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It means you are thinking of visiting us and we are delighted to welcome you. Whether you are planning to spend a complete vacation in Newquay or intending to use the town as a hub to explore Cornwall, Newquay is a great choice as it has so much to offer everyone. Nature provides us with outstanding urban beaches and coastline. There are all manner of water sports to enjoy from paddling in the harbour to paddle boarding at Porth. Great surfing is available from Fistral Beach to Watergate Bay and we boast large areas of unspoilt headlands with stunning coastal walks and views.

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Newquay is a premier destination for all ages and nationalities and has something to offer throughout the seasons. You will see from the guide that the town provides a wide choice of accommodation and an extensive range of cafés, restaurants, pubs and bars to cater for every need. If you love the great outdoors, good food, warm hospitality and a fun place to be then you will love Newquay. The Town Council provides a friendly and knowledgeable Tourist Information Centre where the staff would be delighted to help with any further information you may require about Newquay. Thank you for visiting us. We hope you have a great time.

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Have any questions? Contact the Tourist Information Center Open 7 days a week, Visit Newquay TIC Marcus Hill, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 1BD newquay.tic@newquaycouncil.co.uk

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Visit Newquay is the resort and destination marketing partnership for Newquay, Cornwall. The 2018 Visit Newquay Holiday Guide is produced by Visit Newquay, Newquay Town Council who would like to thank all who have contributed to this publication, including all advertisers in this guide and all member businesses of Newquay Tourist Information Centre for their support. This guide was designed by Kovic Creative. Cover Image is by Lee Pascoe – facebook/kernowdrone.


JANUARY Blue Reef Aquarium

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JULY Wadebridge Showground Lusty Glaze Beach

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Watergate Bay Bowgie Inn

Merrymoor Inn

Atlantic Hotel, Newquay Hendra Holiday Park

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Boardmasters Festival Fistral Beach, Watergate Bay, Newquay Town

Newquay Carnival Week

Located across Fistral Beach and Watergate Bay, Boardmasters is known for being an action packed festival with live music and sporting performances. Watch Pro Skate and BMX competitions, head to the Surf Village, unwind in the Wellbeing Area or eat local delicacies at the Cornish Market.

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Newquay Carnival Week is always full of fun activities with live music, a fair, market stalls and the renowned Mascot Race. Businesses across the town put on events and entertainment for the whole family to enjoy during this week of the summer.

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Hendra Holiday Park

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Newquay Fish Festival

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Now attracting more than 20,000 visitors each year, the Newquay Fish Festival has become a popular weekend in the calendar due to the stunning cookery displays from the region’s top chefs and the delicious samples available to try straight off the fishing boats.

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Newquay Town Centre Healey’s Cyder Farm

NOVEMBER Hendra Holiday Park St Michael’s Church Watergate Bay

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Join the FREE Newquay Zombie Crawl. Wearing gory get-ups and ghoulish glad-rags they will parade through the town in a spook-tacular Halloween extravaganza. With different workshops along the way and watch a special performance from Titan the Robot.

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Hundreds of people gather to welcome Father Christmas lead the lantern parade with a stop half way through for the Christmas tree blessing and the light switch on. Concluding the evening with a fantastic firework display at the Harbour. Throughout December there will be lots of Christmas loveliness to keep the whole family entertained.

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Come & visit our community museum NEWQUAY HERITAGE ARCHIVE & MUSEUM

Learn about Newquay and Cornwall’s past FREE ENTRY

Find us at CENTRAL HOUSE, 4-6 CRANTOCK STREET NEWQUAY TR7 1JS

Opening Hours Corridor Viewing Gallery Open Daily 9.30am to 4.30pm Museum & Archive Rooms With volunteer staff to assist you

Entrance: On Manor Road adjacent to the Piazza and the Bus Station opposite the bottom of St Georges Road car park.

