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B and Bs in Watergate Bay

Porth Cove
Watergate Road
Watergate Bay
Cornwall

TR7 3LX | View map

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Porthcove is a friendly and relaxing hotel set in an enviable position high on the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, commanding unobstructed views over Porth, Newquay bay, and the surrounding coastline. Directly opposite are the golden sands of Whipsiderry Beach with access to the award winning Porth beach and Watergate Bay too.

On the eastern side of Porth Beach is Porth Island, the site of an Iron-age settlement which is linked to the mainland by a footbridge, beneath it there are caves which can be exposed at low tide its said they were once used by smugglers.

Our accommodation is made up of sixteen rooms, all ensuite, with a choice of single, double, twin and family rooms available, many with stunning sea views. All rooms are tastefully decorated each with colour TV, radio alarm, hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities.

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