Whether you’re looking for a quiet seaside break or a fun-filled family getaway in this scenic county, we’ve got the best hotels in Cornwall for you to choose from. You’ll have plenty to enjoy throughout your stay – the beautiful Cornish south-west coast is home to incredible sea views, particularly along Newquay’s beaches, as well as the largest indoor rainforest in the world at the Eden Project, and the ruins of King Arthur’s legendary Tintagel Castle.
Hotels in Cornwall
Newquay (Quintrell Downs)
Places like Cornwall
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How close are your hotels to the beach?
Our Premier Inn Newquay (Quintrell Downs) hotel is only a three-mile drive from some of the best beaches in Newquay. Our Premier Inn Hayle hotel is just two miles from the golden sands of St Ives Bay.
How many children can stay in a room?
Our family rooms can accommodate up to two adults and two children. Family rooms include comfy pull out beds or sofa beds and cots are also available on request.
Can I park at your Cornish hotels?
As of March 2019, all our hotels in Cornwall offer free on-site parking, however this is subject to change. Please check your hotel’s page for specific information about parking before your trip.
What time do you serve breakfast?
Most of our restaurants serve breakfast from 5:30-10:30am Monday to Friday and 6:00-11.30am on weekends.
What’s your nearest hotel to the Eden Project?
Our Premier Inn St. Austell hotel is about a seven-minute drive from the Eden Project.
What's at Land’s End?
At Land's End you'll find unique walking trails that overlook the ocean, Wolf Rock Lighthouse and the Isles of Scilly. Land’s End is also home to activities like the 4D cinematic experience Return to the Lost World, the interactive attraction Arthur’s Quest, and plenty more.
Where are the best places to go for family holidays in Cornwall?
Cornwall is famous for its beaches, and Newquay’s beaches on Cornwall’s north coast are some of the best – Porth Beach is ideal for families with its vast expanse of golden flat sand.
Cornwall also has a wonderful selection of theme parks. Flambards in Helston features the thrilling Hornet rollercoaster and an immersive recreation of a Victorian village. Camel Creek Adventure Park in Wadebridge has an exciting selection of animals from crocodiles and meerkats to shire horses and llamas, as well as log flumes and rapid rides.