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Tel code: 01872 | code search
Postcode: TR5 | code search
Population: 8000
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Birthplace of:
John Opie
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Hauntings and Ghosts:
The Haunted Mine of St Agnes
Folk Customs:
Cornish Midsummer Bonfires
Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
Padstow 'Obby 'Oss
Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
Tom Bawcock's Eve

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St Agnes Bolster Festival

St Agnes Carnival
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"We have just returned from a lovely few days in sunny, yes sunny, Cornwall. Our stay at The Aramay couldn't have been better. We had Room 1 which ..." More

"Met the lovely amie on arrival. A wonderful place to stay and relax. The woodland garden is calming and the coffee excellent. Do book a table at the Schooners Restaurant - get a ..." More

Tap House
"Excellent and highly recommended but you need to book during holiday season. Great atmosphere as well. Only downside is that, as everywhere in Cornwall, kitchen closes at 9PM.

Date visited: 7-7-08 ..." More

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The charming village of St Agnes was once a busy mining village and still retains this character with its miners’ cottages and the remains of engine houses dotted in and around the village. Stippy Stappy, a steeply stepped row of cottages, has become a defining feature of St Agnes. This is a thriving community with many village shops, pubs craft shops and galleries. Throughout the year St Agnes has a busy programme of events such as Bolster Day, celebrating the dastardly deeds of the local giant, and the West of England Steam Engine Rally. Nestling in a sheltered valley near a spectacular stretch of coast, the South West Coast Path here makes for great walks. There is also an extensive network of footpaths around St Agnes, making this a walkers’ paradise. Don’t miss a stroll up St Agnes Beacon, from where, on a clear day, it is said that you can see the spires of 27 churches! St Agnes is close to some great beaches, Trevaunance Cove, Chapel Porth, Porthtowan and Trevellas Porth, all with their own character. The first three are suitable for swimming and surfing, and have lifeguard patrol throughout the summer. Population 8,000


Beacon Cottage Farm Touring Park
Blue Hills Touring Park
Presingoll Farm Caravan & Camping Park


St Agnes Dental Practice

Pub and Bar

Driftwood Spars Hotel
Miners Arms
Peterville Inn
Railway Inn
Tap House


Chapel Porth Beach Cafe
China Palace
Miners Arms
Railway Inn
Rose-in-Vale Country House Hotel
Rosewood’s Restaurant
Sally’s Restaurant
St Agnes Meadery
Tap House


Mithian Junior & Infant School
St Agnes Primary School


Bolster Farm Cottage


Davies Partnership


St Agnes Taxis


Doody G M


Floral Cottage Designs
Tree of Life Organics
Linterior Design
St Agnes Bakery
J Earl Fishmongers
Bateman Quality Butchers
Churchtown Fruit & Veg
Presingoll Barns
Cornish Arts prints


Goonbell Riding Centre(Riding)

Places to Stay near St Agnes

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Bolster Farm Cottage (0.58 miles)

Bolster Farm Cottage

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Comfortable and spacious contemporary barn conversion with stunning views of countryside and sea. Near to several beaches and Coastal Footpath. Adjoining Farm Trail. Excellent local restaurants and pubs within walking ... More

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Beacon Country House Hotel (0.75 miles)

Beacon Country House Hotel

Situated in a quiet and beautiful area on the southerly slopes of St Agnes Beacon, and surrounded by two acres of undulating lawns, the Beacon Country House Hotel enjoys spectacular views over the surrounding ... More | visit website

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Skyber Byghan (1.50 miles)

Skyber Byghan is a semi-detached reverse level barn conversion attached to the owners property. Having undergone an extensive refurbishment including a newly fitted kitchen and bathroom the cottage now has a fresh contemporary feel with ... More | visit website
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Rose-in-Vale Country House Hotel (1.67 miles)

Rose-in-Vale Country House Hotel

As you turn into the drive, you know that you are somewhere special... this is Rose-in-Vale, a hotel which truly lives up to its name - a lovely Geogian Country manor House dating from the ... More | visit website

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St George's Country House (2.28 miles)

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 ... More | visit website
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The Beach Hotel (2.52 miles)

The Beach Hotel
Situated as the name suggests directly above the unspoilt sandy beach at Porthtowan. The hotel has probably one of the best locations in the county and all our rooms overlook the beach and sea. If ... More | visit website
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Whitehouse Luxury Lodge (3.25 miles)

Whitehouse Luxury Lodge

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Our premises include indoor and outdoor play areas, large outside patio area, fully licensed bar, restaurant with extensive adult and child menus set in country ... More

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Goonearl Cottage Guest House (3.57 miles)

Goonearl Cottage Guest House
Geoff, Sarah & Barbara, Welcome you to their traditional Cornish Cottage Guest House, set in its own beautiful grounds and perfectly situated for visiting all of Cornwall. Postioned in the picturesque parish of St.Agnes with ... More | visit website
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Crossroads Lodge (4.04 miles)

Crossroads Lodge

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A warm welcome awaits you at our hotel in the heart of Cornwall. Conveniently situated 2 miles east of Redruth just off the A30, we are an excellent base for ... More


Trelan (4.39 miles)

TRELAN, a former farmhouse which is over 200 years old, is in a peaceful location surrounded by open countryside. ... More

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