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Holiday Cottages in Newquay

If you are looking for a classic Cornish seaside holiday that combines laid back charm and vast sandy beaches with a lively vibe look no further than Newquay on the north coast of Cornwall. The combination of the huge golden sandy beaches, the rolling Atlantic swell and a vibrant nightlife ensures that surf dudes, families and party goers alike are all catered for here. Cornwall’s very own airport, just files miles away, means our holiday cottages in Newquay are just as popular for a short weekend break and a last-minute escape to the sea, as they are for a long lazy summer holiday. Read more

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Elmar

Last Minute Offer:Sat, 11th Dec 2021 for 7 nights, £695"Any 3 nights this week £395. Also available over Christmas and New Year"
50.378407, -5.115256

A characterful old holiday cottage dating back four hundred years with an impressive large inglenook fireplace housing a log burning stove in the peaceful village of Cubert, North Cornwall. Walking distance of three beaches (Crantock, Polly Joke and Holywell Bay) and pubs/restaurants in the village for a meal out. Just four miles from Newquay and a great self-catering base for exploring Cornwall's many attractions or enjoying a lazy beach holiday. Tourist board rating: 3 Star

Weekly guide price:
£695 to £1995

4  |   2  |   1  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: 3 (off peak) | 7 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Flexible | 3 Star

50.400974, -5.113569

Tucked snugly between the country and the sea, Talland Croft is a dream property for families and groups of friends who want to squeeze every drop of joy from their holiday in Cornwall. The house, which comfortably accommodates ten people in five bedrooms is on a quiet residential street. It is a short walk from two excellent pubs - The Old Albion and The Cornishman, and less than a twenty minute walk to Crantock Beach. Newquay is only five miles away and Talland Croft is close to Holywell Bay, Fistral Beach and Lusty Glaze Beach, as well as attractions such as the Eden Project, Minack Theatre, St Ives, St Michael's Mount, Newquay Zoo, Lanhydrock House and Trebah Gardens. You have the option of spending your holiday days exploring, relaxing on the beach or surfing, swimming, playing golf, cycling and walking endless miles of beautiful paths and country lanes.

Weekly guide price:
£595 to £2595

10  |   5  |   2  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: 3 (off peak) | 7 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Friday

50.423538, -5.054652

Porth Beach Cottage is a modern holiday home a stone's throw from the beach, cafes, shops and restaurants. It sleeps nine people in four bedrooms with space for two infants in cots and is perfect for families. Features include a light-filled loft living room with a huge TV and games console and a welcoming kitchen/diner with a table big enough for everyone to enjoy relaxed meals with family and friends. There are sea views from three bedrooms and the living room, so you can tell exactly what the surf is doing as soon as you wake up. 

Weekly guide price:
£1750 to £2900
Short breaks from £250 per night

9  |   4  |   No  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: 3 (off peak) | 7 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Friday

50.466823, -5.031759

If you're heading to North Cornwall for your holiday, you'll love this stylish apartment overlooking Mawgan Porth. It's spacious enough for a family or four friends but cosy enough for couples, with lots of touches that make guests feel welcome and settled straight away. With the beach, cafe, pub and shop all within a short walk, you can ignore the car for the duration of your stay. If you want to explore further, then Newquay and Padstow are five and eight miles away respectively, and favourite attractions like Newquay Zoo, Flambards and St Michael's Mount are all within easy reach.

Weekly guide price:
£598 to £2050
Short breaks from £111 per night

4  |   2  |   No  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: 3 (off peak) | 7 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Flexible

50.400410, -5.109092

The resort towns of Cornwall are great, but if you really want to unwind and relax then skip Newquay in favour of its pretty neighbour to the south, Crantock. With thatched cottages, friendly pubs and a lovely sandy beach, it is no surprise that families have enjoyed holidays here for generations. Mizzen is perfect for families and friends who want to be within walking distance of the beach, headland, village shop and pubs. The dog-friendly cottage has space for up to five people to sleep in three bedrooms, a big garden and off-street parking.

Weekly guide price:
£550 to £2050

5+1  |   3  |   2  |   Yes  |   Yes

Min nights: 7 (off peak) | 7 (peak)

Preferred arrival day: Sunday

Self-catering Newquay

The beautiful North Cornish coast is well known for its vast stretches of golden sand and perfect Atlantic swell, but arguably nowhere does beaches and surfing better than the popular seaside town of Newquay. Surrounded by miles and miles of spectacular beaches is it easy to see why this once small fishing village is now a thriving holiday destination. Backed by high cliffs and sand dunes, you will find Newquay’s largest and best-known surfing beach at Fistral Bay. Whether you are a surfing pro, or a beginner looking for a few lessons, this is the ideal spot to catch some waves. And with plenty of cafes and takeaways on the beach it is easy to grab a Cornish pasty or ice cream, or even indulge in a glass of wine and the catch of the day as you watch the action from afar.

If you fancy escaping the crowds at Fistral Beach head three miles up the coast to Watergate Bay. Thrill seekers can try their hand at kitesurfing whilst those wanting to keep their feet firmly on dry land can enjoy a family game of rounders or cricket. The two miles of golden sand should satisfy any budding sand castle fans and as the beach is dog friendly all year round your four-legged friends will love it here too. Alternatively head south to the National Trust owned beaches at Crantock or Holywell. Whilst still popular surfing spots you can also try your hand at snorkelling, canoeing or windsurfing. Or simply hide away in the dunes and enjoy a romantic picnic as you watch the sun go down.

At the end of the day you won’t be short of places to go for a drink or a bite to eat. From cosy pubs, cocktail bars and nightclubs, Newquay certainly has an active nightlife. Whilst a popular haunt for stag and hen dos you can also enjoy a meal at one of the seafront restaurants or a classic fish and chip take away on the beach.

Whilst Newquay might be an ideal venue for younger people it’s not all about surfing and sundowners. Walkers will be blown away by the stunning scenery along the coastal path and there are plenty of places to take a stroll in the surrounding countryside. If you are looking to soak up some history and culture you can while away an hour or two watching the fishermen at work in the harbour or visit the stately home at the National Trust’s Trerice Manor. Kids will love the Blue Reef Aquarium and Newquay Zoo whilst the wildlife, narrow-gauge railways, boating lake and nature trails at Lappa Valley are hard to beat for a traditional family day out.

It is easy to see why Newquay has become Cornwall’s most popular holiday resort. Whether you want to spend family bucket and spade days on the beach, experience the thrill of catching some waves, blow the cobwebs away on a cliff walk or enjoy the lively nightlife, there is plenty to keep everyone entertained here. From stylish beach side apartments to family friendly houses we have a variety of holiday cottages in Newquay to suit everyone.