Cabins near Newquay

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Sunset Camping

11 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents2 acres · Redruth , England
Peaceful Cornish Site, situated a few minutes drive from the A30 at Redruth, with far reaching countryside views. An ideal central base from which to explore Cornwall's mining heritage, beautiful coastline and quaint fishing villages. Dogs are very welcome. Feel at ease on every pitch at Sunset Camping, a quiet and very welcoming family-friendly campsite in central Cornwall. This west-facing spot is well positioned to soak up all-day sunshine and has some truly lovely views over the surrounding area. Here you can watch the sun setting over the sea, take an evening stroll along the coast at Portreath's dog-friendly beach (10 minutes' drive), or relax with your pet (if you've brought one) over an end-of-day barbecue or campfire back at base. As for your days, you won't be short of options to fill them here: this centrally located site is within an hour's drive of most of the Cornish mainland, with top highlights like the Lizard Peninsula, Falmouth, Newquay, St Ives and Padstow all easy to reach. Sunset Camping is in a particularly prime location for walkers and cyclists, close as it is to the protected coastal areas around Godrevy and St Agnes (both 10 minutes), the Coast To Coast Trail and the Great Flat Lode Trail (10 minutes), steeped in attractive country views and Cornish mining history. Redruth (five minutes) is conveniently close to hand too, with pubs, cafés, supermarkets, a cinema and a railway station where you can set off on car-free day trips. Even closer to home are a dog-friendly pub, a discount supermarket and a play park (at North Country) – all of these are within a handy 10-minute stroll. Directions - Postcode TR16 4AN What 3 words - Novels, Flame, Branching
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KUDHVA Architectural Hideouts

8 units · Glamping43 acres · Tintagel, England
Stylish off-grid boltholes surrounded by nature on the Cornish coast
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Pigscombe Piglet

2 units · Glamping1 acre · Looe, Cornwall, South West England
An exclusive hire site with a cute and cosy cabin and a rustic shepherd's hut in charmingly rural East Cornwall
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West Kellow Yurts

8 units · Glamping1 acre · Cornwall, South West England
A small glamping site on a family farm in Cornwall, set just outside the idyllic seaside village of Polperro
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Kingsmead Camping

36 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents10 acres · Cullompton, England
A range of pitches, from grassy open spaces to off-grid woodland clearings, topped off by two well-stocked fishing lakes
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Westland Farm

21 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents27 acres · Barnstaple, Devon, South West England
Camping and glamping on a working farm, with yurts, huts with hot tubs, and simple, spacious, sociable camping pitches
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Apple Camping.

14 units · Glamping2 acres · Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Yurts and quirks in a Pembrokeshire meadow, where there's a couple of aeroplanes, a UFO and a giant PacMan-themed glamping pod to discover
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The Greenhouse Spa Retreat

4 units · Glamping1 acre · St Mellion, England
Garden glamping with an eco-friendly spa and sauna, all a 20-minute drive from Plymouth
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The Cabin

1 unit · Glamping2 acres · Par, England
A little cabin in Cornwall that’s handily close to the Eden Project
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Tamarisk Holiday Cabins

3 units · Glamping32 acres · Bude, England
Tamarisk Cabins are 3 handmade glamping cabins on our 32 acre community Farm on the North Cornish Coast. Our farm is in the remote countryside, with a small number if livestock and our own veg patch and polytunnel. There are some beautiful walks nearby but we are also just 15 mins from Bude where you can enjoy great restaurants, shops, watersports and cycling.
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Little Menherion

2 units · Glamping12 acres · Redruth, England
A magical log cabin in Cornwall with a wild jacuzzi, luxurious amenities, and nature galore.
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Sunkissed Meadow

11 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents4 acres · Cornwall, South West England
A laid-back Cornish campsite in the Tamar Valley
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Cabins near Newquay guide

Overview

Camping in Newquay is all about the beach. And when you return from a day at the seaside with blissfully sandy feet and the taste of sea salt on the lips, a tent might be all you need for a good night’s sleep. Whether you’re a seasoned surfer or hoping to catch your first wave, you can’t come to Newquay without hitting the water. There are 12 sandy beaches to choose from—head to the surf hub of Fistral Beach, explore the rock pools at Tolcarne Beach, or go snorkelling at Crantock Beach. Hike along the South West Coast Path, cycle along the seafront, or go bird-watching at the Gannel Estuary, then cap it all off with a seafood dinner overlooking Newquay Harbour. Campers have options too—check into a holiday park, go glamping in a luxury yurt, or join revellers at the annual Boardmasters Festival.

Best Beaches in Newquay

With 12 stretches of sand to choose from around Newquay, there’s a beach for every type of camper and the place is great for family holidays. If it’s the world-famous surf you want, make your way through the dunes to the cliff-backed sands of Fistral Beach with its surf schools, cafes and regular competitions, or try Watergate Bay or Holywell Bay just along the coast. Central Towan Beach is popular among surfers and families with buckets and spades, but for somewhere a little quieter, perhaps try the horseshoe-shaped bay of Lusty Glaze or Tolcarne Beach, where low tide reveals the perfect places for rockpooling.

Where to go

West Cornwall

South of Newquay, the coastal road to St Ives provides a dramatic backdrop for a road trip. Stop along the way to surf or horseback ride at Perranporth beach, spot dolphins along the St Agnes Heritage Coast, or visit the blue flag beaches around St Ives. Another highlight is a visit to Land’s End, the westernmost point of mainland Britain.

Northeast Coast

Sea-cliff walks await along Watergate Bay, Trevose Head, and Pentire Point, all worthwhile destinations along Cornwall’s north shore. Campsites and caravan parks dot the coast between Port Isaac and Tintagel, and there’s plenty to explore in the area. Follow in the footsteps of King Arthur at Tintagel Castle; admire the views from the High Cliff, Cornwall’s highest point; or continue north to catch some waves in Bude.

Cornish Riviera

The shores of the "Cornish Riviera"—the south coast between Falmouth and Fowey—are a natural playground of forested headlands and sandy beaches. Stop by Carlyon Bay, Par Sands, or Porthpean Beach to swim and take part in water sports, then head inland to visit the Eden Project or enjoy a beer tasting at the St Austell Brewery. For camping, choose between family-friendly caravan parks or quiet farm campsites away from the crowds.

When to go

Newquay is one of Cornwall’s most popular destinations, and it has the crowds to match. Advance bookings are essential in July and August, for everything from campsites to restaurants. Lifeguard patrols run from Easter through early October, and this is the best time to hit Newquay’s beaches. Winters can be wet and windy along the coast, but there are some benefits to an off-season visit, including free parking around town and the best surf.

Know before you go

  • Newquay has a few camping and outdoors stores where you can pick up supplies for your camping trip. 
  • Newquay has public transport links to many of the surrounding towns, but it is handy to have your own transport, especially if staying at rural campsites.
  • Most campsites require advance booking, and many ask for the full payment in advance. Be sure to check opening dates, as many campsites close in the winter months.
  • Wild camping is illegal throughout Cornwall.
  • While the beaches are undoubtedly the main attraction, there’s more to Newquay holidays than sunbathing on the sands. Attractions include an aquarium and adventure parks, and the town makes a great base from which to head out with St Ives and Land’s End to the south or Port Isaac and Padstow to the north.

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