Your Cornish home away from home in Newquay
Are you looking for the ultimate holiday experience in Cornwall, where you are able to enjoy a range of exciting water sports, fitness & outdoor activities or relax and explore the local town and beaches? We welcome you to choose from a range of luxury beachside accommodation options that will perfectly suit your Cornwall Ohana® adventure.
All of our locations can be found along the stunning Cornish coastline, within a 5 to 15 minute drive of the main town centre of Newquay as well as a short 20-minute drive from Newquay airport.
Choose from the Ohana® private beach house, which sleeps 6 – 8 people, go glamorous glamping at the yurt park, or chill out in the relaxed atmosphere of the four star Watergate Bay Hotel.
All our partner and package locations are carefully chosen to make sure you have premium access to the best surf spots and outdoor training locations in Cornwall, along with award-winning beaches, stunning coastal paths, the best restaurants and great nightlife.
The Ohana® Beach House
Situated in a breathtaking location, a stone’s throw away from the family-friendly surfing beach of Porth and gorgeous sheltered surf and activities beach at Lusty Glaze, which has been awarded the 2017 Best Beach Award by The Sunday Times.
Nestled In the private grounds of the Glendorgal Hotel Estate, our Ohana® beach house is a perfect escape for you and your family or friends to enjoy the best that Cornwall has to offer. Our beach house benefits from incredible attention to detail and is fully equipped with everything you need to enjoy your perfect surfing, fitness or relaxing holiday in luxury.
The world famous surfing beach at Fistral is a short 10 minute car ride away!
OUR FAVOURITE: At low tide, you can walk to the charming town of Newquay along the beautiful sandy beach!!
I got way more with Ohana than I ever expected. I designed my own package, which consisted of personal training, life coaching, a weight loss plan and one ‘hesitant’ surf lesson. More than that however, I ‘found myself’ again. I am forever grateful.