Newquay: Two Nights For Two With Surf Lessons for £120 at Hotel Sunnyside (Up to 50% Off)
- Scenic Towan Beach location
- Close to the town centre
- Breakfast available
- On-site bar with pool tables
- 24 hour entrance
- En-suite twin or double room with an LCD digital television
- Surfing lesson each, approx. 2 hours 30 minutes
- Wi-Fi internet access available
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required via www.sunnyside.co.uk/groupon.
Non-refundable once confirmed. Check-in from 3pm, check-out by 10am. Valid Sun-Thu. Fri/Sat night stays available in March and October 2012 only, will incur incur a £20 surcharge per night. One surfing lesson each on one day only. Breakfast will incur a £5 surcharge per person per day. Use of Wi-Fi internet, parking and room amenities will incur a surcharge. Original prices based on hotel rack rates.
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Residing within earshot of Towan Beach’s roaring wash, Hotel Sunnyside makes a scenic base for those looking to follow Newquay’s swift and divergent flow. The town’s coastal bustle flurries about on hunched, cliff top streets that were built on a fishing industry now superseded by surf shops and fluorescent, youthful night clubs. Visitors have swept south to walk the resort’s nine sandy beaches for more than a century now, drawn by its leafy gardens, sympathetic climate, and pervading sense of seaside fun.
Hit the beach with today's Groupon at Hotel Sunnyside.
• £120 for a two night stay for two (Up to 50% off)
Beachside break with a surfing lesson each
Helping visitors hang ten in the heart of Newquay, Hotel Sunnyside complements clean and comfortable accommodation with its own beachside surfing school. Visiting duos can set their bags down in an en-suite room complete with an LCD television. Exploring the hotel, guests may like to warm up for a night out in the Bottle Bar, enjoying a game of pool over a selection of beers, wines, or exotic cocktails. A surfing lesson will put wave-hoppers through their paces as they master the basics of board control atop Newquay’s world-renowned surf.
Venturing out of town toward Travelgue Head, history-lovers may wish to explore the Barrowfields, surmounting its grassy embankment to view a series of prehistoric burial mounds that were once home to Bronze Age chieftains. Those looking for a quiet retreat can dip into Trenance Valley and Leisure Park, admiring illuminated fountains and boating lakes which reflect 26 acres of green tranquillity, offset with crazy golf and the Little Western Railway. Renowned for its kinetic nightlife, Newquay has attracted nationally acclaimed DJs to its many clubs and bars in recent years, while a peaceful pint can still savoured at the many local pubs. Theatrical enthusiasts must be sure to take in a show at The Minack; this open air amphitheatre is carved into a cliff-side, affording its productions the uniquely brooding atmosphere of the crashing waves below.
Flights: Low-cost flights can be made from London Gatwick and Edinburgh.
Trains: Low-cost trips can be made from London Paddington, Edinburgh Waverly, Birmingham New Street, and Manchester Piccadilly.
Rail station: Newquay rail station is roughly one mile from the hotel.
Airport: Newquay Airport is roughly 5 miles from the hotel.
Car hire: Choice of operators from the Newquay area.
Sleuthing travellers can try to unravel the town trail, a series of Cornish slate discs that feature bamboozling clues about the history of Newquay.
Voted 11th out of 59 hotels in Newquay, the Hotel Sunnyside has also been awarded 4.5/5 stars by TripAdvisor users while over half of the reviewers have also given the hotel an “excellent” rating.
Excellent value hotel with good bar, pool table and breakfast facilities. Great for groups/parties and ideally located near harbour, beach and nightlife.
– crabone86, TripAdvisor, Nov 2011
Very central location… Good Value. Staff friendly. If you’re out sightseeing, shopping or surfing the whole day, this is the hotel for you.
– Ferdinand, Booking.com, Sep 2011