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Tir Chonaill Guest House Star Rating 3        
106 Mount Wise

With views of Newquay Bay, this modest B&B is a 4-minute walk from the Newquay Heritage Archive and Museum, and 7 minutes from the Newquay Tourist Information Centre.The simple, bright rooms feature en suite bathrooms, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment. Some rooms also have sea views.
Hepworth Hotel Star Rating 4        
27 Edgcumbe Avenue

This upscale bed-and-breakfast is a 4-minute walk from both Tolcarne Beach and Newquay train station.The relaxed rooms have contemporary country decor and come with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and iPhone docks, as well as en suite bathrooms, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.Full English breakfast is served in a low-key dining area, and parking is complimentary.
Treveader House        
52 Hilgrove Road

This stylish, family-run guesthouse is an 8-minute walk from Tolcarne Beach and 9 minutes from Newquay train station.The refined, individually decorated rooms all include en suite bathrooms, and have flat-screen TVs, free WiFi and ipod docks, as well as minifridges and tea & coffee making facilities.There's free on-site parking and storage for surfboards and bicycles.
Pentire Hotel Newquay Star Rating 3        
60 Pentire Avenue

This serene hotel overlooking the beach is less than a mile from Fistral beach and a 3-minute walk from the Gannel Estuary.The airy, straightforward rooms come with free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities; many have panoramic ocean views. Family rooms add bunk beds.
Griffin Inn        
Cliff Road

This roadside hotel is part of a modern, family-run pub that's a 2-minute walk from the Newquay train station and a 4-minute walk from the Newquay Surfing School on Great Western Beach.Offering en suite bathrooms and bright decor, the snug rooms come with TVs, desks, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.Free amenities include full English breakfast, on-site parking and WiFi in communal areas.
Aquarius Guest House Newquay Star Rating 1        
29 Henver Road

This relaxed, family-run B&B in a detached roadside house is a 12-minute walk from Lusty Glaze Beach and 0.7 miles from the Newquay train station.The 6 rooms (including 1 in an annexe) have vibrant, home-style decor and private bathrooms, plus TVs, minifridges, and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Sands Resort Porth Star Rating 3        
Watergate Road

This relaxed resort hotel is 12.9 miles from Padstow and 1.9 miles from Newquay.
Reef Island Surf Lodge Star Rating 1.5        
30-32 Island Crescent

This party-focused surf hostel is a 4-minute walk from Towan Promenade and Beach, and a 7-minute walk from Newquay train station.The rooms range from bare-bones dorm rooms with bunk beds to studio apartments with kitchens.There's an on-site cafe offering hot and cold breakfast snacks, a restaurant and a bar area, plus surfboard storage and a wetsuit drying room.
Tregurrian Villas Star Rating 4        
Watergate Bay

This modern, 2-storey holiday apartment complex is a 3-minute walk from both Watergate Bay Beach and Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Cornwall restaurant.The 3 apartments feature 2 bedrooms, washer/dryers and unfussy knotted-wood decor, and offer free WiFi, full kitchens, and living rooms with sofabeds, flat-screen TVs and DVD players. All linens are provided.
Hillcrest Hotel Star Rating 4        
33 Mount Wise

This laid-back hotel is a 10-minute walk from Tolcarne Beach and a 13-minute walk from Trenance Gardens.The 11 bright rooms are decorated with vibrant accents. They come with en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
 
 
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Newquay is a town on the north Atlantic coast of Pydarshire, in Cornwall. Newquay's most well-known beaches are Fistral and Watergate Bay. The wind and the tide in this part of England are ideal for surfers, and Newquay, which often hosts the world championships, is regarded as a paradise by lovers of this sport. When you have had enough of surfing, there is plenty more to do on these lovely beaches. Another of the town's big attractions is the Blue Reef Aquarium, which ensures fun for both children and adults. You can also visit Newquay Zoo, which has some great examples of wildlife from all over the world. If that is still not enough for you, why not spend the day at Waterworld, which has tropical pools, a cafeteria, gardens, terraces, a gym and much more besides. If what you are hoping to find is a good night life, you'll be happy to know that Newquay never sleeps. There is a wide range of pubs and night clubs at hand, and plenty live events going on. Good fun is a certainty in Newquay!