The property has parking available outside the property, depending on car sizes between 6 and 8 spaces are avilable.
Things to Do
Newquay is on the South West coast path overlooking seven sandy beaches with spectacular sea view walks along the coastline. Below is a useful walking website detailing fantastic walks within easy reach of the property.
Newquay Riding Stables
Horse riding along the Gannel river, from novices to experienced riders, as well as beach riding and children’s lessons.
Trenance Stables, Trenance Leisure Centre, Newquay TR7 2HU (5 minute drive)
01637 872699 | www.newquayridingstables.co.uk
The Big Shoot
It doesn’t matter what your skill level is, as newbies and experts are both more than welcome to join this clay shooting community in St Columb. They have a wide range of facilities.
0800 078 9508 | www.thebigshoot.co.uk/en/venue/oVenue-10749_oVenAct-5
Newquay Golf Club
Measuring 6141 yards long off the Blue Tees, Newquay’s scenic seaside location overlooking the famous Fistral Beach provides an ideal location for this course that is both challenging and rewarding to play. The par 69 course is renowned for having some of the best greens in the county and is well protected by some well-placed pot bunkers, making accuracy the key to good scoring.
Tower Road, Newquay TR7 1LT (5 minute drive)
01637 874354 | www.newquaygolfclub.co.uk | email@example.com
Porth is set in a steep sided valley surrounded by woodlands just outside Newquay. The lake is very mature with overhanging treelines and large beds of lily pads. It contains carp to 34lb and is home to some stunning fish such as ‘Arnie’ and ‘Her Indoors’ (both mirrors) which are regularly caught over 30lbs. Porth currently has approx. 6 fish over 30lbs and there is a great head of back up 20’s with the majority of fish over 25lbs. There are bream to 12lbs, Rudd to 2lb, roach 2lb plus pike to 24lb and perch to 5lb. Match weights up to 50lbs are common and it also produces great sport for pleasure anglers. The pike fishing is winter only from 1st October
to 29th February.
Porth Reservoir, Newquay, Cornwall TR8 4JS (20 minute drive)
Yellow Bike Hire
This company will deliver the bikes to the property if you are renting the bikes for more than one day.
13 Island Cres, Newquay TR7 1DZ (5 minute drive)
07875 377120 | www.yellowbikehire.co.uk
Pampering & fitness
The Headland Spa
Deep at the heart of The Headland Hotel lies the entrance to another world. A world of balance, pampering and wellbeing, where the focus is on you, your body and your spirit. The first ‘Five Bubble’ rated spa in the region, The Headland Spa is one of the most respected yet undiscovered spas in Cornwall.
The Headland Hotel & Spa, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 1EW (5 minute drive)
01637 872211 | www.headlandhotel.co.uk/spa | firstname.lastname@example.org
Fantastic tennis centre and café.
Trenance Park, Newquay, Cornwall. TR7 2LZ (5 minute drive)
01637 877555 | www.heron-tennis.co.uk
Dragon Leisure Centre
Indoor swimming pool, fitness suite, fitness classes – Aquafit, dance, Boxercise, fitball, yoga, Zumba etc.
Dragon Leisure Centre, Lostwithiel Road, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL31 1DE (30 minute drive)
01637 853828 | www.tempusleisure.org.uk
Newquay Sea Safaris
Watch seals in their natural environment before speeding out to deeper ocean for more off-shore wildlife encounters to complete your adventure! Spot dolphins, Basking sharks, Sunfish, Harbour Porpoise and a huge array of sea birds, or watch the Skipper haul his lobster pots. Every day there are different encounters and sea states so this is a trip that will delight every time.
South Quay Hill, Newquay TR7 1HR (5 minute drive)
07977 000444 / 08443814 044 | www.newquayseasafarisandfishing.co.uk/newquay-sea-safaris
Top Things to Do for Children
Get close to over 1,000 of the world’s rarest and endangered animals. Located on the north coast of Cornwall, surrounded by 13 acres of lush tropical gardens, you can run wild, explore and release your inner animal.
Trenance Gardens, Newquay TR7 2NL (5 minute drive)
01637 873342 | www.newquayzoo.org.uk
Lappa Valley Steam Railway
The Lappa Valley Steam Railway is a 15” minimum gauge railway located near Newquay in Cornwall. The railway functions as a tourist attraction, running from Benny Halt to East Wheal Rose, where there is a leisure area.
Benny Halt, Newquay TR8 5LX (15 minute drive)
01872 510317 | www.lappavalley.co.uk | email@example.com
Hollywell Bay Fun Park
Ride, slide, splash and spin – with free entry, free parking and 25 rides and attractions, Newquay’s Holywell Bay Fun Park is a great day out for all the family and one of the top things to do in Newquay.
Holywell Bay, Newquay, Cornwall TR8 5PW (15 minute drive)
01637 830095 | www.holywellbayfunpark.co.uk
Camel Creek Adventure Park
Camel Creek Adventure Park is a vibrant and welcoming visitor destination year-round, uniquely interpreting the legends of the area and famous for delivering great adventures and days out for the whole family. The Park is an all-weathers attraction and open all year round, with annual activities reflecting the seasons.
Tredinnick, Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 7RA (30 minute drive)
01841 540276 | www.camelcreek.co.uk
Dairyland Farm World
Dairyland Farm World, near Newquay, Cornwall offers a fantastic adventure park to suit all ages. From slides to the nature trail, tractor rides and pony rides, to milking the cows, feeding the animals and touring the museums. A visit to this fun farm promises a great value family day out.
Summercourt, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5AA (15 minute drive)
01872 510349 | www.dairylandfarmworld.com
Newquay Activity Centre
Learn to surf or go bodyboarding on Cornwall’s fantastic beaches or try coasteering for a thrill-seeking buzz. Offering daily sessions and weekend camps for anyone wanting to take their lessons further.
22 Headland Road, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1HN (5 minute drive)
01637 877722 / 01637 879571 | www.newquayactivitycentre.co.uk
Local to Halula Beach House there are a great range of festivals taking place throughout the year. Anything from the Newquay Fish Festival where famous and local chefs show off their expertise in local cooking demonstrations, to polo on the beach or Surf 7’s Rugby Tournament. Surfing is now an official Olympic sport and England’s surfing capital is right on Halula’s doorstep! There are many surfing events and adrenaline sports championships to watch during your stay.
2-9 July is Newquay Carnival week, bringing with it a heap of fun for all ages: live music, demos and bouncy castles are just a few of the things on offer. August boasts one of the highlights to the coast and it goes by the name of Boardmasters – a renowned music and surfing festival comprising everything from live music to surf lessons and wellbeing to skating and BMXing.
October is Halloween month, and it’s a big deal in Newquay, which is famous for its ‘zombie crawl’ on the 29th, a spooky sleepover at Camel Creek and creepy crafts and scary trails at Newquay’s Trerice Manor House. In November, make sure to check out the amazing bonfire night with firework displays over Porth Beach.