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Newquay and the surrounding area have fourteen beaches to offer its visitors. With miles of captivating coastlines for picturesque walks providing stunning views and long stretches of sand for sunbathing and relaxing on the shores. We’ve put together the ultimate beach guide to help you find the perfect beach for your family whatever they enjoy doing, from exploring caves, to water sports‌

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Lifeguards April to Sept & Easter

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Lifeguards May to Sept

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Dogs Banned May 31 til Sept 30 Dogs Allowed all year

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Surfing Lessons in Newquay £22 Half Day, £38 Full Day Fully Qualified Coaches. Big Discounts for Groups Student & Armed Forces Deals Family Deals

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Based on Fistral Beach Open all year & all equipment is included SURFING SUP BODYBOARDING HIRE (01637) 850737 fistralbeachsurfschool.co.uk

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Of course you can’t talk about adrenaline inducing activities in Newquay without mentioning surfing. As the UK’s surfing capital, Newquay is the place to be if you’re planning to learn the sport during your holiday. There are plenty of surf schools and areas to practice where you can head out into the waves and get involved with the surfing community.

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Recently named Britain’s Best Beach by The Sunday Times, this spectacular spot is laced with Cornish charm, holding an incredible reputation for food and drink, unique weddings and a yearly line-up of some of the biggest names in music. 22

Situated at the bottom of 133 steps, the beach is open all year round for seaside dining, bespoke weddings, live music events, family holidays, romantic getaways, adventure activities and those simply seeking some escape from the daily grind. As a private cove, you can even hire the whole bay for the day if you wish - a real dream come true! Lazy lunches, cosy coffees and seaside suppers are all on the menu and with vistas across the whole bay from every table, it really is wining and dining with a view wherever you choose to sit.

Over the years, it has earned a reputation as one of the most unique and beautiful spots to enjoy live music, securing some incredible much-loved artists like The Levellers, Razorlight, Morcheeba plus many others, and was recently named the No. 1 location by The Times for ‘Most picturesque live music venue in the UK.’

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LOVERS BEACH Scenic coast path walks and the UK’s best surf breaks are also just a stone’s throw away as the doors of its holiday cottage open out onto golden sands towards unrivalled Cornish coastal views.

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A truly unique wedding venue, Lusty Glaze is also the only place you can legally marry on the beach in Cornwall. With picture perfect sunsets, sweeping coastal views and secluded stretches of golden sand as backdrops, it’s the ultimate wedding destination for beach lovers.

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rebuilding work by way of labour, materials or money. Newquay was further mentioned by Richard Carew in his Survey of Cornwall of 1603 as “newe Kaye” as a place only suited for fishing.

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During the early 19th century the growing village of New Quay was joined to the village of Towan by Fore Street to become the small town of Newquay as renamed by the Chamber of Commerce in 1882. This period saw the gradual evolution of the town from fishing and a coastal marine harbour town to a growing tourist destination. VisitNewquay

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With the coming of the passenger railway to Newquay in 1876 and the subsequent increase in tourism during the 20th century the traditional harbour based industries declined. However recent developments has seen Newquay harbour develop to support the tourist trade with charter boats providing deep sea fishing for anglers and fishing boats supplying fish and shell fish to local restaurants. Book online visitnewquay.org | 01637 838 516

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Inside the beautifully restored buildings you can read about the residents who managed to live cosily before mains water and electricity – among them the Lifeboat Coxswain who would have climbed a steep hill before heading to sea, the elderly spinster who fell through the ceiling in her bed one day, the evacuee who enjoyed six years in a garden paradise far from the London Blitz which threatened her home...and many more.

