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Casa Nizz
Perranporth

£738 - £2049 per week
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Enjoying truly spectacular views along the length of Perranporth's three-mile sandy beach, Casa Nizz is a stylish, bright and airy ground floor apartment, sleeping up to five guests in three bedrooms. You will be instantly mesmerised by the outstanding view from this cliff side spot and will be perfectly positioned for a relaxing beachside Cornish break. Sit and breathe in the fresh Cornish Sea air on the sun terrace on a summers evening, with incredible sunsets and wave watching to enjoy, you will find it hard to do anything else!

If you can tear yourself away from the view, Perranporth has all the amenities you would expect from a seaside town. Peruse the gift shops, taste test local ice creams or enjoy fine dining for a special holiday treat.

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Where you'll sleep

Bedroom 1

King

Bedroom 2

Twin

Bedroom 3

Single

Entrance

from the terrace, front door leads into porch, with sliding doors into:

Sitting room

two sofas, chair, TV, DVD player, door to kitchen/dining area and door into:

Bedroom 1

king size bed, chair, en suite with shower cubicle, WC and basin.

Kitchen/dining area

dining table with six chairs, fridge/freezer, electric oven, induction hob and dishwasher,

Shower room

shower cubicle, WC and basin.

Bedroom 2

twin beds.

Bedroom 3

single bed.

Outside area

patio with table, seating for six and sea views.

Additional information

electric night storage heaters, WiFi.

 
 

Great view. Well equipped large kitchen. Handy outside tap and outside shower for washing wetsuits.

September 2023

Was a bit worried after reading other reviews but in my opinion they were completely unfounded. The property location was the best and the apartment itself was very well furnished with everything needed for a great break. Fully equipped kitchen even down to a nutribullet ! It was also great not to have to worry about lugging stuff to the beach - literally a 5 minute stroll with our boards

August 2023

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Holidays in Perranporth

Located on the North coast of Cornwall, Perranporth is famous for its three miles of golden sands and growing list of epic eateries, many of which are dog friendly. This seaside town is the perfect holiday destination for families, surfers, and couples alike.

Situated on the North coast between Newquay and St Agnes, Perranporth is popular for its big sandy beach that nestles into the rugged coastline and attracts surfers from all over the UK. Spend your days relaxing on the beach, let the kids run free across the sands, enjoy a picnic in the dunes, learn to surf with the local surf school, or walk the stunning coastal path - there is so much to see and do in Perranporth you might need to visit more than once!

Your holiday doesn’t end when you leave the sand either, as a host of fantastic pubs, restaurants, and cafés keep the fun going and ensure you’re never far from a fantastic feast with a view. The social calendar at Perranporth is one of the town’s crowning achievements too, with one of Cornwall’s top festivals, Tunes in the Dunes, turning the golden sand into the country’s most unique dance floor.

Top tip

Head to The Watering Hole for a post-surf drink!

Beaches in Perranporth

Whether you want to catch some waves, bask in the sun, or explore some rock pools, there’s a beach in and around Perranporth for you.

Perranporth beach – Famed for its consistent surf, Perranporth is a mecca for beach holidays. Three miles long and with plenty of access to the coastal paths and nearby restaurants, it’s perfect for every kind of beach day. Oh, and there’s a bar right there on the beach!

Holywell Bay – A little ways up the coast from Perranporth, Holywell Bay is known for its expansive sand dunes and iconic twin stacks, which can be seen in the BBC’s iconic series, Poldark. You’ll find a surf school here and lifeguards in the summer months, so this beach is great for those looking to dip their toes into watersports.

Trevaunance Cove – In the other direction, Trevaunance Cove in St Agnes makes for a lovely beach day, with its historical surrounding coastline and fascinating rock pools at low tide. Spend your days relaxing on the stretching sands and your evenings in the nearby pub, which welcomes dogs just like the beach.

Things to do in Perranporth

With the South West Coast Path on your doorstep and plenty of attractions nearby, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do in Perranporth during your stay.

Shopping

Boasting a whole host of vibrant shops dotted around Perranporth, it’s easy to indulge in a spot of retail therapy. Head over to Atlantic Blankets for some beautiful Cornish throws that look as good as they feel, Brocante for some utterly unique homeware, or Bathsheba Surf for all your surfing essentials, from boards to wetsuits to easy-going attire. For those wanting to stock their cupboards with a clear conscience, All You Can Eco is a superb refill store full of all your everyday essentials.

Surfing & Watersports

Known for the Atlantic swells providing consistently good surf throughout the year, Perranporth is very popular with locals and visitors alike when it comes to enjoying the waves. There’s also plenty of shoreline to ensure there’s space for swimmers and surfers, beginners and pros. If it’s your first foray into the world of surfing, there are several surf schools at Perranporth that can show you the ropes, including Perranporth Surf School, Stoked Surf School, Peg Surf Coaching, and one that’s run from the beach (just look for the gazebo).  

