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The Kilbirnie Hotel, hotel in Saint Columb Major

Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, The Kilbirnie Hotel features an indoor and outdoor swimming pool, a sauna, a fully equipped fitness suite, and a secluded sun terrace.

Friendly 😎 This guy Chris, is amazing!
Scored 8.2
8.2
Rated very good
Very Good
1,660 reviews
Price from$98.17per night
Holiday Inn Express - Bodmin - Victoria Junction, an IHG Hotel, hotel in Saint Columb Major

Featuring a terrace and a bar, Holiday Inn Express - Bodmin - Victoria Junction, an IHG Hotel is located in Bodmin, 14 miles from Newquay Train Station and 8.1 miles from Eden Project.

Excellent behaviour of the staff and the spacious rooms
Scored 9.0
9.0
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
1,083 reviews
Price from$148.54per night
Magnuson Hotel Sandy Lodge Newquay, hotel in Saint Columb Major

Just a few minutes’ walk from Newquay’s beaches, Magnuson Hotel Sandy Lodgel offers family-run accommodations. There is a free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.

I liked my room, just big enough for one person. The stuff was amazing.
Scored 6.8
6.8
Rated pleasant
Pleasant
766 reviews
Price from$98.17per night
Sure Hotel Collection by Best Western Porth Veor Manor Hotel, hotel in Saint Columb Major

Superbly located on the north coast of Cornwall, AA 3-star Sure Hotel Collection by Best Western Porth Veor Manor provides charming accommodations overlooking Porth beach, just 1 mile from Newquay.

Great bed. Fantastic view
Scored 8.5
8.5
Rated very good
Very Good
399 reviews
Price from$121.48per night
Bedruthan Hotel & Spa, hotel in Saint Columb Major

On a rugged cliff side in the Cornish village of Mawgan Porth, Bedruthan Hotel & Spa offers wonderful views across the Atlantic. The 4-star boutique hotel has a luxury spa and restaurant.

Breakfast was excellent, good choice and plenty of it.
Scored 8.4
8.4
Rated very good
Very Good
621 reviews
Price from$226.04per night
Hustyns Resort Cornwall, hotel in Saint Columb Major

Nestled between the rolling St Breock Downs and Burlawn woods, on the outskirts of Wadebridge, Hustyns is an oasis of calm.

We loved our room,it was so clean and the facilities were great
Scored 7.5
7.5
Rated good
Good
454 reviews
Price from$129.16per night
OYO Godolphin Arms Hotel, hotel in Saint Columb Major

This hotel is located in Newquay, a few minutes’ drive from the town center and popular beaches. It offers rooms with Sky television for guests to enjoy.

Great location near Porth beach and had parking though it was tight
Scored 7.5
7.5
Rated good
Good
433 reviews
Price from$141.94per night
Pine Lodge, hotel in Saint Columb Major

Pine Lodge is a detached guest house located in its own grounds standing well back from the road leading into Newquay. Porth and Lusty Glaze beaches are within easy reach with a level walk into town.

Good location. Friendly staff
Scored 8.1
8.1
Rated very good
Very Good
516 reviews
Price from$200.21per night
Aquarius B&B, hotel in Saint Columb Major

This bed and breakfast is located just 5 minutes’ walk from Newquay’s glorious sandy beaches and coves.

We had room 6...very comfortable... very spacious and well equipped...ideal location for zoo...beaches... town
Scored 8.8
8.8
Rated excellent
Excellent
478 reviews
Price from$110.44per night
Jasmine House, hotel in Saint Columb Major

The family-run Jasmine House is a dog-friendly bed & breakfast located in the heart of the coastal town of Newquay.

Very clean. Easy walking distance to the tourist area. use of an iron which was important.
Scored 9.1
9.1
Rated wonderful
Wonderful
416 reviews
Price from$107.98per night
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What Guests Said About Saint Columb Major:

  • Scored 10
    10

    St Columb Major is not a destination in itself - but it is a...

    St Columb Major is not a destination in itself - but it is a wonderful centre from which to explore the amazing Cornish coast. There are plenty of pubs and restaurants for all tastes and we would recommend the Cornish Pasties and fish and chips for lunches on the go. There is plenty to do, but having a car would be almost essential.
    Bill
    United Kingdom