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Two of the original rooms still have the original cooking ranges in situ. Careful thought has been given to the addition of appropriate extra furnishings to give the cottages a 1920s and earlier feel. A charming bedroom shows off splendid brass bed-knobs which were popularly big enough to enclose messages of love between romantic partners! Another room houses a ‘museum of curiosities’ where you can guess the identity and use of a variety of period objects collected by Newquay Old Cornwall Society. Here too you can listen to the recorded voices of Newquay residents, recalling life and events, some from more than 100 years ago when the town was little more than a fishing village. Trenance Heritage Cottages are also home to the popular tea room named ‘Wiltons in the Garden’ after one of the families who lived here. It offers delicious homemade treats which are a culinary delight to the palate. Stop by and enjoy this free-to-enter treasure of Old Newquay! www.trenancecottages.co.uk Book online visitnewquay.org | 01637 838 516

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Dairy Land Farm World oers the opportunity for the family to get up close and personal with farm animals or take shelter in the 12,000 square foot indoor play area. Another option for nature-lovers, Camel Creek Adventure Park allows children to experience pony rides, meet meerkats, as well as roar around the covered play area. 30

Cornwall Gold is the ultimate place for explorers with over 18 acres of mining landscape waiting for you to discover. Visit the Tolgus Tin Mill, the last surviving one of its kind in the county. Flambards has plenty to keep inquisitive minds busy with the chance to step back in time to the Victorian era with a life-size replica village and experience life during the Blitz. VisitNewquay

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Coastal Valley Camping and Crafts runs a host of different craft workshops that will enthral creative children; they’ll even be able to make a lovely holiday memento to take home. Showing all the latest blockbuster films, as well as live theatre transmissions, the Lighthouse Cinema will transport the family to other worlds and escape any bad weather outside. Book online visitnewquay.org | 01637 838 516

Or head to The Oasis Fun Pools that features both indoor and outdoor pools, flumes and rapids to wear the whole family out. For a slightly less energetic pursuit, ten-pin bowling is a fun family activity that allows for a bit of light competition. Porth Bowling, at Porth Lodge Hotel, is perfect for a game or two.

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Situated on West Pentire Headland overlooking the stunning Crantock Bay, sandwiched between the unspoiled beaches of Crantock and Porth ‘Polly’ Joke, the views from this famous pink pub will take your breath away. The ‘Bowgie’ which is Cornish for ‘cowshed’ is well-known and loved, with parts of the Inn dating back to the 18th Century. With its low beamed ceilings, traditional features and character by the bucketload, The Bowgie has been welcoming generations of customers who have been visiting for years - many people hold a special place in their heart for the pink pub. A ‘Taste of the West’ Silver Award winner, The Bowgie’s traditional menu includes prime selected ingredients, Cornish produce, local ales and ciders like Mena Dhu and Rattler, well-chosen wines including Camel Valley Brut, acclaimed luxury hot chocolates and of course, the pub’s famous Roast Dinner served all day on Sundays (bring your appetite, the portions are BIG!) Owners Sally and Andy Pickles are passionate about supporting local 32

You’ll want to take a stroll to burn off the calories and it’s just a short mooch from The Bowgie to the South West Coast Path which takes you on a circular walk of the headland. On route, you will taste the wild Atlantic Ocean, watch seabirds at play and you’ll even spot a seal or two if you’re lucky. You can also take the short path to Crantock beach which is truly stunning with white sand and clear, blue waters. Even in the Winter when the waves are rough and the wind is howling, it’s the most perfect coastal walk pub. As a longstanding supporter of Cornwall Hospice Care, a charity providing specialist care to people living with life limiting illnesses, Sally organises various events throughout the year to raise money for the cause and to date, has fundraised over £40,000. Furthermore, Sally embarks on her own personal expeditions to support the charity and was even invited to meet HRH The Earl of Wessex on his visit to Cornwall Hospice Care in 2015. In October this year, she trekked the Great Wall of China with her daughter Tish, which follows previous expeditions in the Sahara Desert, to Mount Everest Base Camp and Mount Kilimanjaro. VisitNewquay

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Another unmissable annual event is The Bowgie’s famous Grunge Night, a ‘throw-back’ to their iconic ‘Friday Night Disco’. The legendary disco night first started in the early eighties and ran for over 15 years, had a huge following with people attending from all over Cornwall and was the only place to be on a Friday night. Think Nirvana, Lemonheads, Sound Garden and Rolling Stones blasting from the speakers… on Friday 28th September 2018 - you know where to be!

