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Newperran

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About the Resort

Situated amid Cornwall’s rolling countryside, Newperran is a superb destination for anyone looking for a peaceful break, with all the amenities you need right on your doorstep. The fantastic on-site facilities include the Hillview bar and eatery, an indoor heated swimming pool, and an adventure playground and skate park to keep the kids busy. Distant sea views from the resort give away how conveniently close you are to the Cornish coast by car, making it an ideal place for enjoying a seaside break while still having a tranquil rural bolthole to escape to at the end of the day.

The cosy caravans on this resort guarantee a comfortable stay, with modern facilities and fittings as well as plenty of space to spread out. The 2-bed caravan sleeps up to 6 guests, while the 3-bed can accommodate up to 8, perfect for larger groups. Pet-friendly versions are also available, so you can even bring along the dog.

Swimming Pool

Little can be more refreshing than taking a welcome dip, and the resort's indoor heated pool is the ideal place. There's also a separate paddling pool, suitable for babies and toddlers, so little ones won't miss out.

Hillview Bar & Eatery

Head to the Hillview for tasty food, refreshing drinks, and plenty of space to sit and socialise, whether indoors or out on the sun terrace. During busier seasons, there's even a live entertainment schedule to enjoy.

Adventure Playground

Keep the kids entertained and let them burn off that excess energy at the adventure playground, with slides, swings and more. It's a perfect place for them to have fun and maybe meet some new friends.

Skate Park

If your kids have outgrown the adventure playground, or are of a more thrillseeking disposition, they'll love Newperran's on-site skate park, which boasts quality equipment and a convenient central location.

Near the Beach

A stay at Newperran puts you just a 10-minute drive from the spectacular Cornish coastline, and a mere 15 minutes from the popular seaside resort of Newquay, where you'll find the famous Fistral Beach.

Things to Try

Lappa Valley Steam Railway

Take a ride on an adorable minimum-gauge railway through beautiful Cornish scenery and find the perfect place for a day of family fun. There's lots to do here beyond just taking a trip on the trains, with a boating lake, a huge playground, and gorgeous natural surroundings to explore.

Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre

Flight fans will have the time of their lives at the volunteer-run Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre at Newquay Airport, where they can get a hands-on experience with all kinds of amazing aircraft and learn all about them. With a wide variety of planes, it's a great family day out.

Newquay Zoo

For a wild day out, pay a visit to the fabulous Newquay Zoo, where over a thousand spectacular species of animal are waiting to meet you. Marvel at lions, lemurs, lizards and much, much more. And with actitivies, face-painting, a play area and a fun maze, the kids will never get bored!

Blue Reef Aquarium

If the seaside setting puts you in the mood for exploring life beneath the waves, take a trip to the Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay. Here you'll find amazing aquatic animals such as sharks, octopuses, and turtles, as well as an incredible underwater tunnel to get up close and personal.

Create Incredible Memories

For Food and Drink

Head over to Newquay for a wide range of restaurants to suit all tastes, including the Fish House, which overlooks Fistral Beach and serves fantastic fresh seafood locally sourced from Newquay Harbour. Or, for a delicious Cornish cream tea, head a little further afield to the St Mawgan Tea Room.

For Attractions

Head to the stunning domes of the Eden Project and see the amazing diversity of plant life that thrives in the striking biomes within - an amazing day out which truly showcases the wonders of nature. Other great destinations include Flambards Theme Park and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.

For Activities

There's countless things to see and do along Cornwall's scenic coastline. Why not follow the South West Coast Path for a stroll alongside the sea, or cycle through the countryside on the Camel Trail? Beaches including Fistral, Perranporth and Watergate Bay are also great for all kinds of aquatic activities.