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Wenden Guest House
11 Berry Road
Newquay
Cornwall

TR7 1AU | View map
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Are you looking for something different for your holiday in Newquay, something special, but don't want to pay the earth. I think we've got just what your looking for here at Wenden. And if you're a couple looking for a break away from the children, we've got the perfect place for you too! Right in the centre of Newquay.

Wenden is perfectly situated near the Newquay town centre, only a short walk from Newquay’s main beaches, shops and entertainments. We are ideally situated for both the train and coach stations (both approximately 500 metres). Our family run hotel is comfortably furnished, and a genuine warm welcome is always assured. Good service and a friendly atmosphere has been our trade mark for almost 30 years.

All of our seven bedrooms have been individually re-designed and refurbished to todays modern standards, with some rooms being that little bit more special, with full size stereo text T.V. some with flat screens or king size bed. So book early and pick your favourite room. Seven first and second floor double rooms available all year, except Christmas.

We look forward to having you stay with us for a happy memorable holiday.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Red Diamonds
Number of Rooms: 7
Number Ensuite: 7
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Open All Year - Closed at Christmas
Tourist Board Inspected - AA
TV in Rooms - + Freeview

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