Cliff House B&B & The Moorings Apartments

Guest house in Newquay, Cornwall

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59/61 Fore Street

Cliff House B&B & The Moorings Apartments, Newquay

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Why not treat yourself to a wonderful holiday or short break in Newquay, Cornwall. Our beautiful bed & breakfast and self catering apartments are open all year round and a warm welcome awaits you.

If you want the b & b and were full please still enquire as on bookings of 2 days or more we will use the flats as a room if the flats are quiet Cliff House is a Family run Bed & Breakfast in the heart of Newquay. We are centrally located to Newquay town centre and beaches with stunning sea views over Newquay Bay and harbour. please note our R4 & R7 both have sea views but in the room have a sink only with there own private shower & toilet just outside the door also flat 2 has a shower room with sink but again the private toilet is just outside the door its just the way they were built many years ago but not as strange as it might sound .

if you want more information on them please phone Newquay is blessed with a fantastic coastline and an array of stunning beaches; some great for walking on, some for surfing, others for making sandcastles! Newquay is a fantastic year round destination. Imagine an exhilarating cliff top walk on a crisp winter's morning, the sea foaming and seething below, huge surf pounding the dramatic coastline. After you've blown the cobwebs away, why not head for one of Newquay's many cafes or resturants for a warming drink and a bite to eat? Or check out the Lane Theatre, Newquay's renowned playhouse for an evening production.

What's more, Newquay's renowned festival scene is very much alive and kicking, with events to cater for all tastes - from Christmas fayres to wildlife watching days, real ale weekends to food festivals. Newquay makes for a great short break destination in the quieter months - a chance to chill out, recharge the batteries, check out the local farmer's markets or winter festivals.

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