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Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.

Grocery or Supermarket
“A superstore for everything you will need. Big car park and fuel available. Can get very busy in peak season. If you prefer one big shop, this is the place. Handy if on the way back from Pentewan Beach. ”
  • 12 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“Steak & seafood dishes in a modern space with exposed brick, white wood walls, & nautical interiors. Address: Charlestown Harbour, Charlestown Rd, Saint Austell PL25 3NJ Phone: 01726 68598”
  • 16 locals recommend
“Historic Charlestown harbour which has featured in many films and TV shows including The Three Musketeers and Poldark.”
  • 14 locals recommend
“The Pier House is a charming Inn with guest accommodation situated on Charlestown’s Georgian harbour, famous for its appearance in Poldark and other hit series. The Pier House is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. The sea facing Restaurant and Bar are warm and welcoming and there is a sunny terrace - perfect for dining and drinking alfresco. Tempting menus will leave you spoilt for choice with a variety of exciting dishes alongside hearty pub favourites and daily changing specials. Address: Charlestown Road, Charlestown, Saint Austell PL25 3NJ Phone: 01726 67955”
  • 13 locals recommend
“An all-weather attraction where children go free, Charlestown Shipwreck Centre takes you back two hundred years, when the area was a tiny fishing village with no harbour. As trade boomed in nearby St Austell, it became clear that there was need for a proper harbour, and local businessman by the name of Charles Rashleigh set about making plans – hence the name (Charles’ town). Today the Shipwreck and Heritage Centre charts the history of this corner of Cornwall, including the ship wrecks off the nearby coast. There are trails, a visual audio theater, the RNLB Amelia which was last stationed at Scarborough, and a German armoured dress diving suit, which was used in the 1920/30's, amongst other pieces of history. There’s also a Kids’ Corner and plenty to see and do for the whole family.”
  • 9 locals recommend
“Great little place for food or cake and coffee as well as just an evening drink wonderful garden with sea views at the very end. ”
  • 7 locals recommend
“The Rashleigh Arms bar & restaurant offers local fresh food and friendly service for lunch or dinner in Charlestown. Great for a Sunday carvery.”
  • 9 locals recommend
“Famous for many a film set but if you're a fan of Poldark then this has to be a must visit. Perminant home to several tall ships that often can be seen sailing in and out of one of the smallest harbours I've seen.”
  • 54 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
“Good food as recommended by our guests - and we can attest to their excellent fish pie! You can sit out on their patio with views of the harbour.”
  • 5 locals recommend
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Harbour / Marina
“You may recognise this beautiful old harbour from Poldark. Explore the tall ships, the sandy beach and the cafes and restaurants. You may even meet a pirate or two!”
  • 4 locals recommend
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Meal Takeaway
“A fantastic family beach with great rock pools, sailing, toilets and ice cream shop.”
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“A safe sandy sheltered beach popular with families. The cliffs to the east are used by nesting birds and there a lots of rock pools to investigate to the west. It is safe for swimming, windsurfing and sailing. No jet skiing allowed. The beach is cleaned daily during the summer season. No dogs from Easter to September. On the coastal footpath, it is an easy walk to the Georgian port of Charlestown to the east.”
  • 1 local recommends
  • 1 local recommends