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Accommodation in and around St Merryn

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Just west of Padstow near the North Cornish coast, St Merryn is a small village which some believe got its name from Saint Marina of Asia Minor, though it is more likely to have come from the Celtic Saint Merin. Its church is built in a Gothic style and, despite being rebuilt various times, has been functioning since the 13th century. The village has attractive slate-built cottages and two pubs: the Cornish Arms is a friendly establishment serving good food and the Farmers Arms has regular live music sessions. Trevose Head and the nearby cliffs display some interesting features including a deep gorge formed by the pounding seas at Tregudda and striking black and white striped cliff face, known…...

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