Walks

When it comes to walking around Perranporth, there are many footpaths and routes to choose from, whether you want refreshing sea air or countryside rambles. Heading north-west on the coast path will take you to the likes of Trevellas Porth, St Agnes, and Porthtowan, while north-east will set you towards Holywell, Crantock and Newquay, where plenty of bars, restaurants, and beaches await. You can also head inland and walk to Callestick Farm or Healeys Cyder Farm, where you can enjoy some proper Cornish ice cream and cider respectively.

Attractions

Got a sweet tooth? A trip to one of Cornwall’s best ice cream makers is a must. Made using the original family recipe, you can taste your way through incredible moreish flavours from Callestic Farm or settle down for a hunger-crushing brekkie. Another foodie draw in the area is the lip-smacking Healeys Cyder Farm. With guided tours, a petting zoo, and tractor rides, this Cornish farm is fun for the whole family.

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Events

Rogue Theatre Winter Wood

Created by Cornwall’s award winning Rogue Theatre, Winter Wood is an adventure for families and those who still believe in magic. Let the faeries lead the way with stories and songs to Old Man Winter, who will weave a tale and reveal the path to a wondrous festivity of wintry marvels.

TBC 2024

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Boscastle Walking Week

Boscastle Walking Week is an annual event which has grown in popularity over the years. Organised by local people with local knowledge, you'll be guided on some of the most beautiful walks along the Cornish coastline, amid woods and streams and on rambles to secluded waterfalls.

15th May 2024

Santa at Lappa Valley Steam Railway

On selected dates during December, board the Santa Express to Santa's grotto where children will recieve a gift from Father Christmas. There will also be children's entertainment, mince pies, and mulled wine for the adults!

TBC 2024

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Santa's Grotto & Elf Emporium

Meet Father Christmas, decorate gingerbread, make Reindeer food and have a festive day out at the Milky Way Adventure Park near Bude. At the elf emporium, children can write letters to the North Pole and take part in other fun activities. Online booking essential. 

TBC 2024

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Bude Jazz Festival

Top UK and international jazz, blues, swing and boogie bands make up the Bude Jazz festival, with over 120 events including street parades, late night jam sessions and a dance marquee.

30th August - 2nd September 2024

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Rock Oyster Festival

A food and music festival on the banks of the Camel Estuary featuring live music from Nile Rodgers with Chic, Groove Armada and Sophie Ellis Bexter, plus performing arts, endless entertainment for kids, and of course fantastic seafood.

25th - 28th July 2024

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Padstow 'Obby Oss' Festival

This colourful tradition that takes place in the harbour town of Padstow. Locals decorate the town with flags, flowers, greenery and a flagpole. The crowds are greeted by the swirling and dancing 'osses' who parade through the town, followed by the 'Teazer' who dances along behind. 

1st May 2024

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Boardmasters Festival

Be part of the UK's biggest surf, skate and music festival at this year's 'Boardmasters', held in the popular seaside resort of Newquay. Enjoy music performed by Liam Gallagher, Florence and The Machine, Lorde and more!

7th - 11th August 2024

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Bude Carnival

First held in 1920, Bude Carnival is an annual event where money raised is donated to local charities and organisations. Join in with the carnival celebrations for a fun filled day of music, dance and competition! 

17th August 2024

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St Endellion Summer Festival

St Endellion Church provides a magical setting for this classical music concert, which features opera, choral and orchestral music over nine days. Musicians visit from all over the world to perform at this special concert.

30th - 9th August 2024

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Bolster Festival

Bolster festival in St Agnes celebrates the demise of the legend of Bolster the giant. The community re-enact the life and downfall of the giant as they parade through the streets and down to the cliffs overlooking Chapel Porth beach. 

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Royal Cornwall Show

This three-day event is the highlight of Cornwall's agricultural year, showcasing the very best of Cornwall's rural lifestyle. The event is packed with activities, competitions, food and craft demonstrations and stalls, displays, music, and, or course, lots of animals!

6th, 7th and 8th June 2024

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Lusty Glaze Sundowner Sessions

Every year Lusty Glaze beach hosts their Sundowner Sessions - an opportunity to watch your favourite artsits perform live in the stunning setting of the natural ampitheatre provided by the cliffs at Lusty Glaze. 

TBC 2024

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Tropical Pressure Festival

Head to Mount Pleasant Eco Park to join in with the park's annual festival celebrating the rich cultures of Africa, Latin America and the caribbean. Enjoy live music, dance and food throughout the weekend. 

12th - 14th July 2023

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Dining out in Perranporth

Whether you want a light bite or a mighty feast, there’s an epic eatery for every occasion in Perranporth.

The Watering Hole

The UK’s only bar on a beach, The Watering Hole really does shine when it comes to location. Stop by for a pint after a day hitting the waves or settle yourself down for a filling feed on the likes of breakfast baps and burgers. Alongside food and drink, The Watering Hole is also one of the top music venues in Cornwall, playing host to an incredible array of artists throughout the year.

