Welcome to Trevellis Bed & Breakfast, Newquay

A warm welcome awaits you at the Trevellis Bed and Breakfast, Newquay, Cornwall.

If you are looking for a relaxed, clean and comfortable Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the heart of Newquay, then you could give the Trevellis a try.
All Newquay has to offer is on your door step including the town centre, harbour and all the local beaches which are ideal for swimming and surfing.


Situated in the heart of Newquay

Range of rooms: doubles/twins/family shower en-suites, singles (shared facilities)

Small, family run guest house

A short level walk to all amenities

Close to the sea (walking distance)

Guests are provided with their own keys and have access at all times

Close to Towan & Great Western Beach

Close to good eateries / pub

Free WiFi

Trevellis B&B

The Trevellis Bed & Breakfast is a small, family run guest house, owned and run by Glyn and Sharan who pride themselves in making every effort to make your stay enjoyable.

We provide six letting bedrooms in an excellent position – a short level walk to all amenities including shopping centre, night-life, beaches, harbour, coach, rail and bus stations. No hills to climb on your way home!

Great location for town & beaches...

The local Towan Beach is Newquay’s main family beach with lifeguard cover during the summer season and is only a minute’s walk away from the Bed & Breakfast.

The town centre is similarly placed offering good shopping/restaurants/takeaways/tea rooms pubs/night clubs, in fact, everything one would expect from Cornwall’s premier holiday resort.

About the area

A fantastic selection of beaches all within walking distance including the famous Fistral beach.

There are numerous great places to visit and explore for all ages…

Coast Walking - B&B on the SW Coastal Path

Trevellis Bed & Breakfast is located right on the SW Coastal Path.
Our B&B is ideal for those looking to enjoy coastal walks and the SW Coastal path.

Holidays in Cornwall

Cornwall is a county of England in the United Kingdom, forming the tip of the south-western peninsula of Great Britain and being the most south-westerly county in England.

It is bordered to the north and west by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by the English Channel, and to the east by the county of Devon, over the River Tamar. Five million tourists visit Cornwall each year, mostly drawn from within the UK. So it’s no wonder that its successful tourist industry makes up around a quarter of the Cornish economy.