Crantock Bay Hotel

Newquay, Cornwall, England, TR8 5SE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Newquay, is near Fistral Beach, Lappa Valley Steam Railway, DairyLand Farm World, and Tunnels Through Time.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Newquay

Exeter and Cornwall

A travel blog entry by quirk303 on Oct 12, 2014

4 comments, 8 photos

... from being the only ones who get to enjoy the beach. We turn to return to Newquay via St. Michael's Mount. While I refrained from many jokes about the name of this place, it was a remarkable sight to see. It is an island about 200m by 100m off the coast about 300 metres. It is accessible on foot at low tide or by boat at other times. It was a place where pilgrims would journey to from Britain and embark on a voyage to France to continue ...

Falmouth

A travel blog entry by loisclarke on Oct 10, 2014

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... building activities. Also the troops left here for D Day in WWII. At the top of the museum you get wonderful views over Falmouth and the harbour. The current exhibition on search and rescue was well done with stories of past rescues and a sea king helicopter in the exhibition. It well worth a visit. Later in the afternoon we watched the parade for the Oyster Festival which is on at ...

Falmouth

A travel blog entry by loisclarke on Oct 09, 2014

4 photos

... with a waterfall. It was very hot and humid inside the dome. Walking back up to the car park you passed through a huge outdoor area with lots of different crops and plants, including tea, vegetables and corn to name a few. After our visit there we drove to The Lizard which is the most southern point of the UK. A very rugged coastline and the narrow Kane's to drive ...

Falmouth

A travel blog entry by loisclarke on Oct 08, 2014

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St Ives and surrounds. Weather showers and sunny periods Drove to St Ives where we parked at the top and walked down. A very pretty harbour and cobbled lanes. We had lunch at the Lifeboat Inn. It rained off and on while we were there. Caught the bus back up ...

LOST GARDENS OF HELIGAN

A travel blog entry by rhiannon.harris on Sep 14, 2014

... impressive, especially the arch if trained apple trees that runs through its centre. A real treat to see pineapple fruits growing in the pineapple pits and melons in the glasshouse. Beautiful wall-trained fruit trees abound, as well as a cut flower garden, a fernery and a wall of bee boles. On the woodland walk surrounding the formal gardens is a sculpture trail of natural sculptures - most famous of all, the Giant's Head and The Lady of the ...