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Midweek Plus breaks are the perfect antidote to those winter blues! Staying in our comfortable Bay Marina Hotel in Newquay, you’ll enjoy live evening entertainment on Wednesday night, four drinks vouchers to use on Wednesday night as well as sightseeing excursions. These breaks offer fantastic value for money!
We depart the interchange and travel to Newquay where we check into our hotel and enjoy an evening meal.
Days Two to Four
During our three days in Newquay we will enjoy two included excursions. We take a trip to Falmouth, famous for its beaches and large natural harbour. We will also visit Padstow, known for its history as a fishing port and the number of restaurants in town owned by celebrity chefs. 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.
After breakfast we depart and return home via the interchange.
Enjoy the very best of Newquay’s beaches with numerous places to enjoy the sea and sand within an easy walk of the hotel.
Towan Beach is Newquay’s main spot for all the fun of the seaside, with a number of bars, restaurants and shops close by. For a more relaxed experience head just across the road to Tolcarne Beach, a far quieter and more secluded option than Towan.
Head a little way out of town and you can find the Fistral Beach, which is huge in comparison to the beaches in town and is worth the journey for the space and scenery you will find here. From the town take a day trip to Cornish coastal towns and villages such as Falmouth, Padstow and St Ives, all of which can be reached in an hour by car.
A number of the rooms in the hotel are front facing with spectacular views over Tolcarne beach and to the town centre behind it. In the restaurant you can enjoy fabulous breakfasts and evening meals before enjoying a relaxing evening drink in the bar and lounge.
Jaunt 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 the town centre 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.
Trip to Padstow
We visit the scenic and historic fishing village of Padstow. The harbour is the main attraction of this beautiful town and is a great place to see fishermen and visitors mooring their boats as you enjoy this scenic place. Take a seat or enjoy a drink in a café or pub around here and watch children fish for crabs overlooking the harbours calm waters.