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Pencrebar, Newquay, Cornwall

Pencrebar
4 Berry Road
Newquay
Cornwall

TR7 1AT | View map
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We are open all year round to singles, couples, families and small groups and provide guest own keys with no access restriction. Pencrebar is decorated and furnished to a very high standard, priding ourselves on our cleanliness. Our Rooms, We have seven en suite rooms, five doubles and two family rooms (double bed and single bunks) Facilities found in all rooms with no extra charge as follows: En Suite Toilet & Shower, Bath/Hand/Tea Towels, ,Hair Dryer, Safety Box, Colour Text T. V., Radio Alarms, Central Heating, Mini Fridge, Tea/Coffee Facilities With Complementary Pack, Ironing Facilities Available. Pencrebar offers a prominent location in Newquay's town centre, with the beach, bus and train stations just a few minutes walk away. Newquay Airport is just seven miles away which is easily reached by frequent bus services and local taxi companies. Situated in the South-West of England, Newquay is one of the UK's top holiday resorts. Cornwall lies in the Gulf Stream which flows up from the Caribbean and gives a mild climate, throughout the year. The surrounding Atlantic coastline is rugged, wave beaten, and provides some spectacular scenery. Formerly a busy port which provided transport for the county’s tin industry, Newquay has developed into a buzzing, cosmopolitan tourist resort. In recent years the popularity of Newquay has grown tremendously not only because of the natural beauty of the surrounding area, but also because of the central location and attractions it has to offer.

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