Trains to Newquay

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Travelling by train to Newquay passengers find an amazing ocean view after passing through the Luxulyan Valley and Goss Moor. Breathtaking coasts characterize Cornwall's most vibrant coastal town. Newquay is the undisputed surfing capital of the UK, with sandy beaches and exciting waves to ride.

Newquay offers some of the most beautiful and breathtaking beaches in the west coast of England, these include; Fistral Beach, Watergate Bay, Holywell Bay Beach, Lusty Glaze Beach, Towan Beach and Tolcarne Beach. Family oriented attractions available in Newquay include Newquay Zoo and Blue‐Reef Aquarium, Pirates’ Quest, Flambards Theme Park, Camel Creek Adventure Park and Cornwall Heritage Aviation Centre. Nature lovers can adventure on an array of water sports activities or are invited to visit Cardinham Woods and the Japanese gardens. A 16th century Elizabethan manor house with beautiful gardens and a barn restaurant is opened to visitors, Trerice Manor House was once used to store grains. It is now part of the National Trust Heritage.

Newquay station is served by the Atlantic Coast Line that operates from Par and London Paddington offering direct train services during the summer season. During summer weekends, CrossCountry operates longdistance services from and to Dundee and Manchester Piccadilly. On summer Saturdays local services are replaced by the Great Western Railway trains from London Paddington and with CrossCountry trains from the North of England and the Scottish Lowlands with no intermediate stations stops between Par and Newquay. On Sundays local trains and intercity services regularly operate. During peak summer months in addition to local trains, there is a Monday to Friday intercity service run by Great Western Railway to and from London.

Passengers arriving at New railway station find palm trees in the station’s forecourt. The train station has two entrances, one from Cliff Road provided with a ramp and stairs, and another one steps‐free from Station Parade. Station services include: ticket office (staffed from mid‐May until September), customers help point, lost property, public Wi‐Fi, refreshments and shops. Accessibility aid consists in a ramp available to ease access from and to the platform. Staff help is also available at this station.  Travelers are advised that Newquay train station does not offer public toilets or ticket vending machines, therefore passengers will have to purchase these directly on the train. Alternatively, train tickets to Newquay can be purchased all year round online. If booked in advance, passengers can benefit from large discounts, up to 43% on the original train fares.

There are car parks on both sides of the building. The station is located opposite the town’s main beach, Great Western beach, which is only two‐minute walk away from the town centre.