The Bowgie broadcasts all major terrestrial sporting events on high definition 70 inch screens, so you won’t miss a second of the action. They even ask visitors to share their photos of Crantock and the local area on their social media pages which then appear in a ‘Wall of Fame’ shown on the giant TVs. The Bowgie is open everyday from 11am, serving food from 11am3pm and evening meals from 5pm-9pm on week days, and all day at the weekends and during school holidays. Whether you’re after lunch, dinner, a quick snack, coffee and cake, a romantic meal for two, a child friendly venue or a simple cold pint after work, you’ll find it ALL at The Bowgie. With a large private car park right outside the door, this must-visit Cornish treasure is accessible for all. Sit outside with a cider on a sunny day or curl up with a cuppa by the real log fires when it’s cold, here’s a pub which is perfect any day of the year.

PASTIES & MUSIC IN THE AIR The Bowgie’s most famous fundraising event is their Ale and Cider Festival, held every year on the August Bank Holiday weekend. Pop up marquees, bunting, stages and soundsystems help to turn The cliff-top location into a buzzing festival site, with the smell of fresh pasties and music in the air. This is an event NOT to be missed! Whether you’re a local or a visitor, The Bowgie offers four days of fantastic live music, awesome food, over 60 different Cornish ales and ciders to try, fundraising activities, face painting, competitions and so much more - make sure 24th27th August 2018 is in your diary!

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Fistral Cod, haddock and lemon sole fried in beef dripping all feature as well as fish chilli burgers and Rick’s famous homemade tartare sauce, aioli and authentic curry sauce. Gluten free and vegetarian options are available. Family friendly and dogs are welcome too, it is the perfect spot to enjoy some comforting food with friends and family after exploring the beach with your four-legged friend or catching some waves. On a chilly or stormy day, grab a table by the fire and cosy up with a hot drink and one of our board games. And If you love live music, then stick a reminder in your diary to head along on the first Friday of every month for live acoustic sounds from amazing singer songwriters what better way to start the weekend than fresh fish & chips and relaxing music?

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Organised and run by NEWQUAY TOWAN BLYSTRA LIONS CLUB, it is a charity event which, since it started, has raised over ÂŁ30,000 to support good causes locally and further aďŹ eld. It boasts over 70 real ales and ciders from throughout the UK, lagers, wines, food and soft drinks, plus music throughout the three days.

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The event is great value, with an early bird three-day ticket costing just £12 when booked in advance. There’s also the opportunity to stay in your caravan, motorhome or tent on a pitch at the five-star Hendra Holiday Park, with use of all the facilities*, from just £9 per pitch per night. This means that, for a couple attending the festival and staying on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights without an electric hook-up, the price would be just £60. With electricity, the total price would still be just £68. Don’t forget, that INCLUDES entry. CAMRA members can benefit from even lower entry prices to the festival.

Booking for the festival, and pitches, is simple – just go to www.newquaybeerfestival.com and follow the link to buy tickets. You can also see photos from previous festivals and a copy of last year’s festival programme which will give a flavour of the beers and ciders on offer as well as our fabulous musical artists who support us, totally free, every year. The website will be updated with the 2018 lineup of drinks and artists as soon as these are confirmed.

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A beautiful & idyllic 16th century thatched pub in the heart of the Cornish countryside yet not very far from the coast! Cosy bar and restaurant areas with seperate dog freindly section, both with roaring log fires in the winter. Large deck, courtyard & beer garden with a play area for alfresco dining and your enjoyment during the better weather! Our extensive menu and daily specials includes plenty of Gluten Free & Vegetarian options. We will endeavour to cater to other dietary requirements with advanced warning! Keep an eye out for our two annual festivals: Pie & Ale Festival - May 4th - 7th 2018 SmugFest - October 19th - 21st 2018 Trebellan, Cubert, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5PY t. 01637 830209 hello@thesmugglersden.co.uk www.thesmugglersden.co.uk

