Newquay Zoo are very proud parents this week, as they announce another successful arrival of Visayan warty piglet’s. These delightful little stripey-humbug piglet’s are very rare, as there are only two hundred left in their native Philippines. They are sure to be a huge attraction during the coming summer as families local and visiting, will enjoy discovering more about this tiny breed.
Other local attractions, including Newquay’s world famous surfing beaches at Fistral, Lusty Glaze and Porth, can be just as mesmerising as cute animals. In fact this little town on the North Cornwall coast delivers a big punch when it comes to a family holiday. Not only offering beach excitement and furry creatures, there is a great choice for local eateries too. Fifteen Cornwall and Lewinnick Lodge are just two beach-side restaurants with some seriously nice nosh.
Within walking distance of the superb and iconic beach at Holywell Bay, is Moonstones. A fantastic location and lovely surroundings to spend any holiday time in. If you are a party wishing to holiday together, but still want to have your own space, then look at the beautiful Colan Barton cottages. Ten acres of grounds to run wild in, but still only three miles from Porth beach.