Wheal Treasure is situated in its own grounds in the delightful and peaceful area of Trenance Valley. It overlooks tennis court s a bowling green and adjoining leisure park Waterworld and Zoo. Just past the bowling green is a family pub and to the right opposite the leisure park is a restaurant and tea gardens. A short walk away are beaches restaurants shops rail and bus stations. Our twelve guest rooms situated on the ground floor and first floors are centrally heated and ensuite having bath or shower wash basin and toilet. All rooms have a television clock radio hairdryer and tea making facilities. Our swimming pool is great for cooling off on those hot summer days and will allow the kids to play safely while you relax.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Cots available
- Car parking available onsite
- Wi-Fi Available
- Outdoor Pool
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room
- Hairdryer in each room
- Childrens Facilities – Outdoor
- Ground floor bedrooms
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
- Wi-Fi Available In Rooms
Newquay is Cornwall’s favourite holiday destination, boasting some of the finest sandy beaches in the country.
There is a huge range of things to do during your time in Cornwall. With a diverse selection of top quality restaurants and a fantastic array of accommodation, this Cornish town really does have it all.
The town is also home to some of the world’s best water sports competitions with the Boardmasters festival and the surfing championships held in the resort.
The harbour town of Newquay has something to offer for families, couples and large groups, be it a relaxing spa weekend away or the ultimate luxury retreat.
We’ve compiled the best rated accommodation providers, restaurants, attractions and activities for your time in Cornwall, as well as a detailed What’s On – events calendar to help you plan your break in the town.
We have listed the best hotels, guest houses, self-catering properties, holiday parks and hostels to help you plan your stay.
Newquay has never been more accessible with the continued improvements to the main route through Cornwall, the A30. The last section of single carriageway road before the Newquay turn off has now been upgraded to dual carriageway. Cornwall Airport serves as the gateway to many cities in the UK as well as destinations further afield in mainland Europe and beyond. Regular scheduled flights now include Spain, Germany, Ireland as well as London, Manchester, Liverpool, Edinburgh and Glasgow with seasonal routes to Portugal. The airport is located just outside of the town, around 15 minutes drive from the centre.
The town is connected to the rest of the country by the branch line from Par, which serves as a hub for trains to Plymouth, London Paddington and many more towns and cities in the South of the country.