Stone House, formerly known as Sand Castles, is a great place to enjoy a relaxing break. Internally, the property has been finished to an excellent standard with all mod-cons being provided to make your holiday as comfortable as possible. This property is perfect for beach life with an outdoor shower, surf board storage in the garage and a patio area to the rear of the property to relax with a cool drink. A particular benefit is the parking with room for four vehicles.
Getting to the beach couldn’t be easier; simply walk a few steps from your front door and you’re there! The soft golden sand is a delight in summer or winter. Perfect for picnics, water sports or playing frisbee and, when you’ve had enough of the beach there is a friendly watering hole conveniently located right on the beach.
Perranporth is blessed with miles of golden sand making it popular with sun-worshipers and surfers alike. Formerly a prominent tin mining town, it is now a flourishing and thriving family-friendly holiday resort.
The town played a prominent role during the Second World War as it’s airfield was used as a Spitfire station. There is now a permanent reminder of this at the Perranporth airfield, where those who lost their lives are commemorated on a roll of honour.
Perranporth is ideally situated to explore the villages of the North Cornwall area including St Agnes, Porthtowan and Holywell Bay, famed for being the home of W. J. Burley, the creator of Cornish detective, Wycliffe.