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Cliffdene Hotel
12-14 Narrowcliff
Newquay
Cornwall

TR7 2PJ | View map

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Boasting panoramic views over Tolcarne Beach, this traditional family-run hotel occupies a prime position on the seafront, within easy reach of all that Cornwall has to offer.
For those who like walking, there are the sandy beaches together with beautiful Cornish cliff walks to explore. Newquay is also famous for its extensive water-sports, in particular the surfing facilities. And, for those who want to venture further afield, the hotel is conveniently close to the railway station and bus station.

In the evenings, following a long day of exploring, you can return to the comfort of the hotel and relax with a drink whilst admiring the splendid sea views from the lounge. The Cliffdene is a long established family hotel concentrating on giving comfort, good food, a friendly service and value for money.
Entertainment is provided at least 5 nights each week. This can be a disco or ballroom dancing or live entertainment or bingo - all taking place in the colourful ballroom and accompanied by a well-stocked bar...

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