the classic guide

A guide to the West Country from the people that know…

St Just

There’s a distinctly ‘frontier’ feel about St Just; clinging to the edge of the country and the first to catch any weather heading our way, the village has a cheerful ‘we’re all in this together’ atmosphere.

4 Stars

Jul 2014

Mrs Robertson

Our dog loved it!

We took our St Bernard Gem into town one evening for my Birthday and found the Kings Arms. They welcomed us in and even Gem got to dine out in style with me on my birthday. She got such a warm welcome by the landlord!!! Oh and a couple of chicken fillets ha ha!!
Highly recommend this town and make sure you eat at the Kings Arms, the food was delicious x

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5 Stars

Jul 2014

brilliant short stay and no need for car

I stayed here without a car and you have everything you need. Brilliant independent shops with delicious food available for picnics and to eat at home. Lovely walk front the town centre along the coast and inland. Some attractive galleries too and local crafts.

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5 Stars

Mar 2012

Mr Frost

the real Cornwall!

Its a lovely little town with that lived-in laid back feel and the people are very friendly and has everything for your daily shopping needs - the car park is free and its a very interesting walk down to Cape Cornwall -although there is another car park there as well - which is not far.

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4 Stars

Sep 2011

A very pleasant little town with a good range of excellent local shops and eateries, in beautiful surroundings Free parking! Well worth a visit.
It has a feeling of being on the edge and having to stand up for itself situated as it is right on the edge of England.

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