Relax and enjoy a seaside break on the Newquay coast and stay at one of a choice of welcoming B&Bs perfect for couples, families and surfing/ activity groups. A bed and breakfast close to Fistral Beach or Watergate Bay is ideal for surfers or if you are planning a family weekend away, stay in a Newquay B&B close to Crantock, Porth, Tolcarne or Harbour Beach. Great family friendly lodge B&Bs are available in the Mawgan Porth area with in-house restaurants and family rooms. B&Bs in the resort offer quality en-suite accommodation at an affordable price. Most are fully licensed with guest bar lounges, free WiFi, onsite private parking and look out for value special offers off peak!
Newquay is ideal for a family break with great attractions to visit including Newquay Zoo, the Lappa Valley Steam Railway and Trerice House. Browse and book from a wide choice of family friendly B&Bs in Newquay with family rooms, cots on request, a baby sitting service, monitors and garden. Some offer evening meals on request or packed lunches for days out. Children under three often stay for free and many more offer discounted rates for children under a certain age. With many properties also accepting dogs by arrangement, the whole family can enjoy a seaside break when booking a stay at a well appointed B&B in Newquay.
Romantic & Rural
The surrounding area of Newquay is also home to a good choice of great quality B&Bs set in a more rural location yet within easy reach of the town’s beaches and amenities. Stay at a beautiful Grade II listed farmhouse B&B set in extensive gardens five miles from the beaches or in a comfortable Porth Guest House with licensed bar and optional home cooked evening meals. Couples are also well catered for with a choice of Newquay guest houses offering romantic four poster rooms and some also have a games room, lounge with log fire and wonderful views over the town. Champagne, chocolates and flowers can also be arranged on request at some B&Bs.
Michelle is an experienced travel writer with iknow and has travelled extensively across the UK, Spain, Portugal and the USA. When she’s not busy writing for iknow she enjoys spending time touring museums and art galleries and seeking out the best independent shops in Manchester and Leeds.