Key West Hotel
Travel Blogs from Newquay
... one of the more challenging Cornwall circuits. Hopefully the sound uploads with the clip so you get to hear the commentary in the back seat along the way. We shot this Saturday on the way south to Lamorna and Logan's Rock. Since then I've had some even more challenging drives but this one's not bad. ...
... sun stretched out on top of the beach stone wall while Jenny and Jeremy watch the girls who are still not too old to play on the swings. When I wake, the tides in and the sea path is submerged. We then drive to Carbis Bay to visit Dennis and Audry. Saturday the weather's gone back to Cornwall's default forecast - hazy drizzle with occasional gusty winds. In the morning we drove through Mousehole to capture the ride on video shot from the car (see my blog Mousehole Joy Ride) and ...
... extreme westerly point of mainland England.
Day 4 - Saturday 21st Sept.
Today was a free day for us to explore the historic town of Falmouth. We had numerous options for filling in our day. We chose a ferry trip to St Mawes, where we visited St Mawes Castle, built during the reign of Henry VIII. Another quaint fishing village with more unique galleries & shops.
Home very foot sore & weary.
... real coffee. I'm now on an impossible quest, but being an obsessive-compulsive I can't help myself. (Incidentally, in case you're wondering, I rated the coffee 2 stars.) For lunch we drove to Trevaskis Farm where just about everything on your table is grown on site. I lucked out on my first two choices from the menu which had sold out - we didn't sit down to eat until around 2pm - so settled for a ...
... wild ponies & because of the inclement weather covered in mist. Another quaint village where we stopped for coffee was Widecombe.
Last night we stayed at the Two Bridges Hotel in Dartmoor which was built in 1770. Many famous guests have stayed there over its 240 year history including Vivienne Leigh, Winston Churchill, Wallace Simpson, Nicholas Cage.
Left Dartmoor after breakfast - travelled through more narrow roads & bridges ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Key West Hotel Newquay
Other places to stay in Newquay
East Street, Newquay | 3 star hotelfrom $131
- Disgrace to cornwall visistors
Narrowcliff, Newquay | 3 star hotelfrom $146
Fistral Beach, Newquay | 4 star hotelfrom $147
- Superb Hotel in many ways
- Simply a great hotel
- A Fabulous Easter Break
Esplanade Road, Fistral Beach, Newquay | 3 star hotelfrom $110
- Comfortable and friendly
- Very good value
- Nice hotel 'but'
Esplanade Rd, Fistral Beach, Newquay | Hotelfrom $101
- Briliant, Well balanced Break in Newquay
- Dogs no longer welcome
- Don't Be Fooled By The Website
Cliff Road, Newquay | 3 star hotelfrom $68
6-12 Hilgrove Road, Newquay | Hotelfrom $95
12-14 Narrowcliff, Newquay | Hotelfrom $66
11 Trevose Avenue, Newquay | Hotelfrom $61
5 - 7 The Crescent, Newquay | Hotelfrom $61
Trebarwith Cresent, Newquay | Hotelfrom $135
On the Beach, Newquay | Hotelfrom $125
- Try to avoid this hotel if you don't want to burn your money
- Great location
- Beware this Hotel!
Watergate Rd, Newquay | 3 star hotelfrom $167
Dane Road, Newquay | Hotelfrom $159
- Unchanged in 22 years
- What are you talking about??
- Fantastic Few Days
60 Pentire Ave, Newquay | 3 star hotelfrom $107
32 Pentire Crescent, Newquay | 3 star hotelfrom $112
Quintrell Downs, Newquay | Hotelfrom $80
Narrowcliff, Newquay | Hotelfrom $47
10-12 Berry Road, Newquay | Hotelfrom $56
- Like a Prison!!!!!!
- What a rip off!
Mount Wise, Newquay | Hotelfrom $76
Narrowcliff, Newquay | Hotelfrom $69
narrowcliffe, Newquay | Hotelfrom $67
Narrowcliff, Newquay | Hotelfrom $108