Built in 1897 to be the finest hotel in the South West, this hotel - grandly-set on a promontory, just outside the town, has been restored to its formerly glory, after many years of decline. In its youth, it attracted three monarchs and is now a Grade II listed building.
Bedrooms have been cleverly ranked into five categories, ranging from 'budget' to 'best'; but all are very comfortable, with modern TV's, tea and coffee making equipment and en suite bathrooms, and complimentary toiletries. 'Budget' rooms, however, miss out on the sea view. At the top end of the scale, you can have a four-poster bed and double-ended bath, plush other little luxuries.
There are family rooms in all categories, and positive efforts have been made to entertain children. These include an indoor Harry Potter room and an outside play area.
They run a surf school, but as well as beach activities they have a putting green, tennis courts and a snooker room, on-site.
You can also eat well, either at the beach-side Sands Brasserie (open throughout the day) or the more formal Headland Grill.
They also offer beach-side cottages in a well designed 'village' complex, where you can either cater for yourself or use the full facilities of the hotel.
Restaurant - Headland Hotel Restaurant - Newquay
The flagship restaurant at this comfortable hotel, is 'The Restaurant' - although you can eat less formally in The Terrace Restaurant.
Here we concentrate on the former.
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- Pleasantly Situated
- Sea View
- Dogs by Arrangement
- Free Parking
- Ideal for Families
- Number of rooms: 97
- Rooms, ensuite: 97
- Price (single room): please enquire
- Price (double room): from about £89 to £389
- Prices include breakfast
- Room Service: All Day
- Parking: Yes, 400 spaces
- Passenger Lift
- Coffee Shop
- Banqueting, sit down, max: 40
- Conference, Theatre-style, max: 250
- Licensed for Civil Weddings
- Spa Bath
- Swimming Pool - outdoor
- Directions: See map on this page