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Highlights in Newquay
- Fantastic beaches
- A surf paradise
- Great hikes and walks
- Delicious food and great restaurants
- Active holidays
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Cottages in Newquay
As a vibrant holiday resort Newquay draws tourists to its pristine coastline and it is considered a chic destination for families and weekend breakers looking for stylish accommodation, superb eateries and water sports. Newquay's accommodation scene boasts chic and modern cottages with fantastic views of the coastline. Find your ideal cottage in Tolcarne Beach, Beacon Cove, Fistral Beach, The Gannel or Lusty Glaze Beach. Come and enjoy the beach and find time for relaxation in the pretty coastal resort of Newquay, on the north coast of Cornwall.Cottages for your next beach getaway
Find a spacious cottage overlooking the sea located near sandy beaches. Have the best beaches a few steps away from your door. Enjoy the morning views having your coffee on the balcony, lounge in the afternoon by the pool and enjoy a family meal in the evening. Ideal cottages for short and long stays adapted to groups, families, couples and even solo travellers looking for a place to enjoy some time catching some sun, taking amazing sunset pics or riding the waves!
Travellers and activities
The fabulous beaches along the west coastline have turned Newquay as one of the most popular surfing spots. The Atlantic provides vertiginous waves where experienced surfers ride them masterfully. Some world competitions are held in Newquay because of the conditions of the sea and the location itself. If you are new to surfing, you will find several surf schools that will teach you how to stand on the board. Most surfers choose Towan Beach but Fistral is the one, the world-renowned surf excellence destination. Come as a surfer or enjoy the championships from the sand. Enjoy the surfing vibes!Newquay for food lovers
Newquay is the new foodie hotspot boasting top-notch restaurants, variety and the best views! Renowned chefs have opened their restaurants here waiting clients to indulge in their superb creations. Have a drink at the bar and enjoy a nice meal with sea views at Lewinnick Lodge in Fistral Beach or enjoy a gourmet burger at The Slope. Try the modern contemporary dishes with fresh ingredients at Colonial Beach restaurant. And if you travel as a family, there are restaurants with children playing areas. Step into Fifteen by Jamie Oliver and enjoy a meal at Samphire Restaurant. Do not leave without having the popular fish and chips at Rick Steins Fistral.
„Did you know over 200 years ago Newquay only had 1,300 inhabitants and nowadays the population is over 20,000 going up to 100,000 during holiday seasons?“
Top 7 travel tips in Newquay
With more than ten beaches to choose from, Newquay’s offers the ideal spot for you. Families having great fun on Towan, a couple walking the dog in Crantock and friends in Watergate Bay, Lusty Glaze and Port Beach. Experienced surf riders mastering the waves in Fistral Beach and holidaymakers basking in the sun on the golden sands of Whipsiderry Beach. Can’t you wait for the summer to arrive? Newquay beaches are not just for swimming or water sports. Long walks and beautiful sunsets all year round can be caught by your lense.2. Go for a walk along the Newquay Discovery Trail
Along Discovery Trail you will see slate discs embedded in the ground at several key spots. Each of these slate circles are numbered so you can follow the link with a map and read exciting facts about where you are in that specific location. Take in the views along the way!3. Explore the River Gannel Estuary
This tidal estuary separates Newquay and Crantock village. You can go there by car or cross the different bridge crossings on foot. Be careful as sometimes the tide can cover them, including the Trenance boating lake and the one a bit further down can be crossed about two hours either side of low tide. In the summer there is a ferry that covers the distance from May to September. The estuary has a long pilchard fishing history and tin mining. Kayaking and several other water sports are practiced here as well. And if you love nature, you can explore the surroundings and observe the wildlife and watch the birds. There is an abundance of fish such as salmon, bass, and sea trout.4. Walk the South West Coast Path
Walking and hiking from Newquay opens a wide array of possibilities but the most recommended one is the South West Coast Path with its incredible ocean views, rugged cliffs bordering beautiful beaches and paths along the coast of England. Be careful if you decide to walk along the beach and be aware of tide times before you do! The coastal path goes as far as Padstow passing through traditional Cornish villages along the way. On the way back you can take the bus or just do it the other way around. Heading south, the coastal path continues to Holywell Bay, Perranporth and beyond. Explore as many miles of the coastal path as you like and enjoy the wonderful coastal landscape.5. Enjoy Newquay attractions
In Newquay you can have a fun-packed holiday with your family and enjoy the multiple attractions to keep adults and children entertained all day. Visit the largest zoo of Cornwall or its aquarium. Have a fun day out at Flambards and Camel Creek, the two themed parks outside Newquay. The National Trust property - Trerice Manor Elizabethan house has pretty gardens and a fantastic tea room for a quiet afternoon and a fabulous stroll surrounded by manicured gardens and colourful flower beds. Check the events held at the manor for adults and children before planning your visit. Come and enjoy!6. Row, row, row your boat
If you fancy a different go to Trenance Leisure Park and have some family fun and take part in the activities and enjoy the attractions. Go to the Trenance Gardens for a walk and enjoy a cuppa at Trenance Cottages. But, one of the most appealing activities is next to Trenance Gardens. Here there is the Boating Lake where you can feed the ducks or hire a pedal boat and explore the lake at your pace.7. Keep active during the holidays
Do you like practising your favourite sports when you go on holiday? In Newquay you can enjoy a good tennis match with your friends at the Heron Tennis Centre at Trenance Leisure Park, with its covered courts. A fun bowling game with the children? Crown green bowling is to be found at the Trenance Leisure Park and on Fore Street, overlooking the bay. Do you prefer golf? Then you are lucky! There are some golf courses with some outstanding sea views and other courses with countryside views to enjoy a good golf session to swing your clubs!
FAQs: Cottages in Newquay
Which types of amenities can you expect to find in the cottages in Newquay?
In terms of the services you can find on Holidu, it appears that the cottages in Newquay contain everything that travellers dream of! Here, the cottages generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (91%), garden (56%), and view (40%)...Pretty cool!
How do travellers usually rate cottages in Newquay?
On average, the cottages are rather highly rated. Judging by the Holidu database, 29% of cottages have a rating equivalent to or higher than 4.5 stars. A ratio high enough to confirm that there are many that are very enjoyable and will be the perfect choice for your next holiday.
Are the cottages in Newquay suitable for families with children?
Holidu's data reveals that less than 10% of cottages in Newquay are suitable for holidays with children. Here, it will most likely be easier to stay as a couple or with friends.
Are the cottages in Newquay suitable for holiday-makers and their pets?
Of course! In Newquay, 44% of the cottages accept them, 56% also have a garden!
Do the cottages in Newquay generally offer an internet connection?
Yes! According to Holidu's data, 91% of cottages in Newquay offer Wi-Fi. It is therefore no problem for you to will be able to access your emails and favourite social media sites at any time!
How much does it usually cost for cottages in Newquay?
Most of the cottages in Newquay (72%) are less than £100 per night. Therefore, this destination is perfect for finding an affordable cottage!
Do the cottages in Newquay generally have a fireplace or a pool?
Rarely. According to the data collected last year, most of the cottages in Newquay are not equipped with one.
Are the cottages in Newquay suitable for trips with friends or rather for an escape as a small group?
According to Holidu's database, 89% of cottages are made for up to four guests. Approximately 85% of the cottages here have at least two separate bedrooms. Newquay is the ideal destination for small groups of friends!