The Headland Hotel
Perched above Newquay’s Fistral Beach, the Headland Hotel is a sight to behold. A Grade II listed building, the Edwardian hotel was designed by Cornish architect Silvanus Trevail in 1911.
It’s easy to see how this iconic landmark has become the inspiration and setting for films like Roald Dahl’s The Witches, as well as being a favourite for all sorts of celebrations and conferences. A host of recent awards include winning Gold for 'Self-Catering Holiday Provider of the Year', Silver for 'Hotel of the Year' and Silver for 'Spa and Wellbeing Experience' at the 2016 Cornwall Tourism Awards.
When it comes to accommodation in Cornwall, whether you want to enjoy a quiet holiday in one of the hotel’s secluded five-star cottages, gaze out on an incredible view from one of its ocean-facing rooms, enjoy a spa break with friends, Newquay’s Headland Hotel has what it takes to kick-back and relax or celebrate in style.
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The sense of occasion that The Headland Hotel always provides – whether you’re there for a quiet drink or meal, a relaxing stay or an ultra glamorous event.
The hotel’s spa, the first ‘5 bubble rated’ spa in Cornwall, is not to be missed!