Nestled on the beach, this Newquay hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Fistral Beach and Huer's Hut. Towan Beach and Newquay Golf Club are also within 15 ...
£115 per night for 2 guestsThe Headland Hotel and Spa£115
This family-friendly Newquay hotel is located near the airport, within 3 mi (5 km) of Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps, Japanese Garden and Bonsai Nursery and Watergate ...
£133 per night for 2 guestsBedruthan Hotel and Spa£133
Situated in St Austell, this spa hotel is within 3 miles (5 km) of Charlestown Harbour, Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre and Porthpean Beach. Pinetum ...
£75 per night for 2 guestsThe Cornwall Hotel Spa & Estate£75
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Tolcarne Beach, Great Western Beach and Newquay Zoo. Lusty Glaze Beach and Newquay Parish ...
£43 per night for 2 guestsBest Western Hotel Bristol£43
Cornwall’s premier commercial airport is just over four miles to the northeast of Newquay, on the county’s stunning north coast. Cornwall is justly renowned for its multitude of excellent B&B options, mainly family-run and offering the traveller all the home comforts they could want. On the other hand, staying in the vicinity of Newquay Cornwall Airport also has its advantages, as many of the bigger hotel chains are here, offering high levels of service and many specialist facilities for the business traveller.
Newquay is an attractive modern town and former fishing village on the north coast of Cornwall, one of the most atmospheric coastlines in the UK, and studded with hidden bays and coves. Because of this, the towns here used to do a healthy trade in smuggled goods, but nowadays the trend is firmly towards tourism. Newquay and the surrounding towns and villages have a great selection of accommodation options, from the grand hotels lining the seafront in Newquay itself to numerous smaller guesthouses and B&B establishments. Some of the bigger hotels are historic listed buildings, and many of the guesthouses are on dairy farms, so you get a real taste of traditional Cornwall here, whichever option choose.
Leisure travellers in Cornwall will find plenty of clean, tidy and well-priced rooms in the rural parts of the county father away from the airport. These are usually run by families who bend over backwards to welcome guests and provide them with a memorable experience of the region. The airport hotels too have their appeal and are slick and efficient establishments designed to cater for business as well as leisure travellers.
With surprisingly fast broadband internet access and a host of other essential facilities and services, such as conferencing space and photocopying machines, the big chain hotels close to Newquay Cornwall offer everything the corporate traveller needs to keep on top of things between meetings. Comfort and convenience are the name of the game here, and as well as five-star accommodation, you can often enjoy spa treatments and extensive sports facilities.
Whether you’re just passing through Newquay Cornwall Airport or have a lengthier visit in mind, the area is full of great attractions. Based in a spa hotel on the outskirts of town or a farmhouse B&B in the countryside, you’ll have easy access to everything from the Lappa Valley Steam Railway to the Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre.
Cornwall maintains a unique tradition when it comes to cuisine, and from the plush hotels and restaurants of Newquay to the smaller guesthouses of the region, you can enjoy mouth-watering dishes in style and comfort. The airport hotels have excellent restaurants, offering the likes of Cornish pasties and Stargazy Pie, a traditional seafood dish. Treats like clotted cream, Cornish Fairings and Hevva Cake are also very much in evidence and on the menu of every hotel and guesthouse around the airport, as well as the ubiquitous Cornish pasty!