Group Accommodation in Newquay - Large families to stag dos and hen dos
Newquay has been a popular tourist destination since the early 1900’s when the Victorians used to visit in large numbers, back then Newquay was a fishing village surrounded by farms – The Headland Hotel was one of the first large hotels to be built, and its claim to fame is it’s role in the film ‘The Witches‘ by Roald Dahl.
In the early 80’s and 90’s Newquay’s nightlife became more prominent with the expansion of bars and nightclubs, slowly in the 2000’s Stag and Hen parties became more and more popular in the town centre, known for the drinking and bar crawls Newquay’s reputation was at an all time low.
Now there is a more positive vibe amongst the locals and the now smaller numbers of Stag and Hen parties also tend to enjoy a more positive experience with the rise of Surf Schools, Coasteering, SUP boarding lessons (Stand Up Paddle), Extreme Karting, Zorbing, Kite Surfing, Windsurfing, Clay pigeon shooting and much more!
With the popularity of Staycations ever increasing, the demand for large properties sleeping up to 24 people with private hot tubs and high end facilities has never been higher, there has been huge investment to cater for this. I have found a few examples of the holiday homes for you to look at:
Large Luxury Holiday Cottage, 5 Bedrooms, Sleeps 6-14 at Fistral, Dog friendly.
Large, Luxury House with Hot Tub and Cinema Sleeps up to 24 people in Newquay.
Luxury House, sleeps 16 with private hot tub, Sauna in Newquay, Walk to The Beaches.
As you can see by clicking the links above, they are stunning and reasonable in price when you divide the holiday cost by the number of guests.
Newquay is ever evolving, the beaches in the town and surrounding it from Perranporth to Padstow are some of the best in Cornwall, this is why Newquay remains Cornwall’s most popular resort along with is central location along Cornwall’s north coast giving guests great access to the rest of Cornwall.
Please comment below and let us know if you would stay in one of the example properties above and why 🙂