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Cotehele Lodge
84 Tower Road
Newquay
Cornwall

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Welcome to the Cotehele Lodge located up in Newquay. We are a family run establishment situated on Tower Road, Newquay. It is very close to Newquay's professional golf course and only 200 yards from Newquay Town Centre, Newquay Harbour and the world renowned Fistral Beach.Cotehele Lodge Guesthouse Newquay was a former Naval Officer's lodge and the building maintains some of it's original features such as stained glass windows and ingle-nook fires.We offer a range of rooms and 2 self-catering apartments, depending on your taste and budget. We have full central heating, newly refurbished bedrooms equipped with en-suite/bath facilities/tea & coffee making facilities/colour TV/movie channel and sea views from some of our rooms.Newquay is by far the most popular resort in Cornwall offering beautiful beaches, fabulous restaurants and a town large enough for the avid shopper, a number of restaurants which are positioned with breathtaking cliff and sea views remain undiscovered by many of Newquay's visitors. Newquay itself is positioned on the North Coast of Cornwall, convenient for day trips to nearby attractions (e.g. Eden Project/Lands End 45 mins, Padstow 30 mins, St Ives 35 mins).

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