The dog friendly Headland Hotel, in Newquay, Cornwall, is in the prime location for family holidays. For those with teenage adrenaline junkies, The Headland’s own surfing club, The Surf Sanctuary, offers coaching for activities such as Coasteering (ages 12+) and Kite Surfing (ages 15+). And, located just a stone’s throw away from Newquay’s famous Fistral Beach, you certainly won’t hear any calls of “I’m bored” from the kids. There are also paddle boarding and surfing activities suitable for younger guests.
The Headland Hotel offers a selection of self-catering cottages, ranging from one bedroom to three bedrooms. Not only are these cottages self-catering, allowing for complete privacy and flexibility, many of them boast spectacular sea views. What better way to start your day than breakfast with your family on your private terrace overlooking the ocean?
Many of the rooms are en-suite and the second and third bedrooms contain twin beds, ideal for family arrangements. Many of these cottages also benefit from very large windows, allowing not only for fantastic views wherever you are in the property, but also for plenty of natural light. On top of all of this, babies and toddlers under three stay free, and children from three - 14 years, sharing a parent’s room will only be charged at £40 a night.
The kitchen also has child friendly menus. These menus are cheaper, and all food can be enjoyed on the sunny Terrace - perfect for taking advantage of the incredible Cornish climate. The food is simpler than the main menus, making it easier for the little ones to choose something they will really enjoy. They come with a choice of one, two or three courses, costing a maximum of just £14.50.
They also keep colouring crayons and activity sheets on hand in the restaurant to keep their minds active while you enjoy your meal. The Terrace also overlooks Fistral Beach, with floor to ceiling windows, and takes a lot of inspiration from the finest local ingredients. Menus change regularly and guests of all ages are always in for a treat.
For any more information please visit http://www.headlandhotel.co.uk/