ABOUT THE AREA
Please note exterior elevations are CGI images of house styles within the development. Internal images of bedroom and lounge are CGI of the Penhale show home. Kitchen shown is example of specification from another Linden development and is example only. Please speak to negotiator for further details. Set about halfway down Cornwall’s long Northern coast, between Newquay and St Agnes, Perranporth is a medium-sized resort town. Naturally it is very much geared around beach life, with plenty of places to enjoy a family meal or a drink with friends.
For a greater range of amenities and for work opportunities, Cornwall’s capital city of Truro is less than ten miles away, with everything you’d need from high street and independent shops, the county’s main hospital and county council, the cathedral, cinema and theatres. This proximity means there is a vibrant year-round mix of locals and visitors.
Communications: Perranporth is only about five miles off the A30 trunk road. Regular bus services connect the neighbouring towns and villages. Truro is the nearest main line train station on the London-Penzance line. Shopping: For food, Perranporth has a small but well-stocked Co-op; or you can buy local at the Perranporth Country Market. Naturally there’s a great range of surf shops, and also hairdressers and pet shops, gift shops and thrift shops. Schools: Perranporth has its own community primary school, with other options at Mithian and Goonhavern. Newquay and Truro have the nearest secondary schools; Truro also has a range of independent options across all ages, as well as a popular college.
Pubs and restaurants: Great food choices in this fun town, especially in summer. The Watering Hole boasts to be the UK’s only bar on the beach, hosting live acts which you can enjoy the sand between your toes.
You can get authentic pizza at the Cornish Pizza Company, pub grub and a quaff at the Tywarnhayle Inn or Driftwood Spars, which serves a selection of “proper” Cornish ales and barista-style coffee.