Dairyland is the ideal farm experience for the whole family. Spend some days close to cows, pigs, horses or chicken or drop by for a day trip. Children as well as grown ups can learn more about the food chain and will see where milk boxes actually come from. It's fun and informative.
The Sailors Arms is a pub and nightclub in one place. In the pub you can have a drink and at the same time enjoy the view of Newquay Bay from the decking area. If you are feeling hungry they serve pub food daily. This nightclub is ideal for a night out and is described as the Top Club in the Southwest. Here you can dance to R&B, Indie and Party music all night long.
Overlooking the beautiful harbor, you can dine and drink in this quality pub. The Red Lion is well-known with the locals and has a dedicated crowd of regulars. Also visitors are warmly welcome inside and can enjoy a wide array of drinks and their steak is famous throughout the town.
If you are an avid collector you could head out to St Columb, where you will find Henley’s Antiques located in the Old School, or out to Quintrell Downs for some jewellery at Newquay Pearl. Whatever you are after or if you’re just browsing, Newquay offers a shopping experience unique in comparison to the legions of identikit sea-side resorts.
Newquay Cornwall Airport is located less than 5 miles east of Newquay town centre and it is quick and easy to get there by bus or by road. Western Greyhound bus 556 operates between the airport and Newquay and Padstow. www.westerngreyhound.com Travel Cornwall also has buses and taxis running regularly from the airport into Newquay Bus Station. www.travelcornwall.uk.com It is advisable to book a taxi in advance. You can also hire a car with Hertz, Avis or Europcar.
Newquay is small and it is quick and easy to get around on foot. Travel Cornwall and Western Greyhound run regular bus services around town as well as to other destinations in Cornwall. Western Greyhound offers different types of tickets and you buy tickets on the bus. In peak season traffic builds up and parking is difficult, so it is best you leave your car parked and get around town on foot or by bus. If you are going further afield by train you can buy a ‘PlusBus’ rail ticket and this can then be used on Greyhound buses within the Newquay area on your day of travel.