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Newquay is one of Cornwall's best loved resorts, which is not surprising when you consider the amount of attractions and activities available in the surrounding area. Browse our range of holiday cottages in Newquay and find your next home from home.
Why a Holiday Cottage in Newquay?
The town was originally known as Towan Blistra until a new quay was built in the 15th century, used for importing coal and exporting ore, as well as for pilchard fishing. Over the years Newquay has prospered into the bustling seaside town that you see today, complete with a selection of shops, boutiques, countless bars and restaurants, cafes, takeaways and clubs; something to appeal to every taste.
On a holiday in Newquay you won’t struggle for fantastic things to do. Renowned for its surfing, the town has eleven beaches, hosting many surfing competitions, some international, throughout the year. Also in the town there are two golf courses, a skate park, tennis centre, bowling and riding stables, as well as the Blue Reef Aquarium, Newquay Zoo, and Cornwall's Crealy Adventure Park.
Places to visit near Newquay
Follow the South West Coast Path to the nearby villages of Crantock, Mawgan Porth or Perranporth. Head further north and you will find places to visit like Padstow, with the village of Rock just across the estuary. Follow the Camel Trail from Padstow to the towns of Wadebridge or Bodmin. You can also drive for just over half an hour across the Cornish countryside to reach South Cornwall, with key destinations like St Austell, Charlestown and Mevagissey offering plenty to do and see.