Summer House

Another foodie destination with unbeatable sea views, Summer House is as close to the beach as you can get while remaining sand-free. Try one of their refreshing cocktails as the sun sets or dive into the menu, which features fresh seafood and a fantastic choice of vegan and veggie options.

Alcatraz

Perranporth really does enjoy its fair share of beach bars and cafés – and then some! Alcatraz is a particularly interesting addition to the culinary portfolio as it sits inside a converted WWII gun shelter. On the menu of this quirky café, you’ll find a whistle-wetting list of wines, beers, and cocktails alongside a tempting selection of coffee, cakes and toasties. Just the ticket for a lazy morning or sun-soaked eve.

Dog-friendly Perranporth

With walks galore and plenty of dog-friendly pubs and restaurants, Perranporth is just as enticing for those on four legs as it is for those on two. The Watering Hole, The Tywarnhayle, and No.4 Breakfast and Bistro all welcome muddy paws as well as boots, with plenty of other dog-friendly places to eat in the town. Perranporth beach is dog-friendly all year round (although leads must be used in July and August), as are the beaches of Penhale Sands, Holywell Bay, Porth Joke, and Trevaunance Cove – perfect!

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What's on in Perranporth

St Piran’s Day Parade

Taking place on the nearest Sunday to St Piran’s Day every year, this uber-Cornish celebration is always a fun affair - nowhere more so than the beach on which St Piran washed up! Follow the parade and play through the dunes (with a pasty in hand) before exploring the town for some live music.

Tunes in the Dunes

This three-day festival has become one of the biggest events in Cornwall, with its Cornish blend of surf, sand, and music attracting visitors from all over the country. Held on the beach next to the town’s famous beach bar, Tunes in the Dunes brings big names to multiple stages, with a fantastic mix of local food and drink vendors adding to the electric atmosphere.

Perranporth Triathlon

Combining Cornwall’s epic waters and staggering landscape, the Perranporth Triathlon is an impressive show of endurance. It’s run by the Perranporth Surf Lifesaving Club and provides athletes with a chance to swim (1.5km), cycle (38km), and run (7.5km) around this beautiful section of North Cornwall. Even if you don’t fancy taking part, it’s a spectacle to watch!

Getting around

With a train station at Newquay and plenty of buses, you can leave the car at home when visiting Perranporth. You can even enjoy a nostalgic trip on a steam train with Lappa Valley, a wonderfully simple way to explore North Cornwall. If you are visiting by car, Perranporth is home to several large car parks, with one right by the beach – perfect for those bringing surfboards!

What our guests say...

We know how important honest reviews are when it comes to booking your holiday. To help you choose the right property for you, we publish all reviews left by guests who have stayed here in the past, with the few exceptions stated in our Review Guidelines. Please bear in mind that some facilities referred to by past guests in reviews can be removed or changed at any time.

Great view. Well equipped large kitchen. Handy outside tap and outside shower for washing wetsuits.

Casa nizz is a fantastic spacious apartment, best views of peranporth beach Theres nothing you can moan about this apartment we love it

Was a bit worried after reading other reviews but in my opinion they were completely unfounded. The property location was the best and the apartment itself was very well furnished with everything needed for a great break. Fully equipped kitchen even down to a nutribullet ! It was also great not to have to worry about lugging stuff to the beach - literally a 5 minute stroll with our boards

The steep hill you'll walk up to Caza Nizz is worth the views alone. Comfortable accomodation, plenty of space and home from home. We have stayed numerous times and highly recommend.

Parking for the week at the car park was £27.50.

What a beautiful apartment, in the most perfect location! The views of Perranporth beach are incredible, as were the sunsets! Lots of space for a family of five, easy access to surf or swim off Droskyn with the tide in. An easy walk into town too. We can't wait to come back!

Casa Nizz is a superbly spacious property in an idyllic location with stunning vistas. The location is perfect for those who would like a short walk into the heart of Perranporth. We stayed for 7 days and overall were pleased with our stay but did feel the decor could be improved. However, it was spotlessly clean and we felt it had all of the general necessary equipment in the kitchen and utility for an enjoyable stay. Its perfect for both couples and families.

Fantastic views from the patio area, walk down to the beach and all amenities - two/three minutes down a quite steep and challenging hill, if you’ve not a level of fitness, (getting back up hill again later etc,) but everything you need, good places to eat and drink, note Fri/Sat evenings get very busy at peak times of the year, so booking in advance is necessary. We thought that in our opinion Casa Nizz apartment needs a major upgrade as very dated, we expected a better standard for our money, having visited Cornwall for many years and stayed in better apartments all over as well as in the same area.

I would thoroughly reccomend this property to stay i in it has lovely furniture plenty of kitchen utensils if needed big fridge freezer if you want to cook .3rd beroom has just a bed no wardrobe space ok for a child Would go back in a heatbeat