Arjuna Cottage - near Fistral Beach, Pentire, Newquay, Cornwall, England. Family self catering holiday accommodation.

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Arjuna Cottage
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This delightful family holiday cottage near to Newquay, comfortably provides nonsmoking accommodation for up to four adults . It is only one year old and the building work was overseen by the Duchy of Cornwall being built to a very high spec.. The cottage is located in prestigious Bezant Place, Pentire, Newquay, England close to Fistral Beach (world-famous as the premier beach in Europe for surfing and surfing competitions). To view this magnificent beach click on this link to the Fistral Webcam.

Other nearby areas of outstanding natural beauty include Pentire Headland, The River Gannel and Crantock Beach. Just behind Fistral Beach is the golf course of Newquay Golf Club.

History of the cottage - the property was purchased 7 years ago, and the plans for the cottage were set out, only needing to wait for the right time to execute. Recently, the markets in Dublin recovered enough and the owners were able to sell their home there (thanks to: PerfectProperty - Dublin)! The proceeds were able to fund the construction of the cottage and now here we are.

Inside Arjuna Cottage

The images below are shots of the inside of Arjuna Cottage. The accommodation comprises:

The lounge


Satellite TV

Colour TV and DVD Player

Marble Fireplace

2 Leather 2-Seater Sofas

Fully-Fitted Carpets

Light coloured decor

Roman Blind with Matching Drapes and Tiebacks


The Kitchen/Diner





Washing Machine

Dining Table and Chairs

Double Patio Doors Leading into a Large, Fully-Fenced and Gated Garden with two beautiful all seasons gazebos.


The Master Bedroom and Second Bedroom

Second bedroom
Second bedroom
Master Bedroom: Second Bedroom:
Solid Pine Double Bed Two Single, 3' Wide Solid Pine Beds
Solid Pine Bedside 3-Drawer Units Solid Pine Bedside 3-Drawer Units
Fitted Wardrobes Drapes on a Decorative Wrought Iron Pole

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Getting There - You can travel by car, coach rail or air

By Car:

The A30 Expressway will take you from the M5 to within seven miles of Newquay. Take the A392 signposted to Newquay.

As you approach Newquay via the A392 turn left at the Mount Wise roundabout into Pentire Road. Take the 2nd left into Pentire Crescent (Fistral Beach and Newquay Golf Course are just to your right) and then 2nd left into Bezant Place.

Arjuna Cottage is shown in RED on the map below. Pentire Road is only a few hundred yards long.

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If you are looking for Bezant Place on the map that accompanies the official Newquay Accommodation Guide for 2004 it is located in cell F7. Some of the older maps have not been updated yet, and do not show Bezant Place as it is a relatively new road.

By Coach :

Daily coaches from London and additional National Express services from Plymouth, Bristol and Manchester

National Express 08705 808080
Travel Line South West 08706 082608

By Rail :

Every Saturday in Summer there are direct services to Newquay from London, the Midlands, the North and Scotland. Also, there are mainline connections from Par using Virgin, First Great Western, Wessex Trains and Wales and Borders.

National Rail Enquiry Bureau 08457 484950

By Air :

There are daily flights to and from London Gatwick and London Stansted. If you can overcome the digital eye strain from staring at your screen - if you use all the flight comparison sites like Orbitz, Kayak, and Google Flights, you can often get some great deals on flights on RyanAir and Air Southwest.

Ryanair 0871 2460000
Air Southwest 08702 418202

Skybus operates weekday flights from Bristol and twice weekly flights from Southampton.

Skybus 0845 710 5555


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Local Amenities

"Dine at sunset as the golden glow illuminates the spectacular panoramic views over Fistral Bay. The evening menu is delicious and the surroundings elegant and genteel."

Surrounding Area

Photos taken in and around Bezant Place, Pentire, Newquay, Cornwall, England. (Late April 2004)

View from master bedroom

View from the master bedroom.

A view from the green

A View from the Green:

A view from the green

Driving out of Bezant Place, Newquay.

View from second bedroom

View from the Second Bedroom:

View from The Esplanade, Pentire, Newquay

The Esplanade, Pentire, Newquay.

Pentire Headland

Pentire Headland, Newquay:

Fistral Beach

Fistral Beach from Fistral Blu Restaurant

Fistral Beach, near Newquay Golf Course

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Places to Go in and around Newquay

  • Surfing: Arjuna Cottage is an ideal location for families who have teenagers wishing to learn surfing in a safe environment. The National Surfing Centre is located on North Fistral beach, and runs courses for all ages and abilities. Fistral Webcam provides up to the hour images of Fistral Beach.
  • Golfing: There are more golf courses in Cornwall, per head of population than any other County in the UK. That's over thirty courses ranging from championship level downwards. Arjuna Cottage is only a few minutes walk away from Newquay Golf Course and a few minutes drive away from Treloy Golf Club. Also, we have quite a few avid sportbetters who come here to watch golf and bet on the major tournaments. For a photo of Newquay Golf course and a listing of other courses in Cornwall, click here. Alternatively, you can view this map of the golf courses in Cornwall.
  • Coastal walks and magnificent scenary are to be expected in North Cornwall. Here's a taste of what you can look forward to experiencing.
  • If you fancy a full day out, you could visit the award-winning National Maritime Museum in Falmouth.
  • Newquay Zoo
  • The Eden Project
  • The Red Arrows are scheduled to fly over Fistral Beach on Thursday 2nd September 2004
  • Padstow: Made famous by Rick Stein,


Padstow Harbour
Padstow Harbour
Padstow Harbour

    While you are in Padstow, if you are a fish-lover, ou must not miss Rick Stein's Deli. For around a fiver you can eat a fantastic fish lunch. The menu includes Seared swordfish with salsa served in pitta, Thai fishcakes, various salads and chips!


