Jasmine House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

27 Henver Road
Newquay
Cornwall
England
TR7 3DG

Jasmine House, Newquay

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Ashley and Cindy welcome you to Jasmine House - Newquay's friendliest guesthouse! Jasmine House is a seven room guesthouse situated conveniently on the main road into Newquay Cornwall's premier tourist resort and the UK's surf capital. We are five minutes walk from Newquay's beautiful Lusty Glaze Tolcarne and Porth beaches and just a stone's throw from the popular local shops at Chester Road (including banks post office newsagent and Spar convenience store). Newquay town centre with its array of shops restaurants bars and clubs is a ten minute stroll away.

Our rooms are all newly decorated and finished to a high standard with en-suite or private bathroomTV tea and coffee making facilities and towels. Your room is serviced daily throughout your stay and full english continental or fruit platter breakfast is included in the price. We offer a warm welcome local knowledge to share and a relaxing comfortable stay here in Newquay Cornwall!

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

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