It is no surprise that Newquay, situated on the Cornish Northern coastline, is one of Britain's most popular destinations and a jewel in Cornwall's crown.
As well as rocky headlands, dramatic cliff tops and secluded coves, Newquay boasts nine beaches, including the world famous Fistral Beach - a surfing paradise of international repute.
The Town has something to offer everyone, with many varied historic sites, in addition to the many sporting and recreational activities - including excellent surfing, fishing, diving and golf. There is also easy access to the spectacular scenery along the 300-mile South West Coast path for walking and cycling. Families can be entertained at a whole host of venues including Newquay Zoo and the Blue Reef Aquarium.
Newquay also offers a huge selection of gastronomic delights from fine dining restaurants by world renowned chefs such as Jamie Oliver, to the traditional Cornish Pasty and Cornish Cream Tea in the local cafes.
Nansledan is approximately 2 miles from Newquay Town Centre on a turning off Quintrell Road.
Public Transport Locations:
Newquay Train Station: approximately 2 miles
Newquay Airport: approximately 2.5 miles