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Kilbirnie Hotel
Narrowcliffe
Newquay
Cornwall

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This comfortable and well appointed hotel is under the personal supervision of Roberta Cobley and has an excellent reputation not only for its cuisine and standards of service, but also for its situation which is one of the best in Newquay - overlooking the Barrowfields and the crystal clear waters of the Atlantic.Guests' rooms are very comfortable, all with bathroom en-suite, colour television, direct-dial telephone, radio, and baby-listening intercom. They are centrally heated and many have sea views.In the evening pre-dinner drinks may be enjoyed in the bar and ballroom followed by entertainment with dance bands, cabaret and easy listening music in the season.The hotel has excellent facilities including a very warm indoor and outdoor heated swimming pool, solarium and large sauna, hydro-spa, sun patio, table tennis, laundry and ironing facilities, the Highlights Hair Salon and a full sized snooker table. Water skiing is also available.

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