When planning your Newquay holidays, consider staying in one of the luxurious and self-catering Cornwall holiday cottages. Cornwall holiday cottages offer superb accommodations and 5-star treatment from the staff. Moreover, it will bring you and your family closer to some of the most amazing tourist destinations in town like the beautiful countryside, beaches, shopping malls and theme parks. If you want to bring your dogs along during your Newquay holidays, Cornwall holiday cottages have a friendly environment for pets.
One of the best ways to ensure that you will truly enjoy your Newquay holidays is to keep the little ones busy and entertained all time. With this, here are some great places within close proximity to your Cornwall holiday cottages where you can take the kids during your Newquay holidays.
The Newquay Zoo
Animals would never fail to amaze kids and young at hearts. Seeing them survive and do their everyday tricks is such a joy. Because of this, tagging along the kids to the Newquay Zoo is a pleasurable idea. Located near your Cornwall holiday cottages, this zoo houses several endangered species like red pandas, red ruffed lemurs, black apes, the Siberian lynx and pumas. The setting of the zoo is very conducive to wildlife—a beautiful sub-tropical style gardens and one section in the zoo is designed like a prehistoric temple, creating a mysterious appearance and feel of the place.
There are also pools where vibrant tropical schools of fish can be found. Feeding time is one of the best times to be here. The kids will surely be astounded how the animals would respond to the trained staffs while they are being fed. Just recently, the Newquay Zoo has united with St. Austell College and has urbanized an educational resource centre close to the zoo. This facility is presently offering a BTEC course in Animal Management. Newquay Zoo was built sometime in the 60’s, but has remained to be one of the popular tourist destinations during Newquay holidays.
Tamar Valley Donkey Park
Tamar Valley Donkey Park is another great spot where the kids will surely have a grand time. Here, they can have fun feeding and riding one of the donkeys. There is also a public open area where the children can play around with other kids. You can also prepare something for a family picnic lunch as there is a portion of Tamar Valley Donkey Park for this activity. There are around 30 donkeys thriving in this park. Aside from donkeys, you can also see animals like pigs, rabbits, sheep, goats and guinea pigs within the pigs, rabbits, sheep, goats and guinea pigs. Tamar Valley Donkey Park is situated along the stunning countryside near your Cornwall holiday cottages.