Cheap Hotels in St. Agnes
Near St Agnes Museum
With a restaurant and a pub, St Agnes Hotel is located in the coastal village of St Agnes, just 3 minutes’ drive from the stunning St Agnes Heritage Coast. This pet-friendly property offers free WiFi and free private parking. All the rooms at St Agnes Hotel feature a smart TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Each room has en suite bathroom facilities, with a shower and toiletries. A full Cornish breakfast or lighter options are served in the dining room between 08:00 and 11:30. Dishes are prepared using local fresh produce, with a fantastic selection of vegetarian options. This hotel is set in a historic 17th century building in the centre of the village. The beach is just 10 minutes’ walk away.
Near St Agnes Museum
The Porthvean Hotel
Near St Agnes Museum
Rose in Vale Country House Hotel
An intimate luxury country house hotel set on the North Cornish Coast in the village of Mithian, with close links to St Agnes, Truro and Perranporth. With seasonal outdoor pool, an AA rosette for its restaurant and free Wi-Fi. Offering the perfect escape for a romantic getaway due to its peaceful and tranquil location. This hotel is exclusive for adults with no children under 12 years accepted. There is a great team of local long standing staff who provide a professional and friendly service, with somebody always on hand to help you plan a trip or to share their local knowledge of the area. The hotel pride themselves on offering a relaxing and comfortable atmosphere, tasteful décor, friendly service and a sincere welcome. There is a choice of 18 bedrooms and suites, all tastefully appointed and equipped to high standards. All are fitted with individually controlled central heating, television, radio, hairdryer, beverage tray and en-suite bathroom as a minimum. For the less able, there are 3 ground floor rooms with level access to the gardens, the pool and restaurant. The Rose Suite, designed for the romantic at heart or just for self indulgence offers a queen sized four-posted bed, separate sitting room, spa bath, walk in shower and some special touches. The Valley Restaurant boasts sweeping bay windows that overlook rose beds and lawns to the wooded slopes beyond. The house has a genuine sense of country charm that is readily apparent in the huge open fire that greets restaurant visitors and residents alike during the winter months. A new menu is created every day to take advantage of the wonderful local produce, a selection of four starters, five main courses and seven desserts are offered, in addition to this in the summer months there are special dishes available such as freshly caught mussels, crab and lobster. As everything is prepared in house most diets can be catered for. This is different to many wedding venues in that it still feels like a home.
Hotels in St. Agnes
In a stunning position on the north Cornish coast in south-west England, St Agnes lies at the heart of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is a World Heritage Site.
St Agnes has a fascinating and rich history, mainly based around its mining heritage. The tin discovered here was of particularly high quality. Today, the Blue Hills Mine at St Agnes remains the very last production centre in the UK. Towering over the pretty village is the iconic profile of Wheal Coates, the evocative ruin that symbolises this once huge industry. The shaft goes all the way down to the sea, and at high tide you can hear the waves crashing through the metal grate on the floor. The mine itself is accessible through a cave on Chapel Porth beach when the tide is out.
From St Agnes hotels you can explore an area shaped by its great mining legacy, whether it's the haunting surrounding landscapes, the iconic mine workings, the old harbour, or the magnificent houses once owned by wealthy mine owners.
Beaches and Landmarks
The actual parish of St Agnes stretches ten miles inland across rolling hills and farm land, punctuated with the remains of once busy workings. Along the coast you will encounter wild cliffs and spectacular views, plus some special beaches. Porthtowan is a large sandy beach that is regularly awarded Blue Flag status, has nearby shops and cafés and is the perfect family friendly seaside escape. At the top of the pretty winding valley that leads up from here, you will discover Mount Hawke, a little village that grew from the copper mining boom, where there are pubs and shops.
Nearby is the fascinating village of Mithian, which is one of the oldest in Cornwall. Many of the houses are built from cob, which is simply clay reinforced with straw and horse hair, and are three to four hundred years old.
The hugely successful Poldark novels that inspired the 1970s TV series and 2015 re-make were written by Winston Graham, who lived in Perranporth, just a few miles from St Agnes. The author drew a great deal of his inspiration from the ruggedly beautiful surrounding terrain and its unique industrial heritage. In fact Winston Graham gave permission for this evocative part of North Cornwall to be called Poldark Country!
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in St. Agnes
What are the best hotels to stay in St. Agnes?The best hotels to stay in St. Agnes are St Agnes Hotel and Rosemundy Villa.
What are the most convenient hotel rates in St. Agnes?Rosemundy Villa in St. Agnes offers one night in a double room at the price of £150.
What hotels are in the central St. Agnes neighborhood?St Agnes Hotel and Rosemundy Villa are located in the central neighborhood of St. Agnes.
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