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Tel code: 01637 | code search
Postcode: TR9 | code search
Population: 3100
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Folk Customs:
Cornish Midsummer Bonfires
Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
Padstow 'Obby 'Oss
Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
Tom Bawcock's Eve

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Coaching Inn
"The atmosphere, service and food that we experienced at this pub was second to none. I was amazed at the menu, the choice of food and the quality was superb. ..." More

Coaching Inn
"Great place to eat in a group or just alone. friendly and a great menu . Great food great value for money. Being a fussy veggie its hard to eat ..." More

Southleigh Manor Naturist Park
"we had a great holiday at southleigh manor bob and kath (the owners)are a great couple and most helpfull.

Date visited: 1st aug 2009 ..." More

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St Columb Major is an ancient Market Town in Cornwall with pretty countryside and on ‘The Cornish Way‘ cycle network. Home to 3,100 people which is more than when the Romans were here in the 5th Century AD. The town was granted it’s Market Charter 1333, and still continues today. The impressive 14th Century Church whose tower rises up to 80 feet is a prominent site. Once inside the architectural prowess is blatantly on display and is an impressive show from Centuries past. Maybe adrenaline and fun are wished for, and is soon granted with a visit to Westworld of Racing, the thrill of Banger and Stock Cars racing around the track is rarely beaten, unless perhaps by a trip to Retallac Waters which is a Rod Danglers delight with the chance of catching Perch, Tench, and Roach, or how about the thrill of the American Theme Park with live shows, and fascinating museums that tell a mesmerising story. Perhaps the grace of the Screech Owl Sanctuary is more for you, where falconry displays share the magnificence of the birds of Prey and will surely amaze. Or there is always Newquay Zoo with hundreds of animals, play area and even face painting on offer.


Castle An Dinas
Cornish Birds of Prey Centre
Screech Owl Sanctuary
Spirit of the West American Theme Park
Springfields Pony Centre and Fun Park


Premier Inn Newquay (A30/Fraddon) *book online*


Southleigh Manor Naturist Park


Retreat Cottage

Pub and Bar

Barley Sheaf
Blue Anchor Inn
Coaching Inn
Queen & Railway Inn
Red Lion
Ring O Bells
Silver Ball


Coaching Inn
Red Lion
Red Lion Cuisine


Indian Queens Primary School
St Columb Major Primary School

Wesley Preschool


A1 Taxis
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Tour Guide

Coast and Country Tours


M & M Cornish Pride
Glebe House Tea Rooms
Ellerys Butchers

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Retallack Resort and Spa (2.03 miles)

Retallack Resort and Spa
Retallack Resort and Spa Cornwall - The ultimate resort for self catering Cornwall. A stylish collection of 5 star self catering houses, set in the most spectacular location, within minutes of Padstow, Newquay, Rock and ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn Newquay (A30/Fraddon) (3.61 miles)

Premier Inn Newquay (A30/Fraddon)
Conveniently located on the A30, which runs through Cornwall providing easy access to Truro, Newquay, Bodmin, St. Austell and Redruth. For shops and local amenities Newquay town centre is 9 miles away. Our Newquay (A30/Fraddon) Premier ... More | visit website
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Merlin Farm Holiday Cottages (4.03 miles)

Merlin Farm Holiday Cottages

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Merlin Farm is in the perfect location for the perfect holiday. We are located at Mawgan Porth, just off the coastal road halfway between Newquay and Padstow. The Farm is ... More

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The Scarlet (4.03 miles)

The Scarlet
A stunning seaside escape perched atop the cliffs of Cornwall, the Scarlet Hotel features a thoughtful philosophy, bold architecture, and a breathtaking location. Surrounded by National Trust-protected coastline, the Scarlet both capitalises on and harmonises ... More | visit website
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Kernow Trek Lodge (4.16 miles)

Kernow Trek Lodge
Kernow Trek is a family run Bed and Breakfast - 8 rooms, a mix of family, double, twin and a single room, all with en suite facility. We welcome families, couples, singles and ... More | visit website
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Halfway House Inn (4.28 miles)

Halfway House Inn

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The Halfway House Inn, St Jidgey is a Cornish Freehouse offering food, real ales, open fires and bed and breakfast accommodation in en -suite rooms, with both private parking and ... More

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Premier Inn Newquay (Quintrell Downs) (4.40 miles)

Premier Inn Newquay (Quintrell Downs)
Located within easy reach of the A39. For shops and local amenities Newquay town centre is only 6 miles away. Local attractions include Holywell Fun Park, the Eden Project and Blue Reef Aquarium. Our Newquay (Quintrell ... More | visit website
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Tregurrian Villas (4.43 miles)

Tregurrian Villas

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Tregurrian Villas are a superb and exclusive development, situated just 100 yards from the beautiful sands at Watergate Bay, only 2 miles from Newquay airport and 4 miles from Newquay ... More

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Watergate Bay Hotel (4.47 miles)

Watergate Bay Hotel

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The Watergate Bay Hotel can be defined by the wide selection of choice offered. Proffering an expansive selection of rooms from diminutive, single occupancy rooms to spacious, self-catering accommodation, there ... More

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Bedruthan Steps Hotel (4.52 miles)

Bedruthan Steps Hotel

Escape to Bedruthan. Slow to Cornwall's pace and find yourself lulled into serenity by the sea. Quiet sunbleached days with turquoise waves and soft sands. Tranquility too in occasional wild and spectacular storms.
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