We visited today, the high street is one long steep hill, filled with banks and charity shops. If you are disabled or have walking issues then it's not for you. The council need to take a look at this village and make some changes.
I find it very difficult to say anything positive about Redruth Town Centre sadly! That's not quite right. I have to mention the one solitary cafe in Redruth who allowed me and my little dog to go inside...so thank you to Bystro. Your coffee tasted particularly good after the torture me and the aforementioned small dog had to endure after... 更多
Visited there after getting a leaflet showing different places of interest. We walked from one place to another following the map and were very disappointed with what we saw. Parking was expensive and the town was dirty.
This should be a thriving little town, but it's full of banks and charity shops. The council is so greedy and charges so much for parking, no one wants to go there as it costs too much. The town centre should be beautiful. It's very Cornish and an ancient market town. Some of the architecture is magnificent, but very difficult... 更多
Now this should be a prized little town, full of history, with a good historical centre, a lovely railway stn, and good Cornish folk, but with every visit, we see it crumbling into just another nondescript impoverished former notable location. The locals look depressed, and the shopfront rents are obviously not affordable enough to banish the dreaded boarding up of... 更多
Redruth is an old mining town, plenty of Granite buildings, main street on a hill. PARKING IS A NIGHTMARE. The town carparks require you to put your car registration number in, and there a camera's to check you in and out to see that you have paid, so you cannot just sit in your car while the wife does a... 更多
The main streets of Redruth have the best pavements in Cornwall. There is inexpensive parking behind Wilko. A fine selection of charity shops greets the visitor, along with a good cinema, cafes, and antiques.
Historic mining town, moderate fee for car parking. Very steep road to shopping centre. Fair selection of shops and a small under cover market with some of the stall areas vacant. Interesting sculptures. We came to visit the mining and pasty festival and saw nothing.
Redruth should be a great place to visit, however it's looking a bit tired and tatty, they are currently doing some work to improve it but it needs lots more doing. Still worth a visit, but don't get too excited