The hotel seamlessly blends elements of the original and the new creating a distinctive style and ambiance, with no children staying at the Carlton our focus is on luxury, comfort and service.
Charming late 19th Century period House, wonderfully positioned in Newquay at Fistral Beach. A small private boutique style hotel with eight individually styled bedrooms offering bed and breakfast, having two licensed lounges leading to an outside heated patio where you can relax and enjoy the evening ambiance. And with all that, you are still only footsteps away from Newquay’s finest beaches, the picturesque harbour and Newquay’s restaurants and shops.
The Carlton is only 7 miles from Newquay Airport
- Newquay is 15 minutes by taxi & costing approx £15
- Bus services are available from the airport to newquay
- Car hire available to pick up at airport (pre-book)
- Taxi transfer service Travel cornwall
- Arrange a private tour of cornwall
- Daily guided coach tours
The beautiful beaches and the spectacular coastal scenery have made Newquay was it is today, with the arrival of all the new talented chefs and wonderful restaurants popping up in the town you will be spoilt for choice. In addition to the coastal footpath from which you may be rewarded with an occasional glimpse of dolphins you have a huge selection of watersports and activities
The Picturesque Harbour, Newquays gem, everything from fishing trips to picnics to paddling, Boasting two lovely restaurants and not forgetting the resident seals, it’s more than just an harbour….
- Seven beautiful sandy beaches in Newquay
- A different restaurant for every day of the week
- With an abundance of local talented chefs
- Cornish cream teas round every corner
- Huge selection of watersports and activities
- Newquay’s very own cinema
With so much to do and see in in Newquay you can spend days without even leaving the resort, we have the beautiful gannel Estuary and the hamlet of Crantock or take a walk over the bay to Watergate and enjoy the relaxing ambiance before a coastal stroll back to Newquay
Filming locations in Cornwall
Cornwall is quickly becoming the perfect location for TV filming & period dramas , from Rosamunde Pilcher’s romantic novels to Poldark which is filmed across Cornwall and has taken England by storm and not forgetting our favourite grumpy doctor, Doc-martin in Port Isaac
Embrace the Poldark frenzy by visiting some the beautiful locations across cornwall
Church cove….. Gunwalloe…..Charlestown…..Porthgwarra…..Bodmin moor…..Botallack…..St Agnes.
Filming will re-start for the new series in sept/Oct 2015…now that alone is worth a visit to Cornwall.
Places to see.
These are just a few of the wonderful places Cornwall has to visit, each of these places are a full day out so pack a picnic or enjoy a cornish cream tea on your way…
Minack Theatre Cornwall’s theatre under the stars, the Minack is the most famous cliff theatre in Britain, carved into the granite cliff overlooking the panorama of Porthcurno Bay
St Michaels Mount From ancient cobbles to castle walls through time and tide, St Michaels mount stand tall
Lanhydrock Estate Magnificent late victorian country house with gardens, Discover two sides of victorian life: from the kitchen, nurseries and servants quarters , which offers a glimpse of life below stairs to the luxurious family area revealing the comforts of upstairs living.
Lost Gardens of Heligan This 19th century estate garden has been undergoing restoration for 2 decades now, after this ivy covered sleeping beauty was discovered in the early nineties , The thousand acres of land are full of surprises at every turn, making it the most visited garden in cornwall.
Eden Project Home to the largest indoor rainforest, complete with exotic blooms and thunderous waterfalls, with 3 climatic zones and over a million plant, Eden always provides a horticultural spectacle whatever the weather.
Places to visit.
St Ives greatest natural asset is the array of beautiful sandy beaches that surround the town. Set in the eastern lee of the Island is Porthgwidden Beach , an ideal place for swimming. Round the corner and overlooked by the Tate Gallery is the large and sandy Porthmeor beach , one of the major surfing beaches in the area. Directly in front of the town is the Harbour Beach and nearby, Porthminster Beach with its highly rated cafe.
with the opening of the Tate Gallery . Together with the Barbara Hepworth Museum, this has had a knock on effect in St Ives, leading to the opening of many more galleries and studios and an art scene that continues to flourish
Padstow A bustling little fishing port and home to the celebrity chef Rick Stein, perfect for an afternoon visit with its array of shops and cafes, or enjoy the lovely restaurants for that evening ambiance
Port Isaac has been an attractive fishing village since the early fourteenth century. Its narrow, winding streets are lined with old white-washed cottages and traditional granite, slate-fronted Cornish houses, many of which are listed as of architectural or historic importance
Over recent years Port Isaac has become a popular location for both films and television series. The village is possibly best known as the fictional Portwenn from the ITV television series Doc Martin starring Martin Clunes
Fowey is a bustling small port which still has a busy commercial life in addition to providing attractive mooring for leisure boats. On Fore Street is the Old House of Foye, a medieval house built in 1430. It is one of the oldest buildings in Fowey and is now a shop. Daphne du maurier is perhaps the most famous former resident of the town and the Du Maurier Festival is now held here each May.
St Mawes The pretty village of St.Mawes looks out over the River Fal towards Falmouth. The old fishing port boasts steep and narrow streets rising from the harbour. In recent years, St Mawes has become a popular tourist destination with good restaurants, attractive shops and a number of galleries. St Mawes Castle overlooks the coast on the opposite side of the river to Falmouth. It is in an impressive position and was built in the 16th century as part of the coastal defences. The Castle belongs to English Heritage and is open all year round. The building, with its three huge circular bastions and gun ports, is a fine example of Tudor military architecture..