There’s an Aldi in Newquay, opposite the railway station. Aldi, Newquay.
Free on-site parking (time-limited) and benefits from fabulous sea views over the beaches – so great for motorhome owners to park up, go shopping to stock up, then make a quick lunch while admiring the views.
Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 8am-9pm. Sunday 11am-5pm.
Address: Cliff Road, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1SW
There’s also a Lidl in Newquay.
For a list of all supermarkets in Newquay, see: Supermarkets in Newquay
One great bargain shopping outlet for watersports fans in Cornwall is the Ann’s Cottage surf wear outlet just outside Newquay. They have their clearance warehouse just 2-3 miles inland at St Columb Major, on the main A3059 road.
There’s free on-site parking and they’re open 9am to 8pm seven days a week, with slightly reduced opening hours during winter months.
Ann’s Cottage stock all the surf brands you’d expect, including Animal, ACS, Barts, Billabong, Breo, CCR, Creatures of Leisure, Crocs, FCS, Gul, Oakley, O’Neill, Quiksilver, Reef, Rip Curl, Weird Fish …. if it’s a surf brand they’ve probably got it all. The list is too long to write 🙂
Ann’s Cottage Official eBay Store: Can’t get to the shops? Did you know Ann’s Cottage also sell their ranges through their official eBay store: Ann’s Cottage Official eBay Shop – never miss out again!
Address: Units 4a-4c, St Columb Industrial Estate, St Columb Major, Cornwall, TR9 6SF
Last checked: May 2016
If you want to know how many Asda supermarkets are in Cornwall and where they are, read on. There are four Asda supermarkets across Cornwall, at Newquay, St Austell, Penryn and Bodmin.
Asda at Newquay is not open 24 hours – the Asda stores at Bodmin, St Austell and Penryn have 24 hour opening hours, where you will also find petrol stations. All four Asda stores have free on-site parking, check the signs to see how long each covers.
Asda Distances from Newquay:
Newquay, Oakleigh Terrace, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 1RN. Near Newquay Station.
St Austell, 22 miles. Cromwell Road, St Austell, Cornwall, PL25 4PR
Bodmin, 27 miles, Launceston Road, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL31 2AR
Penryn, 28 miles, Jennings Road, Penryn, Cornwall, TR10 9LY
Asda Home Delivery
Asda provide home delivery services – also available at your holiday home.
Callestick Farm is a working family farm between Truro and Newquay, that has been producing Cornish ice-cream since 1989.
Come and watch the ice cream being made! Custom built visitors’ viewing gallery.
Callestick Farm is free to visit and there is a free on-site car park with a collection of farm animals, some rare breeds, including various breeds of chickens and pigs, a shire horse and sometimes calves or heifers too.
There is a visitors viewing gallery so you can look down on Sebastian and his team in the ice cream factory making and packing the ice cream, where you’ll see tubs of ice-cream being filled by hand. Ice cream is not made 24/7, it is made depending on the season and orders received, but there is always something to watch in the visitors’ gallery. A DVD runs in the viewing gallery throughout the day, to give you an insight into how the farm is run and how ice cream is made.
The Callestick Farm shop and tearoom serve snacks, light lunches, cream teas, hot and cold drinks and, of course, the best ice cream you’ll ever taste.
Accessibility: There is disabled access to all facilities apart from the viewing gallery unfortunately, which due to it’s birds eye view, does have some steeps steps to climb.
Address: Callestick Farm, Callestick, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 9LL
Celtic Sheepskin have a factory shop in Newquay, Cornwall – and it’s not just sheepskin!. