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Price and Availability Index in Newquay
Holiday Letting Price Information in Newquay
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Newquay. Newquay is most expensive in August (03/08 - 10/08), when prices are on average £198 a night. Conversely, the cheapest average prices are in one week of January (12/01 - 19/01).
Holiday Home Availability Information in Newquay
Find out the percentage of available rentals & cottages in Newquay with the graph above. It is harder to find accommodation during the week of December (22/12 - 29/12), as 65% of the rentals are booked. More properties are available during one week of September (28/09 - 05/10), when the booking rate is only 30%.
The Weather in Newquay
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month of the year in Newquay, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 19°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 4° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is March.
Choose your Newquay accommodation for the perfect Cornish getaway
Newquay holiday lettings provide a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in Cornish culture. Just 16 km from Truro, Newquay has many holiday cottages to choose from, so there is something to suit every taste. Newquay is one of the most popular destinations in the South West due to its unique and beautiful landscape. It offers visitors a wide range of activities, including a visit to the zoo or exploring its status as the surfing capital of the UK. There is certainly something for everyone in Newquay.
Getting to Newquay
A key reason for Newquay's popularity is its accessibility. With a train station located close to the beaches, and frequent trains to and from London daily, rail has proved a popular option for many seeking to explore Newquay holiday lettings. However, the most substantial transport centre in Cornwall is without a doubt Newquay Cornwall Airport. The airport provides links to many other parts of the UK and has been a fully commercial airport since 2011. National Express coaches run from many parts of the UK, and Newquay enjoys a good local bus service.
Cuisine in Newquay
Newquay holiday lettings are ideal for those who prefer to plan their holiday independently, and Newquay is not short of delightful places to eat and drink. Any time spent in Cornwall is not complete without trying its most famous delicacies, the Cornish pasty and Cornish ice cream, but for meals out, a unique opportunity is the Jamie Oliver's Fifteen restaurant overlooking Watergate bay. The 100-seater restaurant prides itself on offering opportunities to underprivileged youths to train under professional chefs and is a thoroughly enjoyable culinary experience, overlooking one of the most popular beaches near Newquay. Newquay itself, as a fishing port, was historically famous for its pilchards, although now the fishing industry there focuses mainly on edible crabs and lobsters. You can sample these seafood delights at many restaurants or at the many stalls which pepper the coastline.
Weather in Newquay
Newquay can attribute some of its popularity to the fine weather that the town enjoys, with the average high temperatures during the summer months over 20 degrees. Like the rest of Cornwall, Newquay experiences warmer winters than many other parts of the UK, with average lows between December and January rarely falling below 5 degrees Celsius, making it popular all year round. Although the summers are cooler than many other parts of Britain, Cornwall is one of the sunniest places in the UK, and Newquay enjoys some of the finest uninterrupted sunshine in the country.
Sightseeing in Newquay
Since the 1960s, Newquay has developed some of the most popular sightseeing spots in Cornwall, including the Little Western Railway and the zoo. With its numerous playgrounds, gardens and idyllic little lake, Trenance Gardens and Leisure Park offer plenty of fun and relaxation for families staying in Newquay holiday homes. However, the main draw of Newquay holiday lettings is the nine extensive beaches to the north of the town. Newquay's small population is multiplied almost five times during the summer months by those seeking to enjoy the long hours of sunshine on the beautiful sandy beaches.
Nightlife in Newquay
Newquay is a popular nightlife destination in Cornwall and Newquay holiday lettings offers a range of evening activities with bars, traditional pubs, clubs and beachside cafés. Live music is readily available and reflects Cornwall's unique culture. The nightclubs in Newquay have often seen performances from popular UK radio DJs.
Activities in Newquay
Newquay holiday lettings are the perfect base for those who prefer active and exciting trips, and there are many options for experiencing outdoor Newquay for the whole family. The Extreme Sports Academy at Watergate Bay is located near to Newquay airport and targets a younger age group. It provides courses in surfing, water skiing and kitesurfing, and the bay has hosted the English National Surfing Championships. For those who enjoy walking, the 1000 km South West Coast Path runs through the town, and is known for its aesthetic beauty and breathtaking coastal views.
Newquay is an extremely desirable location all year round, and is situated in one of the most beautiful parts of the UK. Newquay holiday homes are a great choice if you prefer to plan your holiday independently. Due to the extensive activities on offer, Newquay offers something for all ages, whether you are travelling independently or as a family or group of friends.
Newquay - a paradise for surfers and families
The Atlantic waves are broken by a coral reef not far from Fistral Beach, creating ideal surfing conditions with waves reaching up to 9m height.
Three miles from Newquay, at the bottom of steep cliffs, lies this large expanse of golden sandy beach. The bay is popular with both families and surfers.
Try celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurant overlooking the bay after whetting your appetite in the ocean.
Cornwall Aviation Centre
The aeroplane museum at Newquay Airport has indoor and outdoor exhibitions, a 1950s-themed cafe, gift shop and picnic area.
Home to more than 130 rare and endangered species, including small red panda bears from China and meerkats, Newquay Zoo is just a short walk from the city centre.
Lappa Valley Steam Railway
Lappa Valley is a fun attraction park for families, with train rides on small replica engines, crazy golf, nature trails, play areas and a canoeing lake.
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