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Conveniently situated on one of the main roads into Newquay, out of the hustle and bustle, yet only a short walk into the town centre.
David and Pat promise you a warm welcome and will do everything possible to make your stay at Skyline as enjoyable and comfortable as possible.
There are five bedrooms, all are en-suite, are spacious, all have a television, tea/coffee making facilities, central heating. We also have a self-contained family room.
Skyline is a non smoking guest house. WiFi is available.
Guests have access at all times. A relaxing dining room with separate tables where a generous full English breakfast is served, various options are available on request. Your host, David, is a trained chef, quality and satisfaction are guaranteed.
The nearest beach to Skyline is Lusty Glaze, just 400 metres away, as depicted on the attached picture, it is just a short walk into the town centre with views to the Atlantic Ocean to your right.
Newquay is Cornwall's premier resort and as such, as you would expect offers numerous activities to suit all age groups and tastes. The resort is primarily famous for its glorious beaches all of which have excellent soft sand. They vary from the sheltered 'Town Beach' the enormous sand dunes at Perranporth, and of course the world famous surfing beach at Fistral. The town offers good shopping, good restaurants, tea rooms, pubs and a selection of night clubs. Excellent walks can be enjoyed around local cliffs and headlands. These start from just a very short stroll from Skyline.
Also available in the town area:
Touring Cornwall is only a small county and most places can be reached with an hour. As a guide: The Eden Project - one of the county's latest attractions and just 30 mins. away. St Austell/Mevagissey - Lost Gardens of Heligan, Charlestown Tall ships - 30 mins. Truro City - excellent shopping, magnificent Victorian cathedral, boat trips down the river to Falmouth and onto the National Maritime Museum. (a really excellent day out). 30 mins. Padstow - enjoy a speedboat ride on the river and walk around the cobbled streets, 40 mins St Ives - 45 mins Lands End - approx. 1hr 30 mins. Beaches - many local beaches with a short drive, these include, Watergate, Perranporth, Hollywell, Mawgan Porth, Crantock, St Agnes.
Your hosts have excellent knowledge of the area and will be only too pleased to recommend that interesting place to visit or that good pub or restaurant for an evening meal.
From Quintrell Downs on the outskirts of Newquay, turn right onto the A3058 towards Newquay. Follow this road going through a mini roundabout with Porth and Watergate Bay signposted to the right. Continue on towards Newquay, after a short distance Skyline at No. 41 can clearly be seen on your right. WISHING YOU A SAFE JOURNEY