Easter Weekend Newquay


Travel by Coach
1 Included Excursions
  • Enjoy the array of beautiful beaches and cliff-top walks that make Newquay one of the UK’s top holiday destinations
  • Enjoy a jaunt to maritime Falmouth
  • Make the most of a great getaway

The long Easter weekend is the perfect time of year to enjoy a relaxing getaway. Departing on Good Friday and returning on Easter Monday, on our Easter Breaks you can take in the scenic splendours of springtime as you enjoy everything that’s great about a Shearings weekend break. We’ll even treat you to a free Easter gift on Easter Sunday!
This holiday takes us to Cornwall and the popular and vibrant town of Newquay which boasts a number of beautiful and easily accessible beaches. The trip also includes an excursion to Falmouth, which is famous for its beaches and its magnificent natural harbor. So come with us and enjoy the Easter weekend in beautiful surroundings and great company, with Shearings!

This Holiday is Great For

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Day One: Home to Newquay
We’ll make our way from the interchange to Newquay, where we’ll check in to the Beresford hotel and will enjoy a sumptuous evening meal. (D)

Days Two and Three: Newquay

One day will be set aside for an included excursion to Falmouth, the town is famous for its beautiful beaches and the large natural harbor in which it sits. Take the chance to climb Jacobs Ladder, which leads to fantastic views over the estuary, and there’s even a pub at the top, so you can have a well-deserved drink when finished. The other day is set aside for you to enjoy free time as you choose. Newquay has a number of fantastic beaches, part of the reason why it is so popular, for something a little quieter take on one of the numerous cliff walks in the area. (B,D)

Day Four: Newquay to Home
Time to say goodbye today; we depart after breakfast and make our way to the interchange before returning home. (B)

Beresford Hotel


  • Stay in a prime location in Newquay close to all the local attractions and just across the road from Tolcarne Beach
  • Relax in one of the two lounges or take in the sea air in the conservatory     
  • Newquay’s main street begins close by with a number of great shops and bars in easy reach 

Beresford Hotel is one of the best places to stay in Newquay if you want to enjoy the very best of the beaches and attractions that the town has to offer.

The hotel is immediately opposite Tolcarne Beach which is the perfect place to relax and get away from the crowds that take up Towan Beach which is more central in Newquay. A 10 minute walk from the hotel will take you into the very heart of Newquay with a huge variety of shops, bars and restaurants available, giving you everything you could need while away from home.

Newquay has a number of great beaches in its immediate vicinity, Fistral Beach is a short journey away and is walkable if you are feeling active it is worth going out of your way for the space and scenery you will be afforded. Newquay is also ideally located for day trips out to beautiful Cornish coastal towns and villages including Falmouth, Padstow and St Ives which are all within an hour’s drive.

The hotel has two comfortable lounges and a sun lounge, which are great for winding down in after a long day enjoying the very best that Newquay has to offer. In the restaurant you will be able to enjoy fantastic meals at both breakfast and dinner and in room enjoy great coastal views from front facing bedrooms.

Rooms at this hotel

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The Local Area

Included Excursions

Excursion to Falmouth

Enjoy an included excursion to Falmouth which is renowned for its spectacular beaches and stunning harbor. You'll have time to take in the sights of this beautiful town, Pendennis castle is a short walk from Falmouth docks station and after being built by Henry VIII in the 16th century, saw military use for over 400 years before being decommissioned in 1956. Another must see is the Cornish branch of the National Maritime Museum which contains fantastic exhibits detailing national and particularly Cornish contributions to life at sea.