October Half Term
HALF TERM FUN ON THE CORNISH COAST
OCTOBER HALF TERM
If you’d like to get away from it all and enjoy a family-friendly October half term holiday in Cornwall, you’ve come to the right place!
We have an action-packed schedule of family-friendly activities planned (all free!) and you can make full use of our facilities, including the indoor pool, soft play and pirate ship play area whilst you’re here!
Download our October Activity Schedule here
Our wonderful beachfront location, also means it’s just perfect for wrapping up warm and heading out rockpooling or, if the wind’s right, a spot of kite flying!
Pocket-Friendly October Half-Term Holidays:
2 nights bed and breakfast – £229 per family
3 nights bed and breakfast – £315 per family
4 nights bed and breakfast – £409 per family
2 nights dinner, bed and breakfast – £329 per family
3 nights dinner, bed and breakfast – £465 per family
4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast – £579 per family
So, what can you do during your stay?
Newquay is an adventurer’s playground with lots of winter wonderfulness to explore during your stay…
Grab a picnic and a snuggly blanket and spend a day exploring our playground, Fistral Beach, or head down to Newquay Harbour and discover the little creatures of the ocean with rock pooling. Have fun rock climbing, playing beach games or building momentous sandcastles or if you’re feeling adventurous, grab that board, zip into your wetsuit and enjoy a fun family surf lesson with Quiksilver Surf School.
Warm up in the indoor heated pool, enjoy our super soft play area, and let your little nipper unleash their inner Jack Sparrow on the outdoor pirate ship adventure playground just a stone’s throw away from sandy shores. For even more family fun, discover the Gannel Estuary which can be explored by kayak, stand-up paddleboard, canoe, foot, bicycle or horseback (a perfect location to spot some stunning wildlife in its natural habitat.) Why not explore the depths of Newquay’s Blue Reef Aquarium, or head down to discover 1,000 of the world’s rarest and endangered animals at Newquay Zoo?BOOK NOW