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Holiday Promtion Studio Flat Newquay Cornwall UK

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Published on Mar 21, 2010

http://Bluechipholidays.co.uk Superb fully equipped Holiday Flat sleeps 2.In the heart of Newquay. Within minutes of the town centre. and Beaches.
Rocklands is a unique development situated in the heart of Newquay perched on top of a cliff overlooking the stunning Tolcarne Beach in Newquay. It beholds a beautiful contemporary design that works in sympathy with its surroundings and boasts luxurious interiors designed to create a unique and sumptuous living experience.

Apartment 8 is a one bed studio apartment situated on the second floor of the west wing of the development with a balcony over looking Tolcarne Beach and out to sea.

Eating
Each apartment is fitted with state of the art kitchens, but Rocklands will be a stylish destination in itself. On the ground floor you'll find Pizza Express, a spacious restaurant where diners can enjoy a unique combination of great food, stunning views and a choice of dining inside or outside on the cliff top terrace.

Playing
For your convenience there's an outside shower to wash the sand and sea away, a heated wet room to make sure your kit is dry and ready for the next day plus private lockers to store your boards and suit safely.

Roof top sun terrace and hot tub
We want Rocklands to be part of the local community. We also want it to have its own community. That's why we have created areas for everyone to enjoy. In particular, we think you'll love the rooftop sun terrace and hot tub area. Where stunning views meet sumptuous luxury and you can meet your neighbours.

Connecting
You may be escaping it all in Newquay, but you'll still be able to keep in touch with friends and colleagues as all the apartments have wi-fi connectivity; Ideal for telling everyone about the view from your apartment!
Living * Incredible views across the sea, beaches and cliffs. * Balcony overlooking the sea. * Open plan living with the bright lights of Newquay as your backdrop. * Polished marmol floors with underfloor heating. * LCD Flat screen TV with integrated Free view. * High quality double sofa bed.

Kitchen * A stylish kitchen with marmol tiled flooring and black quartz worktops. * Integrated appliances include a ceramic hob, glass chimney hood, cooker, fridge, dishwasher and washer/dryer.

Sleeping * There is a high quality double sofa bed situated in the living area (1.140m wide x 1.770m long).

Bathroom * A contemporary bath, stand alone shower with oxygenated water, wash basin and w.c.

Outside * Just a few minutes from Tolcarne Beach. * Communal Rooftop sun terrace and hot tub (available 1st May to 31st October). * There"s an outside shower to wash the sand and sea away. * Designated parking is available at this property (height restriction of 1.95m applies). * A heated wet room to make sure your kit is dry and ready for the next day. * Private lockers to store your boards and suit. * Pizza Express restaurant on the ground floor with stunning views and a choice of dining inside or outside on the cliff top terrace.

Family holiday attractions.
Exploring the beaches and rockpools along the coastline is a great (and free) way for children of all ages to enjoy Newquay. Step off the sand and there are a number of places to visit in the town, such as Newquay Zoo in Trenance Park, a 20 minute walk from the seafront, The Blue Reef Aquarium on Town Beach in the centre and Tunnels through Time.

Further afield there are many attractions within a short drive, such Cornwall's Crealy Adventure Park, the Lappa Valley Steam Railway, Dairyland Farm World all of which are within a 10 mile drive. Further afield, The Eden Project, The National Maritime Museum in Falmouth, Flambards in Helston and Land's End make for great days out.

Newquay's history is influenced by Cornwall's mining trades where the town became a port for the transportation of tin lead and clay during the industrial revolution. The area rich in stories of smuggling and shipwrecks as the Atlantic takes its toll on the coastline. This can be explored at the heritage coast centres and tourist information centres dotted along the coastline.

Other notable sites in Cornwall include Tintagel Castle (25 miles), the legendary birthplace of King Arthur, Charlestown Shipwreck Centre (20 miles), Geevor Tin Mine (35 miles) in West Cornwall, The Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro (10 miles), Poldark Mine (20 miles) and Pendennis Castle (25 miles).

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