Hotels in Newquay

With beachfront locations, Newquay's hotels promise spectacular views of the North Coast.


Whether you're seeking a luxury escape or a quaint countryside retreat, Newquay's hotels offer a wide range of options to suit every taste and budget.

Fistral Beach Hotel

Hotels in Newquay

Newquay is one of the nation’s favourite seaside towns. It’s a place for relaxation, where you an enjoy the beaches along the rugged north coast. Choose to stay front and centre overlooking some of the town's most loved beaches, or take a step back from it all at a cosy countryside retreat.

Many of Newquay's hotels boast incredible spa facilities, offering rejuvenating treatments and therapies with access to hot-tubs, swimming pools, saunas, and hydrotherapy pools. Elsewhere, experience a true taste of Cornwall at the hotel restaurant, sampling food fresh from land and sea.


The answers to your all-important Cornish questions.

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  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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.


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