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Antonia's Pearls


Luxurious coastal houses in Charlestown with great grub & spa at home

Ideal for

Babies Toddlers Kids & pre-teens Teenagers

Book your stay at Antonia's Pearls

From £160/night
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Sensitively restored and beautifully furnished houses set in the Cornish harbour village of Charlestown. Relax in the sumptuous family-friendly homes, enjoy easy walks to the beach, restaurants and pub, and indulge in spa treatments and home cooked meals.

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  • Mobility


What we think

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Plan your stay

What are the facilities like? Where can you eat? What can you do?

  • Babysitting Babysitting
  • Spa Spa
  • Wifi Wifi


Eating at Antonia's Pearls


Eating at Antonia's Pearls


Eating at Antonia's Pearls


The Studio is on the ground floor and when booked with Marine Villa can accommodate guests with limited mobility. It is not suitable for wheelchair access though, unfortunately.

Location & local area

Where is it and how do you get there?

By road

Charlestown is a 90 minute drive from Exeter, via the M5.

By rail

Charlestown Harbour is a ten minute drive from the mainline train station of St Austell.

By air

Newquay Airport is twenty minute drive away.

About the owners


Antonia and David have developed their properties from the ground up, with exceptional attention to detail, providing everything you could need for a relaxing and worry-free holiday in this very special part of Cornwall.

Tips from the owners

Local things to do, places to eat and attractions not to be missed.

  • The Eden Project is just a ten minute drive from Charlestown and is a wonderful day out whatever the weather.

  • Discover Cornish life Victorian style at Lanhydrock – also a great place for walks and cycling.

  • Thrill seekers will love a trip on the speedboats at Padstow.

  • Explore the jungle in the Lost Gardens of Heligan.

  • Head to St Ives for a day of art adventures; head to the Tate that regularly has child friendly activities, and then to Barbara Hepworth’s house and garden.

  • Hire kayaks to go to Lostwithiel for lunch and then back for an ice cream.