Hotel Victoria (Newquay, Cornwall) Reviews
Newest Review: ... gave us information about bars and restaurants in the area. === The room === We definitely made the right decision in the upgrade to the sea view, balcony room. As we walked into the huge room the first thing we noticed was how bright it was which was the benefit of the big sliding doors which led to the huge shared terrace overlooking the sea front. The view was spectacular; the beach in Newquay is actually stunning when there are no drunken teenagers ruining it. The room itself was quite dated but a great size for two people to be very comfortable and with lots of space to spread out. All the necessary wardrobe and drawer space for ... more
Customer Hotel Victoria (Newquay, Cornwall) Reviews (1)
by - written on 20/02/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
When I think Newquay I think teenagers drinking and surfing in the summer. It sounds my idea of hell so I've never been and never wished to visit. However, my partner and I are always saying that we haven't seen enough of the UK and I've always wanted to visit Cornwall having never done so before. Last year I subscribed to the Groupon alerts for the South West and finally saw a fantastic offer for a hotel which we snapped up immediately! === The deal === . The offer was a two night stay at the Hotel Victoria in Newquay with breakfast both mornings and a massage for two people for just £99. I assumed it was a mistake and actually meant per person ... Read the complete review
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