Newquay Holiday Cottages & Lodges With Hot Tubs

Looking for the perfect summer escape? Catch the waves in Newquay – the surfing capital of the UK! Stretching along the north coast of Cornwall, this harbour town boasts stunning beaches, rugged waves, and dramatic views. Counting Newquay’s picturesque village and deep history, this coastal gem proves again and again why it’s one of the top seaside resorts of all time!

Newquay Hot Tub Breaks: Luxury Holiday Cottages & Lodges

There’s no question that the population in Newquay swells up to the thousands, especially during the summer! Luckily, there are lots of rooms available, whether you’re travelling solo or holidaying with your family. To ensure a pleasant and relaxing stay, all lodges are self catering with secluded gardens and premium hot tubs. Book your ticket now and select your next home from home!

  • Porth Cove

    Porth Cove
    Porth, Cornwall
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2

    Newly-built Scandinavian-style home with open plan kitchen and dining. Glass balcony with sea view. Just minutes away from Porth Beach.

  • Periwinkle

    Crantock, Cornwall
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Semi-detached lodging with enclosed garden. Best pick for couples or small families. Well-behaved pets are welcome.

  • Sunset View

    Sunset View
    Porth, Cornwall
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1

    Modernly designed house with panoramic sunset view. Features Scandinavian log burning hot tub. Artist-owned and comes with purchasable artwork.

  • Fistral Apres Surf

    Fistral Apres Surf
    Newquay, Cornwall
    Sleeps 4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2

    Ground-floor flat with private garden and gazebo. Closely located to Fistral Beach. Private access to South West Coast Path.

  • The Orchard

    The Orchard
    Crantock, Cornwall
    Sleeps 9 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3

    Located at the centre of Crantock Village. Minutes away from shops and eateries. Ample garden and lawn space for outdoor dining.

  • Avalennek

    St Newlyn East
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Luxurious detached home with spacious closed garden. Balcony includes barbecue range and peaceful village scenery.

  • Driftwood

    Crantock, Cornwall
    Sleeps 6 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2

    Corner house close to Crantock Village. Private patio and garden offer al fresco dining.

  • Watergate Lodge

    Watergate Lodge
    Porth, Cornwall
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3

    Contemporary lodge with roof terrace. Spectacular countryside view. Within walking distance to beaches and pubs.

  • Blue Bay

    Blue Bay
    Perranporth, Cornwall
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3

    Roomy modern residence. Amenities include a steam room and basement cinema. Lounge balcony with breezy sea view.

  • Halcyon Days

    Halcyon Days
    St Columb, Cornwall
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 4

    Three-story vacation lodge overlooking Glades Lake and idyllic country view. Includes access to Retallack Holiday Resort’s facilities.

  • Trelow Barton

    Trelow Barton
    Padstow, Cornwall
    Sleeps 12 Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms 3

    Modern-styled farmhouse with traditional Cornish charm. Booking includes free entry to Camel Creek Adventure Park. Close to local attractions.

  • High Meadows Barn

    High Meadows Barn
    Newquay, Cornwall
    Sleeps 8 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2

    Located in the tranquil countryside. Converted barn with extensive garden. Dwelling can be decorated for Christmas and New Year celebrations.


About Newquay & The Area

Newquay is an all-time favourite seaside resort located in the northern part of Cornwall. It’s a strip of land stretching in between St. Ives and Padstow, with the River Gannel running along its southern borders. The town itself spreads across the coast, dotted with generous headlands and hills. Like most Cornish regions, the South West Coast Path runs through Newquay and offers exquisite cliffside views.

In the Cornish language, the town of Newquay is also known as “Tewynblustri,” referencing a “blown sand dune.” The name itself describes the sandy beaches surrounding the small fishing town. As the community developed, a “new quay” was built to accommodate the growing agricultural trade. The new name stuck and the harbour town was called “Newquay” ever since.

During the 19th century, train tracks were built and Newquay was introduced to a new crowd of visitors – the vacationers. The Victorians fell in love with the town’s scenic beaches and idyllic atmosphere and quickly dubbed the area as the best spot for summer holidays. With this seasonal wave of travellers, lodges and hotels began sprouting all over the coast. It was also during this time when the Headland Hotel was built and became one of Newquay’s iconic landmarks.

Newquay has maintained its popularity throughout the years. From a small fishing village to becoming the UK’s ultimate surfing spot, the love for this seaside resort has stood the test of time!

Things To Do On Your Newquay Hot Tub Break

Newquay is the perfect mix between city and town, so you’ll never run out of things to do! The coast has its own list of beaches for those who want to sit back and relax or explore the waves with their surfboards. For tourists, there’s a local museum, zoo, and several historical sites. Even if you’re out to enjoy a casual day, Newquay’s harbour has pleasing seaside views for everyone. If you’re still looking for ideas, here are some tips to get your holiday started:

Go surfing at Fistral Beach

If you’re visiting for the first time, Fistral Beach should be the first on your list! Located at the heart of Newquay, Fistral Beach is one of the most popular surfing destinations around the world. It’s a long continuous strip of golden sand with consistent waves, guaranteeing surf season all year round. The vastness of the ocean also offers different types of waves for all levels of surfing. For beginners, the Fistral Beach Surf School is located nearby and operates on the beach premises. The famous Boardmasters competition is also held in Fistral Beach every year.

Enjoy the sun at Crantock Beach

Another popular choice for beachgoers is Crantock Beach. A stone’s throw away from Newquay, Crantock is known for its expansive beach and shallow pools that are perfect for swimming, snorkelling, or kayaking. It’s equally beautiful as Fistral Beach but garners fewer crowds. If you’re looking for a sunny place to listen to the waves and read your book, then Crantock Beach is the perfect spot.

Practice your strokes at Porth Beach

Unlike other beaches, Porth Beach is an inlet surrounded by two headlands. Due to its natural location, the beach has gentle waves which make it perfect for swimming. Compared to Fistral, Porth is less action-packed and attracts more families who want to relax by the water and build sandcastles. The beach also welcomes four-legged friends, so feel free to bring your pets!

Learn about nature at Newquay Zoo

Situated in the centre of town, Newquay Zoo is a must-visit for people of all ages. From armadillos to zebras, the local zoo showcases tons of species for you to discover and learn. All animals are exhibited in natural-themed enclosures and within a respectful observing distance for guests. After a day of educational tours, kick back and relax at one of the zoo’s many cafes and gardens.

Explore history at Trerice

History buffs are in for a real treat with Trerice, an Elizabethan manor house located just outside of Newquay. Travel back in time through the manor’s numerous exhibitions, galleries, art collections, and colourful pasts of its many landlords. You can also stroll the sprawling grounds and visit the knot gardens. For souvenirs and trinkets, there’s an on-site shop where you can buy a memento from your visit.

Check out the famous Huer’s Hut

Another historical landmark that you can’t miss is Huer’s Hut. It’s a single-storey stone building from the 14th century that was used as a lookout point by an assigned huer. When the huer spots the pilchard arriving, he sends a signal to the fishermen at the harbour. The hut also directs the boat traffic and delivers messages to working fishermen at sea. In modern times, the hut’s purpose is long-gone, but it’s still an interesting piece of history to witness!

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