Discover a selection of 2,500 holiday rentals in Newquay that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including parking available and internet/WiFi. Prices start at £ 106 per night, and cottages and houses are popular options for a stay in Newquay. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Relax with a family beach retreat in a seaside Newquay lodge

Newquay is a popular seaside town and one of the best places for dog-friendly holidays in Cornwall. It's known for its beautiful beaches, tropical gardens and vibrant wildlife facilities like the Blue Reef Aquarium and the Newquay Zoo. Fortunately, there are many destinations that allow dogs, such as Crantock Beach, which has an array of rock pools and steep dunes, Great Western Beach and Holywell Bay Beach. The famous shores of Fistral Beach and Harbour Beach also allow dogs all year.

 
History

Historic sites near Newquay holiday rentals

The historic sites and museums in Newquay are sure to delight the history buff. Holiday rentals can be found near fascinating places like Trerice, a historic Elizabethan manor with period furnishings and a Tudor garden, and Lappa Valley Steam Railway, a steam railway with heritage rides through wildlife-rich mining areas. You’ll also enjoy Huer’s Hut, a 14th-century white lookout building that offers sweeping views of the coast.

Things to do

Places to go near Newquay holiday cottages

There is actually another side to Newquay, away from the beaches and the surf. You can discover it as you stroll the coastal walks and delve into the Blue Reef Aquarium. That family-friendly attraction is ready to wow, with visions of 8-armed octopuses, reef sharks and multicoloured corals, all viewed from a series of underwater walk-through tunnels. Then there's Newquay Zoo, a place to see creatures who've towelled off and live on dry land – think lions and sloths, armadillos and striped zebras.

Activities

What to do near Newquay holiday homes

When the summer hits and the longboards are dotting Fistral Beach, surfers flock to Newquay. Groups of novice riders pepper the sands, practicing their pop-up, while seasoned surfers rule the swells as they roll in off the Atlantic. You can find surf schools and private surf tutors all over the place, not to mention plenty of salt-washed surf shacks for that compulsory post-ride sundowner. Get out there, hit the waves and see what Newquay holiday rentals on the beach are all about…

Weather

Local weather for your stay in Newquay holiday homes

The spring wakes Newquay from its winter slumber. The storms and lashing rains of December, January and February fizzle out and the only people who look disappointed are the hardcore surfers who'll have to wait another season for the roaring Atlantic swells to return. No matter, because the sun starts to shine in May and Newquay holiday rentals fill up with families and backpackers and first-time wave riders. They don't really empty again until September or October, when the autumn gets cold and the bad weather creeps back in.

Natural features

The wave-washed beaches of Newquay

It's no secret that most travellers have their eye on Newquay holiday rentals for the rolling surf or the buzzing vibes of the Cornish summer. Newquay doesn't disappoint. There are countless beaches within walking distance of the town centre, ranging from quiet Crantock Beach, a mile down the coast trail, to uber-popular Fistral Beach, with its rows of rolling waves. For something wilder, you can make for the Trevose Head Heritage Coast just to the north, where high cliffs loom over basking seals and rocky coves.

Beaches

Best beaches near Newquay holiday rentals

Newquay has an array of pristine beaches for sun and fun on your trip. Holiday homes are available near places like Towan Beach, a sandy beach with scenic cliffs and clear waters for swimming, and Tolcarne Beach, a lively beach with rough waves for surfing and bodyboarding. You’ll also enjoy Great Western Beach, a serene beach with a cliff backdrop and seaside amenities.

How to get there

Travelling to and around Newquay

Fly into Newquay (NQY-Newquay Cornwall), the closest airport, located 3.1 mi (4.9 km) from the city centre.

If you prefer train travel, make your way to Quintrell Downs Station or Newquay Station to see more of the city.

Can I find a vacation rental around Newquay?

Yes, our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 2,330 vacation rentals near Newquay. From 1,059 cottages to 1,880 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Newquay for a holiday or a weekend are on Vrbo.