Newquay Bay Resort

About Newquay Bay Resort

Newquay Bay Resort is situated in a prime location in Cornwall, sitting in a tranquil countryside valley still conveniently close to the coast and just a couple of miles from the vibrant seaside town of Newquay and all of its attractions. The gorgeous sandy shore of Porth Beach is within walking distance, with other scenic seafront locations such as Fistral Beach and Watergate Bay also within easy reach.

We offer a range of superb accommodation at Newquay Bay Resort, including comfortable and luxurious caravans and stylish contemporary glamping pods. The on-park amenities are second to none, with indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a sauna and steam room, a hair and beauty salon, a restaurant, a café, and a shop. There’s even a surf school where you can arrange lessons at Watergate Bay, as well as an adventure playground for little ones and a packed entertainment schedule during peak holiday season.

Swimming pools, sauna and steam room

Fancy a dip? Newquay Bay has an indoor and an outdoor heated swimming pool. Plus, relax and unwind in the sauna and steam room. Outdoor pool open from mid-May to mid-September, weather permitting.

Surf school

Newquay is the surf capital of the UK, so why not try it for yourself? The on-site surf school will whisk you to gorgeous Watergate Bay for lessons where anyone can learn to take to the waves.

Hair and beauty salon

Treat yourself to a pamper session in Newquay Bay’s hair and beauty salon, where a range of luxurious treatments are available. Haircuts, extensions, dye, pedicures, manicures and more are available.

Live entertainment and events

A packed entertainment schedule, running from Easter to October half-term, guarantees fun for all the family. There’s live music, quizzes, talent shows, kids’ activities, and more – always something to do or see!

Restaurant, café and shop

On the park you’ll find a café for breakfast, lunch and drinks, as well as the Porth Venue restaurant serving family favourites, daily specials and a pizza menu. There’s also an on-site shop for those daily essentials.

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Local beaches

Newquay Bay Resort is within easy reach of some superb beaches. The nearest is Porth Beach, a fantastic stretch of sand that’s just a 15-minute walk from the resort and very family friendly. Also close by is Watergate Bay, a popular sandy surfing spot where the on-site surf school can take you for lessons.

Newquay

It’s well worth exploring the bustling seaside town of Newquay, just a couple of miles from the resort. Meet the animals at Newquay Zoo, learn about life beneath the waves at Blue Reef Aquarium, come face-to-face with scurvy swashbucklers at Pirate’s Quest, visit the town’s historic harbour, and much more.

Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre

Located at Newquay Airport, Cornwall Aviation Heritage Centre is a museum where you can learn all about aeroplanes past and present. Sit in the cockpit of the Hawker Harrier jump jet as well as others, take tours of various iconic aircraft, and learn from the experienced team. There’s also a café and a gift shop.

Camel Creek Adventure Park

Family fun is the order of the day at Camel Creek Adventure Park. Here you’ll find experiences suitable for all ages, with everything from pulse-pounding rollercoasters to gentle children’s rides. There’s also a menagerie of animals to meet, as well as popular kids’ characters and plenty of places to eat.

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For Food and Drink

Newquay has a range of great places to eat and is known as something of a foodie favourite. Particularly of note is the Fish House, situated on Fistral Beach. And there’s plenty of offerings from celebrity chefs, including Rick Stein’s restaurant, Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall, and Paul Ainsworth at No. 6.

For Attractions

There’s no shortage of fantastic attractions in Cornwall. See the stunning variety of plant life in the Eden Project’s biomes, visit the thriving Lost Gardens of Heligan, enjoy exciting rides at Flambards theme park, experience the island landmark of St Michael’s Mount, and explore the romantic ruins of Tintagel Castle.

For Activities

The coastal location is ideal for watersports and boat trips. As well as the on-site surf school, there are plenty of other ways to get out on the water, including on the bustling Fistral Beach. A range of boat trips, from sightseeing and nature-watching tours to fishing excursions, also depart from the harbour in Newquay.