While Porthtowan may not be as big and famous as its neighbouring towns of St Agnes and Perranporth, it does, nevertheless, provide a wonderful destination for surfers as well as industrial archaeologists. In fact, it is a famous summer tourist destination and is considered a World Heritage site. Its Blue Flag beaches are also designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. However, finding a suitable place to stay for a vacation in Porthtowan may be quite daunting. Nevertheless, here are some tourist accommodations that you might want to consider if you are travelling to Porthtowan any time soon.
Situated within a few minutes of the famous beaches of Porthtowan, the Unicorn is the villages only Inn that is specifically designed for families. It features a play area for children which is located alongside the Unicorns pub. It also houses a separate Surf Lodge perfect for surfers who would like to test the waves of the Atlantic. They provide evening meals that have been sourced from local produce and only the freshest catch of the day. The location of the Unicorn is perfect for families who would like to listen to the roar of the Atlantic even on a calm summer evening.
Rose Hill Lodges
Perfect for the family, the Rose Hill Lodges is best known for its hot tubs which entire families can enjoy after a long day exploring the historic sites of Porthtowan. Its about 5 to 10 minutes walk to the famed Blue Flag beaches of the coastal village and is surrounded by an ecosystem that is teeming with wildlife indigenous to the region. Many guests enjoy sitting down and lying back on the glass-covered veranda while some would prefer just immersing themselves all day in the hot tub.
If youre on a budget or dont really require lavish or extravagant accommodation, then you can head to the Porthtowan Backpackers. Its a haven for modern-day tourists who want nothing else than having a comfortable bed to lay their tired and weary bodies after a long day in the surf or in the walking trails of Porthtowan. They dont mind not having the room completely to themselves as long as they can sleep soundly enough for another day of adventure and exploration.
5 & 13 Seaspray
If you dont mind staying above Porthtowans famous Blue Bar, then you can check out the 5 & 13 Seaspray. This apartment provides you nonetheless with superb view of the Blue Flag beaches of the scenic coastal village. All of the rooms in this Cornish self catering holiday home are well-appointed so you clearly wont be missing home anytime soon. Surprisingly, the sound proofing technology employed in the Seaspray is phenomenal as the music and noise from downstairs can hardly be heard allowing Seaspray guests to still have a decent and well-deserved sleep.
These are just some of the accommodations that you can book should you visit Porthtowan. A more convenient option will be to book accommodations from nearby St. Agnes which is only about 1.2 miles to the east.
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