Newquay

    6 Bed & breakfasts in Newquay

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    Porth Beach

    Beautiful Cornish Beach and well worth visiting! Highly recommend.

    What a stunning beach, a perfect place for a day relaxing and a picnic!

    A charming Elizabethan manor with lovely interiors and garden. It is also more family friendly than many other NT properties, with activities for children and regular special events throughout the year.

    A lovely wee cinema and showing great movies. Great thing to do while on holiday! Highly recommend.

    A great family day out! There are three different trains to ride, as well as a boating lake, crazy golf, a path maze, a woodland walk, pedal cars and play areas.

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    Little Kahuna

    Delicious food from husband and wife a MUST if you want to eat out in Newquay. Highly recommend!

    If you didn't know there was such a thing as Australian cuisine, Bush Pepper will certainly teach you! The extensive and varied menu seems to show that Australian cuisine draws on many international influences, with an emphasis on fresh tropical fruit as an ingredient. And you can order kangaroo of course! Spacious and modern decor and an excellent wine list too.

    A tiny, quirky, value-for-money cafe that serves great coffee and homemade gluten-free cakes. But it is their divine milkshakes and bagels that really set the Jam Jar apart.

    Well cooked, beautifully presented and absolutely delicious food, friendly and attentive staff and fresh, modern yet comfortable decor.

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    The Surfing Capital of Britain

    Newcastle is often called "The Surfing Capital of Britain" thanks to the not-too-shabby breaks at nearby beaches Towan, Great Western and Tolcarne, Crantock Bay, Watergate Bay, and particularly Fistral Beach, where major international competitions are sometimes held.