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Newquay

The lively beach resort of Newquay in Cornwall has a wide choice of self-catering accommodation ranging from beach apartments, town houses and traditional fishermen's cottages, all within easy reach of fabulous beaches. Newquay has so much to offer its visitors from lazy days on the sand to a weekend dancing away to local and worldwide names at the Boardmasters Surf and Music Festival. It is the surf capital of the UK as well as being one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the England. Newquay remains an important fishing port that hosts a delightful harbour on the sea front with opportunities for fishing and crabbing. The surf scene offers fantastic swells for the more experienced and gentler beaches offering the novice a chance to hire a board and learn basic skills.

Sleeps
8
Bedrooms
4

Higher Close lies just steps from Mawgan Porth and enjoys views of the Cornish coastline. Sleeping 8, the luxurious coastal cottage catches the sea breeze in its generous furnished garden & boasts architectural design with sunlit rooms, chic décor, a wood-burning stove, a games room & a pizza oven.

Sleeps
3
Bedrooms
1

Wheal Rose is a romantic cottage tucked away in the hills near St Newlyn East in Cornwall. The rural cottage boasts exposed beams and a delightful garden as well as modern comforts and proximity to the Cornish coast. Relax, connect, unwind and sample the delights of this wonderful county.

Sleeps
4
Bedrooms
2

Overlooking picturesque green pastures, this cottage provides well-presented and attractive accommodation for up to four people, with wonderful views of the surrounding countryside.

Sleeps
5
Bedrooms
2

Wheal Hart is a stunning rural cottage offering rural tranquillity and proximity to the gorgeous Cornish coastline. Situated among rolling green hills near St Newlyn East, the barn conversion retains much of its original character and has large gardens ideal for entertaining and enjoying the views.

Sleeps
5
Bedrooms
2

Beachcombers is a lovely coastal cottage in Newquay with a pool just moments from the sands of Porth Beach in Cornwall. Pastel hues and modern facilities feature in the cottage which includes generous open-plan living space. Beachcombers is ideal for a coastal family holiday.

Sleeps
6
Bedrooms
2

9 Porth Meor Villas offers self-catering accommodation in an award-winning Newquay Holiday Apartment overlooking Porth Beach and the outdoor heated swimming pool. No.9 sleeps 6 guests in 2 (double and twin) bedrooms (both en suite) 3 minutes-walk from the beach. Available all year round.

Sleeps
6
Bedrooms
3

Sunset View is an award-winning coastal cottage boasting views of the ocean in Porth, Cornwall. The sophisticated pet-friendly cottage enjoys true coastal chic and an elevated position and offers a hot tub, an open fire, outdoor entertaining spaces, an upside-down design and proximity to the beach.

Sleeps
4
Bedrooms
2

Set in a gorgeous countryside location near Holywell Bay just six miles west of Newquay, this beautifully restored eco home is perfect for four and accept two dogs. Tastefully furnished with a spacious living area, two luxurious bedrooms and fantastic rural views, it is the ideal family retreat.

Sleeps
6
Bedrooms
3

A large family holiday home with wonderful views over one of the UK's best beaches; Fistral Beach. Enjoy sunsets from your own private balcony, or kick back in the open-plan living space. Just a five minute walk to the beach and town centre this is the perfect home for a beach break in Newquay.

Visitors can enjoy a choice of five splendid beaches in the town. Lusty Glaze is a great family beach in a sheltered cove back by cliffs. Tolcarne Beach is suitable for swimming and gentle surfing for children and beginners and some splendid rock pools when the tide recedes. Great Western Beach comprises many small coves, best visited at low tide. Fistral Beach is one of the best surfing beaches in the UK, hosting many international surf competitions. Porth Beach is nicely sheltered by headlands on both sides and is accessed by a footbridge. The Harbour beach reveals itself at low tide and is a great suntrap. Seals can regularly be seen sporting in the water around the harbour.

Newquay is home to the great Cribbar, a rarely occurring enormous wave which the local surfers try their hand for ten seconds of fame as they try to surf this beast of a wave. There are also plenty of other water activities such as sailing and windsurfing, both of which have local qualified instructors and equipment to help you improve your skills.

At night, Newquay becomes a lively little place with a wonderful array of bars and pubs offering great nights out in and amongst the ‘beachy’ atmosphere.