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Live If you’ve decided to book a holiday to Newquay, you’ve probably already heard about the famous Fistral Beach, the historic harbour and Rick Stein’s delicious restaurant, so we thought we’d create a section dedicated to help you find the places that are loved not just by tourists, but by the locals that live here too…

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Perched on the top of the Pentire headland cliff-top, the Lewinnick Lodge is known for its warming hot chocolate that is perfect after a long walk along the coastline. The panoramic sea views are enough to bring people back time after time, but also the restaurant now has a great name with signature dishes such as Cornish mussels, Lewinnick fishcakes and a regular array of freshly caught fish.

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The most instagram-able café in Newquay, Jam Jar on Broad Street serves up tasty homemade vegan and gluten-free cakes alongside hot drinks in milk bottles and, you guessed it, jam jars! The bagels are a brilliant option for lunch if you’re heading down for a picnic on the beach or off out on an adventure.

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f course there are plenty of places to pick up precious mementos and postcards of your trip to Newquay, but there are also fantastic independent boutiques for unique gifts. The Pantry on Henver road is a traditional delicatessen with lots of local produce. Take back some homemade Cornish fudge for friends or local ales to enjoy when you get home to keep the holiday feeling going. One of the best independent fashion and lifestyle shops in Newquay has to be Roo’s Beach. It’s no longer a hidden gem in the town, but you

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will find unique items there that you won’t find anywhere else. With an assortment of clothing, accessories, decorative items, stationery and vintage pieces, the stock is sourced from all over the world and curated each season to be on trend and in keeping with its surfer chic meets Ibiza clubber aesthetic. Retro Sounds Records is a wellkept secret and a popular haunt of vinyl and CDs collectors. With vinyl currently seeing a resurgence, this shop should be the first port of call for those wanting to find some treasure from a by-gone era. Jazz, rock, reggae, they have it all.

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When you just need a break from the busy day-to-day routine, everyone could do with a relaxing spa day where your only concern is getting from one treatment room to the other. Bliss! There are a number of spas in the area, but the Fistral Beach Hotel offers one close to the action with a breathtaking location, sauna, steam-room and a range of treatments that will leave you feeling serene and ready to enjoy the rest of your time unwinding in Newquay.

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Just 40 minutes from Newquay, the Eden Project is a must visit for those on their first trip to Cornwall. The iconic Biomes house the largest rainforest under one roof and has numerous family events and learning activities. Discover how the building was made, learn about climate change and all the different ecosystems exhibited there. Take a day to see the Project before returning to one of the many beaches in Newquay to relax with a BBQ or picnic as the sun sets.

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on trend industrial theme and an underground soundtrack playing house, techno and drum and bass music. Or if live music is your thing, head over to Whiskers, winner of Newquay’s Best Bar award, who o  er four of the best things in life, friends, booze, live music and cats!

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During the year, Newquay plays host to many events that the local community are incredibly involved in, especially the Newquay Carnival Week that takes place in July. Businesses put on special entertainment for the whole family during this week of the summer.

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Another favourite is the New Year’s Eve celebrations that takes place in Central Square with fireworks over the harbour. Why not join in with the festivities and book your holiday during these events. The Newquay Sailing Club has been a part of the local community since the 50’s, although sailing has, of course, been at the heart of the town since its formation. Sailing is a natural hobby for many in the town and whilst visiting you too can set off out to sea for a day on the ocean; you may even be lucky enough to spot a dolphin, seal or shark.

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NOW OPEN FOR BOOKINGS NO GP REFERRAL REQUIRED Hydrotherapy is a type of physical therapy which utilises water to create a therapeutic environment. It is used all around the world and is considered a valuable part of mainstream healthcare. Over a period of 20 years, The Charity HYDY and its dedicated committee members have successfully managed to raise the funds to build Newquay Hydrotherapy Centre, and thus provide a pivotal and vital form of healthcare for the local and surrounding community. NHC has 2 separate Hydrotherapy pools available to hire. Both are heated to a temperature of 34-35°C to provide the desired therapeutic effect. The entire building has disabled access. Access to the pool has been carefully thought out, with the additional benefit of having had a hoist installed should it be required.

