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St Andrews Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall

St Andrews Hotel
13 Island Crescent
Newquay
Cornwall

TR7 1DZ | View map

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St Andrews has a wonderful seafront location with panoramic views over Towan beach,the harbour and the island. We have recently been awarded 4 diamonds by E.T.C. and are pleased to offer a standard of hospitality second to none. An elegant Edwardian hotel with breathtaking views over Towan beach and the Island, 1 minute level walking from the town centre and centrally located for all Cornwalls attractions, i.e., Lands End and the Eden project. One minute from the coach station, five minutes from the railway station, five miles from Newquay airport. The hotel has a comfortable lounge with a wood burning stove and television. There is a pool table, dart board, and table games are available.

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