We went to Perranporth earlier this week. It is extremely reasonably priced, £15 to land and £7.50 a night parking.
The wartime watch tower now houses a cafe downstairs while upstairs is a lounge area looking over the airfield. Upstairs also has an outside seating area.
There is 100LL. Pump by the tower. I didn't notice any other fuel.
We stayed at the nearby St George Hotel the owners of which came to collect us within a few minutes of me calling. The roads are not suitable for walking along (narrow with high sides) so you do need either to be collected or to find your way on foot around the perimeter track. The hotel is very nice indeed, also very reasonably priced and very convenient for the airfield and the village. We had the attic room, number 6, from which one can see the windsock on the airfield. Breakfast was excellent. The hotel web site ishttps://www.stgeorgescountryhousehotel.com
We had a short walk along the cliff tops into the village then wandered around the shops, beach and museum. The town is pleasant enough although it does not have any fancy galleries or shops. We had an early mussels and chips here:http://www.tywarnhayleinn.co.uk/index
By then it was raining hard so a taxi to the hotel and an evening of Netflix (it’s a very well equipped hotel!).
Departing on 27, it is uphill so all that can be seen is sky. Then just after lift-off, the cliff falls away and the view becomes blue water, cliffs, fields and just general natural beauty, it is magnificent.
Highly recommended airfield and hotel.