01637 839034/07545 382480 www.newquayhydrotherapy.com Quarry Park Road, Newquay, Cornwall. TR7 2NP PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION

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First, flick through the next few pages which will show you a variety of the places that Newquay has to offer. As well as providing some expert local agencies who can make sure you find your ideal location! You can also go online and visit www.visitnewquay.org/accommodation

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Meadow Rise Tel: 01264 335527 Mob: 07881 623483 www.cornishholiday.info enquiries@cornishholiday.info Mrs H Grimsey, 24 Valley Mead, Anna Valley, Andover, Hampshire. SP11 7SB 2 bedroomed house in a quiet village location. An ideal base for all sightseeing and beach holidays. Padstow & Newquay are less than 10 miles away.

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From £30pppn. Open all Year Penkerris is a delightful Edwardian house, offering relaxed, affordable B&B in St Agnes. Ample parking & large lawned garden. 7 comfortable bedrooms (4 are en-suite). There are three sandy beaches and magnificent cliff walks. Our beach hut at Trevaunance Cove is available for guests. We are on the on Newquay to Truro and to St Ives bus routes.

Tel: 01637 873376 www.copperbeechnewquay.co.uk info@copperbeechnewquay.co.uk 70 Edgcumbe Avenue, Newquay. TR7 2NN Friendly and family run, our detached Guest House is in a peaceful location yet still near to the beaches, zoo, swimming pool, boating lake & railway station. Only a short walk from the town. Ample on-site parking.

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HOTEL VICTORIA N E W Q U A Y Our unique location provides stunning views across the Cornish coastline whilst still being in the heart of Newquay ● ●  ●  ●  ● 

Rooms from £45 B&B Town Centre Location Dogfriendly Spa & indoor swimming pool 2 onsite restaurants

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Executive Minibus & Coach hire company based in the heart of Cornwall and close to Newquay Airport. We are part of the A2B Newquay Travel group and cater for groups large and small specialising in Tours, Airport transfers, Golf breaks, Weddings etc.