    • The Minack Theatre, Cornwall's world famous 'Theatre Under the Stars'. View these photos taken at a performance of Calamity Jane, last year (2003).


    • Goonhilly is the largest satellite earth station in the world and is one of the most spectacular tourist attractions in Cornwall, with a purpose built Visitors Centre.


    • Charlestown - "...the harbour is the home port for a famous collection of old ships which are employed in film projects all over the world." "....against all the odds - it has largely escaped 'development' and remains one of the finest and most fascinating places on the Cornish coast."


    • The National Seal Sanctuary is Europes leading marine animal rescue centre, which cares for dozens of sick, injured and orphaned seals every year.


    • The Cornish Cyder Farm, awarded 'The Nation's Favourite Farm Visit' by the English Tourist Board.


    • Eating out is a real pleasure at the Lewinnick Lodge restaurant on Pentire Headland at any time of day or night. It was recommended in the Times newspaper dated 23rd Dec 2003 for its fantastic sea views, extensive menu and competitive prices. In addition, they have a terminal in the lobby where you can play a little blackjack while you wait for dinner or after you've had your dessert.


  • To find out what's on in and around Newquay, visit Pizazz magazine.
  • For more general information about what's on in Cornwall, visit Destination Cornwall, Cornwall's longest established and most comprehensive on-line and off-line supply of daily and regular information on weather and what's on.


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Brunel Quays, Lostwithiel

Coming soon: we are aquiring a brand new, luxury, Grade II listed building, literally on the banks of the River Fowey, Lostwithiel. It is part of the redevelopment of an original building used as a rail depot by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. Being in the heart of Lostwithiel it has spectacular views to back and front and is ideally situated for fishing, rambling and touring the many delights of Cornwall.

`There is nothing else like it in Cornwall for all its qualities - restoring an historic building; creating high-quality riverside homes in an excellent location....' (Chris Tyson, chief executive of developers Wombwell Homes.)

It is ideal for family holidays, sleeping up to six people comfortably. If you would like more info. please email us at

Lostwithiel is the "up and coming" holiday destination for 2005. It ws once the County town of Cornwall and is packed full of historical buildings and artefacts. From the pace of life here, you will feel that you have stepped back in time. It contains a wealth of fine eaterys and is known as the "Antiques" capital of Cornwall.

Lostwithiel is only five miles from the Eden Project and four miles from Fowey. Fishing permits can be obtained from the local post office and the lucky angler could well be sitting down to bram or salmon for supper. Getting about is easy from Lostwithiel as it is only a few minutes from the A30, the main artery running through Cornwall, right down to Penzance and St Ives.

Brunel Quays, viewed from the banks of the River Fowey,Cornwall  
  Brunel Quays, viewed from the banks of the River Fowey,Cornwall  
Tudor Bridge leading to Brunel Quays and Lostwithiel Railway station
  Tudor Bridge leading to Brunel Quays and Lostwithiel Railway station  
View from the Tudor bridge, Lostwithiel, into Lostwithiel  
  View from the Tudor bridge, Lostwithiel, into Lostwithiel  
Picnic area opposite Brunel Quays, viewed from the Tudor bridge  
  Picnic area opposite Brunel Quays, viewed from the Tudor bridge  
Fishing spot
  Fishing spot  
The property facing ours, across the river Fowey.  
  The property facing ours, across the river Fowey.  
A few minutes walk from Brunel Quays, Lostwithiel  
  A few minutes walk from Brunel Quays, Lostwithiel  
Make time for some retail therapy. Lostwithiel is the antique capital of Cornwall.  
  Make time for some retail therapy. Lostwithiel is the antique capital of Cornwall.  
Perhaps you prefer to wander around the quaint little town centre investigating the many restaurants and shops.  
  Lostwithiel town centre  
  Lostwithiel town centre   Lostwithiel town centre  
Lostwithiel is full of hidden passages and walkways to explore.  
  Lostwithiel town centre   Lostwithiel town centre  
Area near the Tourist Information Centre, Lostwithiel.  
  Area near the Tourist Information Centre, Lostwithiel.  
Children's playground, only a few minutes walk from Brunel Quays, Lostwitiel.
  Children's playground, only a few minutes walk from Brunel Quays, Lostwitiel.  
Lostwithiel railway station is on the main line fromPaddington to Penzance.  
  Lostwithiel railway station.  
View as you walk from the railway station into town.  
  View as you walk from the railway station into town.  
If you enjoy rambling, you will love Lostwitiel and it's surrounding area. If you don't want to, you need not go near a busy road for the entire holiday.  
  Countryside around Lostwithiel  

If you would like more info. please email us at

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Contact Us
You can either
  • complete a booking form and return it to us (terms and conditions apply)
  • email us at:
  • telephone us on one of the following numbers

Bournemouth (01202) 421716

Mobile: 07866 567077

  • write to us:

Arjuna Holidays, 62 Wentworth Avenue, Bournemouth, Dorset, England. BH5 2EG

Go on. Make that call. You know you want to!

Still haven't made your mind up? Here's another chance to see what you're missing on Fistral Beach at this very moment! The Fistral Webcam provides current images, updated on an hourly basis. The best shot is from the South Fistral webcam, towards the Headland Hotel.

Take a look at our friends at Ambr Eyewear UK who have started selling their computer glasses in the UK.

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