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Esplanade Hotel

Most popular facilities

1 swimming pool
Pet friendly
Free WiFi
Family rooms
Beachfront
Bar

The Kilbirnie Hotel

Most popular facilities

2 swimming pools
Pet friendly
Free WiFi
Family rooms
good Fitness Center
Bar

Carnmarth Hotel

Most popular facilities

Pet friendly
Free WiFi
Family rooms
Beachfront
Non-smoking rooms
24-hour front desk
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
Bar

Atlantic Hotel Newquay

Most popular facilities

2 swimming pools
Pet friendly
Free parking
Spa
Free WiFi
Bar
Beachfront

Best Western Hotel Bristol

Most popular facilities

1 swimming pool
Pet friendly
Free WiFi
Family rooms
Beachfront
Bar

Great Western

Most popular facilities

Free WiFi
Family rooms
Beachfront
Restaurant
Non-smoking rooms
Facilities for disabled guests
Tea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms
Bar

NEWQUAY BREAKS

There are many reasons why Newquay has become one of the greatest summer destinations.  Let me give you a lowdown of the more significant ones.

Nestled in the northern Atlantic coast of Cornwall, England, Newquay has etched its name in the summer getaway must-visit list.  Owing to its 11 golden sandy beaches spanning over 7 miles, what once was a small fishing village has now become a major tourist destination.

Newquay was originally named Towan Blystra and known only for its pilchards. It got its present name when a new pier or quay was built in the 15th century. Its 22,000 population rises by around 20% during summer due to its unique balance of beach activities, outdoor adventure and a crazy nightlife.

Newquay’s superb sandy beaches include Fistral, Towan, Tolcarne, Great Western, Lusty Glaze, Crantock, Porth, Whipsiderry and Watergate Bay. Fistral, which is purportedly the best for riding the surf, hosts a top level surfing event every summer, with the various events forming part of either the World Championship Tour (WCT) or World Qualifying Series (WQS) for both men and women. If you visit at such a time, you will have an opportunity to witness a gathering of the world’s best surfers.

Apart from its beaches, Newquay has many other wonderful attractions to explore like the Newquay Zoo, Waterworld, and Oasis Pools.

Newquay Zoo, which opened in the early sixties as a small pets corner, is now on its way to becoming one of the most attractive zoos in the west of England. Set in over ten acres of sub-tropical lakeside gardens, the zoo features many of the world’s endangered species, including the red pandas, black apes, zebra, antelope and many other exotic creatures. Newquay Zoo is more than just a zoo. It has a lake-side café, snacks bar, shop, and children’s play areas.

If you want to bask in tropical fun pools, then Waterworld and Oasis Pools are the best places to go.

For a more adventurous day, you and your friends can try coasteering and power kiting. Coasteering is a mixture of swimming, traversing and cliff jumping. Power kiting, on the other hand, is an activity that will allow you to feel the raw power of nature. Simply enjoy the thrill of flying the kites or learn scudding from one end of the beach to the other.

Come night time, Newquay is abuzz with excitement. Those who want to stay out all night will love Newquay night life where the party never stops. Some of Newquay’s popular pubs and clubs include Barracuda, The Koola, Tall Trees, Sailors, Berties, Central, Fosters, The Beach and Bar Help.

Barracuda Bar is a fun pub/club at the far end of the Newquay strip on cliff road. There are always different things every night and different drinks promotions on each night. However, the place can get a bit wild on cheap drink nights.

While The Koola is the home of underground music in Newquay, Tall Trees is the home of dance music in the city.

Sailors is also a great place to visit if you want to hang out with laid back and gorgeous people. If you want to just enjoy a drink while watching Central Square, then Bar Help is an ideal place to go.

If you’re looking for a restaurant with a more sensible crowd, then head on to Kahuna Tolcarne. It specialises in good value local fish and meat dishes. There are also frequent live music evenings and BBQs on the terrace.

Other leading restaurants also include Senor Dick’s -a Mexican Restaurant and Bar offering the authentic taste of Mexico, and Lewinnick Lodge, which affords an amazing view of Fistral beach and beyond.

One of the most pleasurable experiences when touring Newquay is shopping – especially if you’re into surfing. Newquay has a vast selection of surf shops, selling surf wear you might not find outside of a surf resort.

Newquay is also known for the “Run to the Sun” event, which takes place annually on the last weekend in May. It has been running for 20 years and has grown into the largest Custom Car and VW festival. Thousands of car and music enthusiasts from across the UK and beyond flock to Newquay to participate in this annual festival.  You should be one of them.

If you’re looking for adventure, great beaches, clubbing, drinking and an overall good time, Newquay is the perfect destination for you.

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