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Atlantic Hotel

Dane Road

TR7 1EN

Best Western Hotel Bristol

Narrowcliff

TR7 2PQ

01637 872244 01637 875181

Esplanade Hotel

Esplanade Road

TR7 1PS

01637 873333

Fistral Beach Hotel & Spa

Esplanade Road

TR7 1PT

01637 852221

The Headland Hotel & Spa

Fistral Beach

TR7 1EW

01637 872211

Legacy Hotel Victoria

East Street

TR7 1DB

01637 872255

Sands Resort Hotel and Spa

Watergate Road

TR7 3LX

01637 872864

Whipsiderry Hotel

Trevelgue Road

TR7 3LY

01637 874777

Avalon Guest House

4 Edgcumbe Gardens

TR7 2QD

01637 877522

Alderberry Lodge

6 Trenance Road

TR7 2LT

01637 851683

Bee & Bee Bed and Breakfast

59 Crantock Street

TR7 1JL

01637 875871

Carlton

6 Dane Road

TR7 1HL

01637 872658

Chynoweth Lodge

1 Eliot Gardens

TR7 2QE

01637 876684

Copper Beech Guest House

70 Edgcumbe Avenue

TR7 2NN

01637 873376

Degembris Farmhouse

St. Newlyn East

TR8 5HY

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Hepworth

27 Edgcumbe Avenue

TR7 2NJ

01637 873686

Lewinnick Lodge

Pentire Headland

TR7 1QD

01637 878117

Pengilley Guest House

12 Trebarwith Crescent

TR7 1DX

01637 872039

Penkerris Guest House

St Agnes

TR5 0PA

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St Breca

22 Mount Wise

TR7 2BG

01637 872745

Three Tees

21 Carminow Way

TR7 3AY

01637 872055

Westward Bed and Breakfast

25 Edgcumbe Avenue

TR7 2NJ

01637 871627

The Escape Surf Lodge

1 Mount Wise

TR7 2BQ

01637 851736

The Sutherland

29 Mount Wise

TR7 2BH

01637 879027

Chatsworth House Apartments

Gannel Road

TR7 2AG

01637 876001

Chynoweth Mews

1 Eliot Gardens

TR7 2QE

01637 876684

Cornish Holiday - Meadow Rise

44 Meadow Rise

TR9 6BL

01264 335527

Cornwall Coast Holidays

Dane View, Headland Point

TR7 1EL

07910 583050

Fistral Reach Apartments

2 Harvest Moon

TR7 1HL

07718 966080

Fistral View Apartments

11 Atlantic Road

TR7 1QJ

01637 875137

Lusty Glaze Beach Apartments

Lusty Glaze Beach

TR7 3AE

01637 872444

Aspects Holidays

40 East Street

TR7 1BH

Blue Chip Holidays

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Perranporth

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Carvynick Country Club

Summercourt

TR8 5AF

01872 510716

Hendra Holiday Park

Lane

TR8 4NY

01637 875778

Newperran Holiday Park

Rejerrah

TR8 5QJ

01872 572407

Newquay View Resort

Trevelgue Road

TR8 4AS

01637 851851

Parkdean Crantock Beach Holiday Park

Crantock

TR8 5RH

0344 3353734

Parkdean Holywell Bay Holiday Park

Holywell Bay, Nr Newquay

TR8 5PR

0344 3353734

Parkdean Newquay Holiday Park

Newquay

TR8 4HS

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Parkdean Whiteacres Holiday Park

