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Disability Cornwall

Perranporth Beach

What is or was your access need?
  • Wheelchair User
  • Electric Mobility Scooter
  • Mobility Impairment - I use walking sticks or crutches
Is there car parking near to the establishment?
Yes
Is there an accessible public transport route that stops near to the establishment?
Yes
Is there an accessible path between where you parked/left public transport, and the entrance?
Yes
Is there a level, or ramped, entrance to the building?
Yes
Was it easy to get into the building (how easy was it to use the door handles, how easy was it to open the door, etc.)?
Yes
Once inside the building was it accessible to you?
Yes
Are there steps/stairs inside this establishment?
Not Applicable
When there are steps/stairs, are there handrails?
Not Applicable
Were you able to get hold of any special furniture you needed once you were using these facilities?
Not Applicable
Were there accessible toilet facilities?
Yes
Was there an accessible changing place?
No
How did you rate the staff?
Not Applicable
How did you rate the building/service/experience?
Good
It’s the beach everyone raves about and billed as a great place for surfing, snorkelling, sailing and generally splashing around. so what’s the attraction? Well, the miles of really golden sand are probably a good start, plus the huge surf, the sand dunes etc. etc. Yes, it’s a pretty impressive place. Starting from the village, it’s easily accessible which is ideal if you’ve got young ones in tow and you could just plonk yourself on the sand close to the village, put down your beach towels and relax. But if the tide’s right out, do the place justice and have a walk up the beach to Ligger Point, just a 2 mile jaunt away.

Because the beach is so huge, it almost feels as if you have the place to yourself and the fresh air off the ocean is exhilarating. Early morning you’ll probably see a few horses and their riders having a paddle in the surf and there’s a welcome cafe for a coffee stop halfway along. You can make the return journey (or if the tide’s in) over the extensive sand dunes which are teeming with wildlife taking pictures of butterflies and lizards.

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