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Start planning your Easter Holiday in Cornwall

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Start planning your Easter Holiday in Cornwall

Embrace the spring with a family Easter Holiday in Cornwall. The return of longer days and milder weather mean the Easter Holidays are the ideal time to explore the great outdoors in this beautiful county.


Our stunning self-catering properties in the popular family resort of Newquay are perfectly placed with easy access to beautiful beaches. Plus there’s a whole host of days out and attractions to discover.

We offer a range of property types that are ideal for small families with two bedrooms. We can also cater for larger groups and those visiting on a multigenerational holiday with accommodation sleeping up to eight people. Use our handy filter to find a property and location that’s right for you.


Feel the sand between your toes on one of the twelve beaches in the Newquay area and make a splash in the sea. Children will love discovering the creatures which live within the rockpools on Porth and Whipsiderry beaches, which are a short walk from our Rocklands and Lusty properties.

Fistral Beach is renowned for being the surfing capital of Cornwall! Why not hire a surfboard and a wetsuit and make a splash? Newquay Activity Centre are on hand to teach families some top tips on how to master the waves.


Whilst enjoying your Easter Holiday in Cornwall, many of the local attractions offer great value days out and egg-citing activities. Blue Reef Aquarium and Newquay Zoo are right on your doorstep or head out in the car to Flambards for fun rides and attractions and an Easter Sunday Egg Hunt. For families looking for a socially distanced adventure, check out the two self-guided Treasure Trails. These trails take families on a hunt for clues around the centre of Newquay.

Book your next holiday and spend quality time with your family on an Easter holiday in Cornwall.

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