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Newquay is approximately four miles north of Crantock by road. It is a busy centre of activity, providing entertainment for visitors of all ages. Enjoy strolling around the shops and gardens or take part in the many sporting and leisure activities that Newquay has to offer.

Newquay has many beaches, the most famous being Fistral beach, renowned for its national and international surfing competitions, drawing thousands of people to the town each year.

Newquay, which established itself as a holiday resort in Victorian times, is still an immensely popular resort. It has an array of high-street shops, pubs and clubs, golf courses, tropical gardens, a boating lake, horse-riding stables, Newquay Zoo and Sainsburys, ASDA and Morrisons supermarket stores, to name but a few.

Whilst Newquay has now become a trendy, town of busy day and night life, it still retains some real gems, reminiscent of its Victorian history; such steady co-existence of styles few places can boast.

Beyond Newquay
North of Newquay you will find Porth, Watermouth Bay and Bedruthan Steps, with many beautiful and secluded coves to discover along the way. You may also come across seals and dolphins which frequent this stretch of the coastline.

Further north by road or path, you eventually arrive at Padstow. Now Padstow is more popular than ever since Rick Stein opened a number of eating establishments and shops to add to his famous restaurant on the harbour front.

Whether you visit Padstow to enjoy the fine artistic cuisine or to consume the beauty of the quaint village, with a real Cornish ice cream or fish and chips (or both), we are sure that you will enjoy the occasion.