Hotels in Newquay

From surfing on Fistral Beach to meeting the animals at Newquay Zoo, holidays in Newquay have something for everyone. Enjoy days out with the kids at Newquay attractions like the Blue Reef Aquarium and Pirate’s Quest, or relax on some of the most popular beaches in Newquay like Holywell Bay and Perranporth. However you choose to spend your short breaks in Cornwall, you can rest easy knowing our great-value Newquay hotels have everything you need for an amazing stay, including free Wi-Fi, great-value Meal Deals and super-comfy Hypnos beds

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Places like Newquay

Take a look at our hotels in Torquay and our hotels in Devon.

Why not extend your UK coastal break and explore other places like Newquay nearby? You’ll love our hotels in Torquay, close to top attractions like Babbacombe Beach and more on the ‘English Riviera’. Our hotels in Devon are a popular choice for family holidays, too, thanks to the scenic beaches and fun family activities on offer.

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Things to do in Newquay

Visit Newquay’s best beaches

Home to some of the top beaches in Cornwall, sunbathers and families alike will love holidays in Newquay. Take your pick from popular sandy beaches like Great Western Beach, Towan Beach and Watergate Bay Beach for laid-back days out by the sea, or thrill-seekers can try surfing in Newquay at scenic spots like Fistral Beach and Perranporth Beach.

Enjoy fun family activities

You’ll find all kinds of fun things to do with the kids in Newquay throughout your stay. Whether you’re visiting top Newquay attractions like the Blue Reef Aquarium, enjoying exciting activities at the Pirate’s Quest experience, or exploring the popular Newquay Zoo, half term breaks in Newquay have plenty to please.

Go sightseeing in Newquay

Scenery-lovers and fans of Cornwall’s culture will love holidays in Newquay. As well as visiting landmarks in Cornwall like Land’s End, you can explore local Newquay attractions like the Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre, and soak up the scenery of Cornwall’s north coast on a Lappa Valley Steam Railway journey. 

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What are the nearest train stations in Newquay?

Newquay train station is this coastal town’s main railway station, and you’ll find it just a five-minute walk away from the central Great Western Beach. Other train stations near Newquay include Quintrell Downs station and St Columb Road station.

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What are the nearest beaches in Newquay?

You’ll have some of the best beaches in Cornwall to choose from throughout your holiday in Newquay. Sandy beaches in Newquay like Great Western Beach and Towan Beach are among the most popular places to visit for families, but don’t miss out on visiting picturesque spots like Lusty Glaze Beach and Watergate Bay Beach. Plus, Fistral Beach and Perranporth Beach are two of the most popular beaches in Newquay for surfers.

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What type of beaches does Newquay have?

Almost all beaches in Newquay are soft and sandy, which explains why going to the beach is one of the most popular activities in Newquay. Thanks to the resort’s rugged shoreline and cliffs, you’ll also find some rock pools and caves to explore at low tide. 

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How many beaches are there in Newquay?

There are around twelve main beaches in Newquay to explore on your next Cornwall holiday. Fistral Beach and Towan Beach are two of Newquay’s most popular beaches, but you’ll also find picturesque spots like Whipsiderry Beach, Tolcarne Beach, Porth Beach, Crantock Beach, Polzeath Beach and more. 

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What are the best places to eat in Newquay?

You’ll have some great-value restaurants in Newquay to choose from throughout your holiday in Cornwall. After stopping for a coffee and a cream tea in one of Newquay’s seaside cafes, you can look forward to tasty family meals at our Treffry Tavern Table Table, our Penhale Round Cookhouse + Pub, or our Newquay Seafront Thyme restaurant.

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What are the best things to do in Newquay at night?

There’s plenty of exciting things to do in Newquay in the evenings. From watching live music events in Newquay or visiting one of Newquay’s nightclubs to catching shows at the Lane Theatre or films at the Lighthouse Cinema, nightlife in Newquay has something for everyone.

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What family friendly activities can you do in Newquay?

You’ll find all kinds of family-friendly activities in Newquay. Visit top Newquay attractions like the Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre, enjoy days out with the kids at the Pirate’s Quest experience, or meet the animals at Newquay Zoo. Plus, if you don’t mind driving to Helston from Newquay, you can enjoy the exciting rides and amusements on offer at Flambards Theme Park.

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What outdoor activities can you do in Newquay?

Picturesque Newquay is home to all kinds of fun outdoor activities. Surfing is one of the most popular activities in Cornwall, so why not visit one of many surf schools in Newquay? Riding the Lappa Valley Steam Railway is ideal if you’re looking for things to do with the kids in Newquay, before enjoying one of the many scenic Newquay cycling routes, or sunbathing on one of Newquay’s beaches.

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What indoor activities can you do in Newquay?

From soft play areas in Cornwall to other popular activities, you’ll find plenty of indoor attractions in Newquay to keep you entertained. Visit the Blue Reef Aquarium with the kids – one of Newquay’s top family attractions – before enjoying fun family activities at indoor spots like the Waterworld water park and Newquay’s Oasis Fun Pools. Plus, if you’re planning on a spa weekend in Newquay, this resort town has some relaxing spas and pools to choose from.

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