Places to Stay
Places to Stay
Holywell Bay Fun Park
Village located on the other side of the River Gannel from Newquay on the north coast of Cornwall. Lovely beach, sand dunes & picturesque village.
A very ancient site, dating from 460 when it was colonised by hermits who founded an oratory
Crantock has its share of events too, with an annual Jazz Festival and a summer fiesta, well worth a visit!
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Places to stay near Crantock centre:
Curlews (Cottage) Crantock (0.04 miles)
Sunnyside Cottage (Cottage) Crantock (0.08 miles)
Tregoona (Cottage) Crantock (0.09 miles)
The Old Butchers (Cottage) Crantock (0.13 miles)
North Shore (Cottage) Crantock (0.13 miles)
Nenagh (Cottage) Crantock (0.13 miles)
Poppy Cottage (Cottage) Crantock (0.13 miles)
Highfield Lodge (Bed and Breakfast) Crantock (0.18 miles)
Basil Cottage (Cottage) Crantock (0.22 miles)
Sandy Close Holiday Apartments (Self Catering) Newquay (0.29 miles)
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