthpean direction is currently closed), a nice little beach and Porthpean beach is not far away either. Handy for St Austell shops and great for other attractions in Cornwall, like the Eden Project, Hangloose, Lost Gdns of Heligan, Adrenaline Quarry, Cornwall Watersports (at Pentewan), Fowey .... even Tintagel & St Michael's Mount are only about an hour away.
Charming and intriguing setting, full of history and contemporary life. Looks like and actually is a film set! Good range of places to eat and drink but no where to buy basic groceries; nearest supermarket is a car ride away. Best thing about Charlestown is the harbour walls, for strolling around, views out to sea and for enthusiastic young people diving off into the sea