White Cross

TR8 4LW

0344 3353734

Piran Meadows Resort & Spa

White Cross

TR8 4LW

01726 860415

Porth Beach Tourist Park

Porth

TR7 3NH

01637 876531

Sun Haven Valley Country Holiday Park

Mawgan Porth

TR8 4BQ

01637 860373

Trekenning Tourist Park

St Columb Major

TR8 4JF

01637 880462

Treloy Touring Park

Newquay

TR8 4JN

01637 872063

Trenance Holiday Park

Edgumbe Avenue

TR7 2JY

01637 873447

Trethiggey Holiday Park

Quintrell Downs

TR8 4QR

01637 877672

Trevella Park

Crantock

TR8 5EW

01637 830308

Trevornick Holiday Park

Holywell Bay

TR8 5PW

01637 830531

Trewan Hall

St Columb Major

TR9 6DB

01637 880261

Treworgans Holiday Park

Cubert

TR8 5HH

01637 830200

Blue Reef Aquarium

Towan Promenade

TR7 1DU

01637 878134

Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre

HAS 3, Aerohub 2, St Mawgan

TR8 4JN

01637 861962

Cornwall Gold

Tolgus Mill, Portreath

TR16 4HN

01209 203289

Camel Creek

Tredinnick

PL27 7RA

01841 540276

Dairyland Farmworld

Summercourt

TR8 5AA

01872 510246

Flambards

Helston

TR13 0QA

01326 573404

Holywell Bay Fun Park

Holywell Bay

TR8 5PW

01637 830095

Lane Theatre

Lane

TR8 4PX

01637 876945

Lappa Valley Steam Railway

St Newlyn East

TR8 5LX

01872 510317

Little Escape Beach Hut

Towan Promenade

TR7 1DU

07810 805624

Newquay Zoo

Trenance Park

TR7 2LZ

01637 873342

Pirates Quest

22 St Michaels Road

TR7 1RA

01637 873379

Trerice Manor

Kestle Mill

TR8 4PG

01637 875404

The Japanese Garden

St Mawgan

TR8 4ET

01637 860116

Watersports at Retallack

Retallack Resort

TR9 6DE

01637 882510

Blue Wings

113 Tower Road

TR7 1LZ

01637 874445

Bridge Bike Hire

Wadebridge

PL27 7AL

01208 813050

Cornwall Waverunner Safaris

Lusty Glaze Beach

TR7 3AE

07581141591

Elemental UK

Tolcarne Beach

TR7 2QN

01326 318771

Escape Surf School

35 Fore Street

TR7 1HD

07810805624

Fish Newquay

Newquay Harbour

TR7 1HR

07507 366461

Fistral Beach Surf School

Fistral Beach

TR7 1EW

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Holywell Bay Golf

Holywell Bay

TR8 5PW

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Bank Street

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Newquay Harbour

TR7 1HR

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Newquay Water Sports Centre

Newquay Harbour

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MMT Tours

Newquay

TR7 1BD

07970 721580

Oasis Fun Pools

Hendra Holiday Park

TR8 4NY

01637 870711

Quiksilver Surf School

9 Esplanade Road

TR7 1JT

01637 851800

St Eval Kart Circuit

St Eval

PL27 7UN

01637 860160

Trenance Crazy Golf

Trenance Park

TR7 2LZ

Vertical Descents Adventure Centre

Newquay Harbour

TR7 1HT

Beachcomber Restaurant

Watergate Road

TR7 3LX

01637 872864

Bowgie Inn

West Pentire, Crantock

TR8 5SE

01637 830363

Bush Pepper

6 Fore Street

TR7 1LN

01637 852530

Café Cloud

54 Fore Street

TR7 1LW

07759 968345

Captain Jacks

Marcus Hill

TR7 1BD

01637 873000

Indian Summer

20 East Street

TR7 1BH

01637 872964

Lewinnick Lodge Restaurant

Pentire Headland

TR7 1QD

01637 878117

Lusty Glaze Beach Restaurant

Lusty Glaze Beach

TR7 3AE

01637 872444

Morris Pasties

3 Gover Lane

TR7 1ER

01637 852678

Rick Stein Fistral

Fistral Beach

TR7 1HY

01637 303103

Silks Bistro & Champagne Bar

Dane Road

TR7 1EN

01637 839048

Smugglers Den Inn

Cubert

TR8 5PY

01637 830209

The Lookout

Retallack Resort & Spa

TR9 6DE

01637 882481

The Stable

Fistral Beach

TR7 1HY

01637 878311

Whiskers

5-7 Gover Lane

TR7 1ER

01637 498100

A2B Taxis & Newquay Coach Hire

Station Parade

TR7 2NF

01637 875555

Coastline Travel

Cornwall Airport Newquay

TR8 4RQ

01637 860006

Cornwall Airport Newquay

St Mawgan

TR8 4RQ

01637 860600

Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership

Newquay Train Station

TR7 2NF

01752 584777

Rhino Car Hire

Cornwall Airport Newquay

TR8 4RQ

Trenance Cars & Executive Car Hire

Newquay

Johnny’s Tobacconist

54 Bank Street

TR7 1AX

Kayes Chemist

8 East Street

TR7 1BH

Newquay Hire Shop

Newquay

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Treloggan Industrial Estate

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There are so many picturesque walks around Newquay that you and your four-legged friends will adore.

main beaches can be cut off by the tide - even when it is only part way in.

The coastal path follows the cliffs which border most of our beaches so in many cases you can choose to either walk the paths or on the beach. When walking on the beaches special care must be taken to know your tide times. Most of Newquay’s beaches have steps or roadways down to them but some sections in between the 62

The coastal path follows the cliffs and walking north of Newquay you can walk virtually uninterrupted to Padstow and beyond, passing through typical Cornish villages on your way. The coastal road between Newquay and Padstow follows the coast path fairly closely so it is a popular option to use the bus service as a way of returning from a walk or vice-versa.

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Visit Newquay Guide 2018  

The official Newquay Destination guide for Newquay in Cornwall. Includes where to stay plus what to see and do. For more information please...

Visit Newquay Guide 2018  

The official Newquay Destination guide for Newquay in Cornwall. Includes where to stay plus what to see and do. For more information please...

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