Surf into Newquay this summer with Aspect Holidays
Aspects Holidays now has a selection of new properties available in North Cornwall
Regarded as the home of the UK surf scene, Newquay’s lively waves and array of beautiful beaches beckon beginners and pros alike. But it’s not just the groundswell that entices the visitors; Newquay is also home to a wide range of attractions ideal for active couples, adventurous groups and fun-seeking families. So why not…
- Check out the music and entertainment on offer at the renowned Boardmasters Festival (5-9 August), which sees Faithless, Bastille and Rudimental headlining?
- Sample the fresh seafood and admire the local crafts at the Newquay Fish Festival (11-13 September)?
- Watch a theatre production, such as the Pirates of Penzance, at the Newquay Amateur Stage Company?
- Stop off at Newquay Zoo, home to more than 1,000 species of animal?
- Visit the Lappa Valley Steam Railway for a ride on the diesel locomotive, and much more?
This year, Aspects Holidays has opened a new office and boasts four new properties in Newquay, just in time for the warmer weather. Don your wetsuit, lather on the sun cream and locate your sunglasses for what will undoubtedly be a thrilling escape.
Brand-new to Aspects Holidays’ portfolio, stay in the town centre or by the sea, and experience all Newquay has to offer, at one of these new property finds:
Sea views from a central location at Little Penvearn
A short amble from the fabulous beaches and fun attractions of Newquay, Little Penvearn (sleeps four) is ideal for families. The stylish apartment features a private patio, perfect for dining alfresco, a sun terrace with views of the sea, and allocated parking, making it convenient for exploring this bustling part of Cornwall. Sign up to surf lessons at Fistral Beach Surf School, and learn the basics behind this enthralling sport, or improve your technique in one of the intermediate or advanced classes. A week’s stay costs from £90 pp (£361 total).
A relaxing retreat at Sunnycroft
Situated above the privately owned Lusty Glaze Beach, on the outskirts of Newquay, Sunnycroft (sleeps four) is a beautiful bungalow that offers accessible accommodation for all. Relax on the tiled terrace or in the large enclosed garden, before cooking up a storm in the modern kitchen and dining in the bright conservatory. For a busier day, head into the active town of Newquay and have fun exploring the artisan shops and dynamic pubs; alternatively, amble down to Lusty Glaze Beach, where every Sunday, guests will be greeted by a roaring log burner and a coffee machine, ready to catch-up on the daily papers. A week’s stay costs from £183 pp (£733 total).
Panoramic sea views at 97 Pentire
Looking straight out over the Atlantic Ocean towards Trevose Head, and within walking distance of Fistral Beach and Crantock Beach, 97 Pentire (sleeps six) is an exceptional holiday home. Refurbished with immaculate attention to detail, this three-bedroomed modern house offers a spacious retreat in an enviable location. The large kitchen is designed for entertaining, and the French doors open onto a sunny decked terrace. Hire a rowing boat and paddle over to Crantock Beach or head further afield to Rick Stein’s restaurant in Porthleven. Alternatively, dine at Fifteen, Jamie Oliver’s award-winning bistro at Watergate Bay. A week’s stay costs from £141 pp (£847 total).
A convenient Cornish escape at 5 Tre Lowen
Situated minutes away from the beach, 5 Tre Lowen (sleeps four) is a bright, airy and contemporary first-floor apartment in central Newquay. Make the most of the open-plan living room and kitchen, the sunny balcony, two modern bathrooms and private parking. Pull on your wetsuit, pick up your surfboard and head out to the beach. Alternatively, stroll along the South West Coast Path, play a round or two of golf at Holywell Bay Golf Club, and explore the bars, restaurants and cafés close by, which makes 5 Tre Lowen ideal for a convenient Cornish escape. A week’s stay costs from £93 pp (£373 total).
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