Eurowings offers new routes from Stuttgart and Berlin (TXL) to Newquay on Saturdays (May to September). These flights complement the existing Eurowings route from Dusseldorf to Newquay also operating on Saturdays from May to September.
In addition to the above, Ryanair is offering flights from Frankfurt Hahn to Newquay twice a week (Thursdays and Sundays) from Easter (End of March) to October.
Newquay is also served from London-Gatwick by Flybe 3 times a day as well as from Manchester and Birmingham and Air Lingus from Dublin year round.
Newquay Airport is approximately a thirty minute car journey to/from Truro.
We are now fully licensed and have an assortment of wines, beers and soft drinks available for sale.
During December 2016/January 2017 the bathrooms of our Superior Rooms 4 and 5 were completely refurbished in contemporary tiling.
If the answer is yes. Cliftons in Truro is the perfect place to stay. Many of our guests visit the lovely gardens nearby and then sample the culinary delights of Truro in the evening.
Typically a visit may include:
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
80 acres of superb grounds with a complex of walled gardens and a huge, productive vegetable garden. Set in one of the most mysterious estates in England.
The Eden Project
Dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World by some, the Eden Project is a dramatic global garden housed in tropical biomes that nestle in a crater the size of 30 football pitches.
An inspirational garden with varied woodland planting, mixed borders with bright summer and autumn flowers together with exotic perennials. Perched at the head of the Fal Estuary, Trelissick boasts jaw-dropping views.
Lamorran house gardens
Set on a four acre, south facing hillside overlooking St Mawes Bay, Lamorran is home to an enormous collection of sub-tropical and warm temperature trees and plants.
The garden is laid out in Mediterranean style with many streams, bridges and water features including a koi pond and several ornate temples
A beautiful sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop. Explore under canopies bursting with exotic blooms and follow vibrant tunnels of colour down to a private beach on the Helford River.
Set over three sheltered valleys running down to the Helford River, with weird and wonderful plants from around the world.
An historic estate boasting one of the loveliest gardens in England. With its magnificent collection of camellias, rhododendrons and magnolias, wonderful woodland walks and a beautiful family home.
Poppy Cottage Garden
Situated in the heart of the beautiful Roseland Peninsula Poppy Cottage Garden covers about one acre full of colour for all year – round interest. Planted as a series of rooms, which are small gardens in themselves, it is brimming with bulbs, herbaceous, grasses, shrubs and even exotics, mainly colour themed, and with plenty of places to sit and enjoy a cup of tea and a piece of home made cake.
There is also a small orchard with unusual ducks and chickens, and a small nursery area with a wide range of herbaceous plants for sale.
A vist to Truro would not be complete without experiencing some of the wonderful parks and gardens that Truro has to offer especially as Truro has been put forward to compete in the National Britain in Bloom finals.
Here are a few introductory notes covering some of these wonderful spaces.
Boscawen Park is in a lovely position on the banks of the Truro River about a mile outside the City Centre.
This is the place for sports lovers: with cricket pitches, tennis courts and football pitches, as well as arriver walk with exercise equipment. The park also has landscaped gardens bursting with floral displays in the summer, perfect for lazing the day away. Nearby is the duck pond, an area maintained with wildlife in mind which has a lovely path around its perimeter, perfect for a relaxing stroll.
Victoria Gardens were created in 1898 to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
They are located just a few minutes walk from the City Centre and offer ab oasis of green tranquility amidst the bustle. Hidden amongst the exotic shrubs, flowers and trees, you can find waterfalls, picnic areas and playgrounds. Nearby is the fountain which was originally in Boscawen Street and moved to the gardens shortly after they opened.
The bandstand plays host to brass bands most Sundays in the summer.
A dominating feature of the gardens is the viaduct that carries the main railway line. Five piers from the original Brunel-designed viaduct still stand, a remnant of the structure that was built in 1859 but replaced in 1902.