The Peterville Inn

Address: Peterville , St Agnes, Cornwall, England, TR5 0QU , United Kingdom | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on Peterville , St Agnes, is near Cornish Cyder Farm and Perranporth Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from St Agnes

The Eden Project and the Lost Garden of Heligan

A travel blog entry by brett_n_jen on Oct 23, 2015

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... also saw these cool little birds called Roal Roal Partridges that were colourful and busy. We spent over and hour in this sphere just because it was so cool.

After an amazing day, we drove to the surf town of Newquay, watched the Rugby semi-final – damn Kiwis – and had a pretty ****** sleep in a gross Belushi’s dorm.

The two gardens over the last two days were bloody beautiful and we are relishing autumn in the SW of England.

Ciao for now. ...

Devon and Cornwall - Day 2

A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Oct 22, 2015

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Waddled out the next morning to continue our exploration of Cornwall. On to the large fishing port of Newyrn then Mousehole, (pron. Mozzle) a lovely fishing village; both about 2 miles from Penzance.

Driving further west to Land's End we pass along hedged lanes, past stone farm houses and one section that is like cold climate rainforest, if there is such a ...

Devon and Cornwall - Day 1

A travel blog entry by 2dogs on Oct 22, 2015

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... Penzance via Berry Pomeroy, Paignton, Totnes, Ivybridge, Ugborough, Yealmington, Blunts, Quethiock, Dartmouth and Plymouth, looking for a village to stay the night.

Plymouth is a big port city, so we skirt around it and continue via the smaller coastal towns and villages.

Devon and Cornwall are beautiful counties with lots of stone villages, ...

I Met a Man with Seven Wives

A travel blog entry by houseoftemple on Oct 06, 2015

... in town. The day far surpassed yesterday and it was pleasant enough to buy some pasties and sit on the sea wall to munch them. Brownie was about to take his last bite when a very large seagull swooped down and stole his food and we had just been discussing this when it became reality. He managed to get most of it. Saint Ives is really lovely and the streets have a lot of charm. We ...

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

A travel blog entry by jillianp on Oct 05, 2015

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... Many of them are very old, planted pre 1920. As they are vulnerable to diseases in recent years and are fragile, despite their thick, tough looking stems, their are signs around requesting that children don't climb on them.

There is a 'jungle' which fills a small valley, contains a variety of plants, has ponds and a rope bridge. There are a few sculptures done by local artists, one is off a giants head, and ...