Surfside Hotel

A Small Hotel in Newquay, Cornwall

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

12 Esplanade Road
Newquay
Cornwall
England
TR71QA

Surfside Hotel, Newquay

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Beach front Hotel.The Surfside Hotel.Stunning views over Fistral Beach.A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at the Surfside Hotel, with its growing reputation for a friendly relaxed atmosphere. Come and be our guests and see why people return year after year. A great holiday atmosphere the perfect holiday location.

The Surfside Hotel is a 14 bedroom family run hotel with spectacular unobstructed views overlooking Fistral Beach, which is renowned for its surfing connections. The hotel has its own car park, and also has the benefit of a restaurant, bar and sun terrace which overlooks the beach. We are a short distance from Newquay town centre, and yards away from Fistral beach with its lovely rock pools.

Ideally situated for coastal walks, surfing, fishing and enjoying the beautiful golden sands of the beach. The hotel is only 25 minutes drive from the world famous Eden Project and only a short distance from Newquays waterparks, zoo, and golf course.

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