Fistral Beach Apartments
About the Resort
These luxury Cornwall holiday apartments are situated on the Pentire Peninsula, overlooking Fistral Beach and a good walk from the centre of Newquay. This coastal destination is renowned nationwide as one of the best surfing spots in the UK and a popular holiday destination in the South-West
All of our properties are sea-facing, have a high quality, contemporary finish and come with their own private parking. Some guests have exclusive access to their own beach hut where they can store surfboards or water sports equipment. There are also many local attractions within easy reach, including Newquay Golf Club, Holywell Bay Fun Park, the Japanese Gardens and Rick Stein’s famous fish-and-chips restaurant in Padstow. There are loads of great activities to do in Cornwall for the average adventurer including jet-skiing, banana boating, abseiling, sea safari boat trips or coasteering, an exploration along cliffs involving a mix of climbing, swimming and cliff jumping. There are a range of companies offering these types of trips such as Barefoot Coasteer, Newquay Activity Centre, and Cornwall Waverunner Safaris.
Please note: due to the COVID-19
pandemic, the attractions and amenities shown below may be closed or
only offering a limited service. Please check their individual websites
or call them ahead of time to avoid disappointment when visiting.
Things to Try
As a Cornish town by the sea, Newquay is home to some of the greatest fish restaurants in the UK. Restaurants such as The Fish House, Captain Jacks, The Harbour Fish & Grill, or The Boathouse are must visits.
Healeys Cider Farm
This is a fun activity for the grown-ups looking to experience a taste of authentic Cornish cider. If you have children, they will enjoy seeing the farm animals and the tractor tour through the orchards and for the adults it’s all about the tasting!
For a bit of fun, head to Pirates Quest, an immersive walk through experience with special effects and trained actors who recount the intriguing tales and legends of the local area. The scary section can be avoided if you are bringing young children.
As a surfer’s mecca, it would be rude to visit without trying your hand at surfing! Novices are best opting for one of the many excellent schools to learn with as it can be dangerous without proper guidance. If you prefer to stay dry why not see if you can view one of the pro competitions?
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For Food and Drink
From Jamie Oliver’s classy Italian restaurant ‘Fifteen’ through to casual pubs and bars such as Whiskers bar and Bowie Inn, Newquay has something to suit everyone.
There are loads of activities to do in Cornwall, from surfing, to stand up paddle boarding to boating, fishing or walking as well as dining out or hitting the shops.