Cornwall is the ideal setting for a family holiday: with 300 miles of coastline, there are endless water-based activities. A long and impressive heritage guarantees something for everyone.
Treloy Golf Course
Visit nearby Treloy Golf Club for a challenging 9-hole course, or practise your shots at the adjacent Newquay Golf Range. A discounted rate is available for our guests visiting the Golf Club.
This two-mile stretch of sand is ideal for learning to surf, body board, kite surf, or stand-up paddle surfing.
Newquay’s iconic beach, one of the best surfing beaches in the UK. The Boardmasters Festival 2017 is held here 9th-13th August, Cornwall’s own surf and music festival.
Mawgan Porth Beach
A family- friendly beach just a few miles away, it’s ideal for exploring as it’s full of rock pools, caves and has acres of soft golden sand. It is also popular with surfers and body-boarders.
Newquay’s Trenance Leisure Park includes riding stables and rowing and pedal boats for hire on the boating lake. It is home to Newquay Zoo and Waterworld with a 25m swimming pool, fun pool, and fitness centre. There is also a skate park, mini railway, cafe, and even crazy golf. Next door are Heron Tennis courts, offering both indoor and outdoor courts for hire. The kids’ adventure play area is worth a visit.
This quaint old fishing village is known as one of Cornwall’s great foodie destinations, but is also perfect for exploring, and kids love to try crabbing from the harbour wall.
Camel Bike Trail
This scenic and safe cycle ride alongside the Camel Estuary is the perfect way to get all ages in the saddle. With ever changing views along this old railway track, even young riders will surprise you with their endurance from Padstow to Wadebridge. And if you feel like more, head on through the wooded Camel Valley to Bodmin.
Deep Sea Fishing
Take a trip from Newquay harbour and try your luck at catching your dinner!