Newquay Reef Surf Lodge
Newquay Reef Surf Lodge

Our Address is: Newquay Reef Surf Lodge - 5-7 Springfield Road, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1RT.

The lodge couldn't be more centrally located which means the beaches, the surf, the shops & the buzz and excitement of Newquay's nightlife, are all on your door-step.

Situated on the rugged coastline of North Cornwall, Newquay boasts some of the finest views in our country of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. T he perfect natural conditions produce an ideal surfing coast, which has tempted surfers from all over the world to visit Newquay and try out the waves. As such, it is now widely regarded as the surf capital of the UK and hosts the National Surfing Championships every year on Fistral Beach.

What you will find around the corner from the Newquay Reef Surf Lodge:

Bars – Wetherspoons, Bertie's Pub & Club, Steam Bar, Steam Bar, The Griffin, Bertty O'Flanagans & Senior Dick's.
Where to eat – Fresh, Senior Dick's, Wetherspoons, Stavros Greek Taverna, The Griffin, Mexican Cantina, Maharaja Indian, Kahuna (Beachside Restaurant), Lusty Glaze (Beachside Restaurant), Steam Bar.
Beaches – Great Western, Tolcarne, Lusty Glaze, and Towan & Fistral a little further.
Fast Food – Domino's Pizza, Pizza Express, Thai Sing Chinese, Green Chili Indian and many more.
Supermarkets – Asda & Aldi

 

Newquay By Air

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Newquay By Road

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Directions to Newquay

From the M5 - shortly after Exeter - join the A30. Continue on this road - keeping an eye open for wild deer and Beast of Bodmin - approximately 7 miles from Newquay, take the A392 which leads directly into town.

A bit about Newquay...

Situated on the rugged coastline of North Cornwall, Newquay boasts some of the finest views in our country of the mighty Atlantic Ocean. The perfect natural conditions produce an ideal surfing coast, which has tempted surfers from all over the world to visit Newquay and try out the waves. As such, it is now widely regarded as the surf capital of the UK and hosts the National Surfing Championships every year in August on Fistral Beach. Newquay also offers a huge range of action packed activities for adventure seekers.

As well as surfing, Newquay has become famous for its clubbing night's and as such is a hugely popular destination for Stag & Hen parties throughout the year. The town is also popular with University Students who come to Newquay in June to celebrate the Student Summer Break (The ultimate post-exam blowout). In October, Fistral beach hosts the Student National Surf Championships attracting University Surf Clubs from all over the UK.

Newquay doesn't simply offer extreme activities and vibrant nightlife – there are also plenty of historical places of interest and beautiful coastal paths to explore and take in the relaxing Cornish atmosphere. In short, Newquay has something to offer everyone, young or old, whether coming to enjoy an active break, to party or just chill out and relax on some stunning beaches. Newquay simply dose have it all.

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Newquay Reef Surf Lodge
Newquay Reef Surf Lodge
Newquay Reef Surf Lodge
Newquay Reef Surf Lodge
Newquay Reef Surf Lodge
Newquay Reef Surf Lodge
Newquay Reef Surf Lodge