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Accommodation in and around St Agnes

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St Agnes was yet another centre of the tin and copper mining industries in Cornwall. Many of the old engine houses can be seen around the area. The town church is worth a visit to see its unusual poor box. St Agnes boasts many cafés, restaurants, craft shops and galleries. Free car parking makes it an even more attractive place for day-trippers. One sight not to be missed is the famous row of Stippy-Stappy sea captains’ cottages. The free museum is on the edge of the town on the Truro road. These days, the town is an ideal centre for walking holidays and those exploring the north Cornwall coastline. The cliffs and coves and the mixture of wildlife of this area make it particularly attractive to visitors. Turtles, sunfish,…...

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