Planning a Stag or Hen do in Newquay, researching ideas and collecting money from everyone isn’t and enviable task.
Finding out accurate information on whats good and whats not can be tricky when there’s so much information out there. Much of it provided by large companies not the local providers, making finding our whats fact and whats fake news nigh on impossible.
Getting to Newquay
Getting to Newquay can be a mission. If your’e travelling from any further than Bristol, it’s further than you imagine. With summer time traffic, make sure you allow more time than you think.
Thankfully once you’ve arrived its easy enough to navigate around the town and by mid morning you’ll have figured our what’s what and where’s where.
Newquay is not your typical small town. Although it certainly has its tacky seaside parts the town it’s self, surrounded by turquoise ocean and dramatic cliffs and bays is a gem of place to get stuck in with the activities and night life with friends.
Nightlife & bars
Theres not a huge range of bars and night life in Newquay. If you’re thinking a pub crawl you’re likely to visit all the bars in town. And don’t worry about dress code. Shorts and flip flops will do.
Heres how we would do it:
Start at the Beach bar on Fistral beach for sunset drinks
Maybe nip up stairs to The Stable for cracking west country pizza, pies and cider
Head up the hill for a quick one in the red lion pub (one of Newquay’s oldest traditional pubs)
From here you’re back in the main mix of Newquay town with a variety of pubs, bars and clubs to choose from.
- Sailors pub (will be worth visiting sailors club later in the evening)
- The Cribbar
- 12 Beach road
- Concho lounge
- For later in the evening ….
- The Dead Famous Liquor Lounge
- Berties night club
- Sailors night club
Finish with a skinny dip on town beach to freshen you up before heading back to your accommodation.