Welcome to Rohan Truro from Manager Jeremy Dyke, Sam Chapman & Mike Bull
Rohan Truro is situated within Penrose Outdoors, Cornwalls premier independent outdoor store.
Our shop was opened in 1987/88. As you can see by the photo, the striking building was an old banana warehouse in former days. Rohan is situated in a spacious, bright and well stocked area within the main store.
The store has stocked almost all of the Rohan range since 1987, and still holds nearly all the range in a freshly refitted and enlarged store within Penrose Outdoors great outdoor shop.
Jeremy has been selling Rohan since… possibly the dark ages?… and will be able to give you all the advice you’ll ever need (about Rohan, that is.)
Opening Times: Monday 9:15 – 5:30, Tuesday-Saturday 9:00 – 5:30, Sunday 10:00 – 4:00
Phone: 01872 260042
Shop Address: Penrose Outdoors, Town Quay, Truro, Cornwall TR1 2HJ
There is free parking right outside the door
Directions to the shop –
From the station: Down the hill, into the town, keep on until the centre and then find Lemon Quay. Cross the quay towards M&S, where you can take the underpass to the other side of the road. Go up the stairs on the left and looking across the river you will see the shop.
From the bus station or the piazza (city centre): Walk towards the M&S store where you can take the underpass to the other side of the road. Go up the stairs on the left and looking across the river you will see the shop.
The Nearest Parking - There are several parking spaces right outside the shop. There are lots of public car parks around the town.
Local food: Staff Recommendations – Cafe Cleopatra in St Marys Street is very good fast food.
The Heron Inn at Malpas is locally highly regarded.
The city has all the usual purveyors of coffee, if you need it ‘to go’. For a fast ‘fix’ Café 108, right around the corner from us, in Malpas Road, serves great coffee
Shanghai Lounge on New Bridge Street is used by locals for take-always and sit down meals. These are just a few of the many watering holes and restaurants, too numerous to mention.
Local Knowledge – Most who venture to these far flung areas come for relaxation, surfing, wakeboarding, walking the coast path, or the moors, sailing around the inlets and the coast, sea canoeing and bird watching.