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Stayed at the Hotel again for a couple of nights, held another of our party's here yet again.
This has got to be one of, if not one of the most helpfull hotels in this neck of the woods.
cannot fault the staff or the...More
Great cheap hotel, all clean and tidy, staff were really friendly, parking was great!! Will be back if on a night out in Newquay again. 24 hour reception was ideal 👌🏻rooms a bit outdated but looks like the place is getting revamped as downstairs was...More
Very comfortable hotel, a bargain for £20 a night plus a small charge for a tasty breakfast. Ideal place to hit the wedge waves at tolcarne beach just across the road. Helpful staff looked after my luggage, after checkout whilst I spent the day in...More
The staff here were lovely and the place was great value. I arrived fairly late, but had no issue with picking up the keys from the night manager and was pleasantly suprised with the room given some of the reviews on here. The room was...More
We booked the Cliffdene Hotel for our running club's annual weekend away. For the price we paid, the hotel was just what we were looking for and good value. It is central to Newquay and includes free parking. The hotel decor is a little tired...More
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You get what you pay for. Although part of a group my husband and I had a lovely room with a balcony overlooking the sea. No it isn't the Hilton but you are not paying Hilton prices. It was clean and we had entertainment on... More
You get what you pay for. Although part of a group my husband and I had a lovely room with a balcony overlooking the sea. No it isn't the Hilton but you are not paying Hilton prices. It was clean and we had entertainment on two evenings. We were there Monday to Friday. I think the hotel is typical of Cornwall as the big hotel chains are not there and as Cornwall is so popular they don't have to up their game against the big boys. Yes there were no toiletries but again that is typical in Cornwall. The restaurant staff worked their socks off.