B&Bs in Newquay

Perched on Cornwall’s Atlantic Coast and bordered by several miles of golden beaches, it’s no wonder Newquay is one of the nation’s favourite seaside towns. Explore a variety of charming B&Bs and guest houses in the area and start planning your next adventure.


Nestled in Newquay's coastal charm, a B&B offers more than just a place to rest. Wake to the soothing hum of waves, indulge in hearty Cornish breakfasts, and experience personalised hospitality.

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B&Bs in Newquay

Enjoy a unique and charming experience during your stay at a Bed & Breakfast in Newquay. Start your day with a hearty breakfast before heading out to explore all that this seaside town has to offer. If you find yourself wishing you could surf, but have never got round to it, then there’s no better time to learn than when in Newquay. There are multiple surf schools all across the town, taking on skill levels from learner to expert. If surfing’s not quite your cup of tea, there’s plenty of other watersports to learn, including kite surfing, Stand up paddle boarding, windsurfing and wave skiing.

Your host will tell you everything you need to know about the local area, and can provide valuable recommendations on nearby attractions, hidden gems, and activities. Their insider tips can help enhance your Cornwall experience and introduce you to lesser-known places.


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  • Like everywhere on the Cornish coast, if you are lucky you will see seals and dolphins, but it's not guaranteed. There are boats that will take you out looking for them, and over the years there have been sightings of seals in the harbour at Newquay.

    If you are lucky enough to spot them in the harbour, do not be tempted to approach them, seals are wild animals and have a bite far worse than a dogs!

  • Yes, it sits just behind the main beaches and town and is dotted with individual and specialist local shops, restaurants and cafes, as well as some well known national chains. Being Newquay, there's also a large number of surf shops and boutiques aimed at the surfing and beach-loving visitors.

  • Newquay is in Cornwall, though there is also a Newquay in Devon, but it's an abandoned industrial port on the Tamar Riverl? There is also a New Quay on the West Wales coast, but neither are as nice as the Cornish one!

  • There has been a lot of bad press about Newquay over the years, but it is still the most popular resort town in Cornwall. It may not be for everybody, but if you are looking for a beach holiday, somewhere with some nightlife or great surf, then you should consider Newquay!

    On the other hand, if you want to visit Cornwall to find solitude on a secluded beach or go in search of Ross Poldark, you might want to look elsewhere.

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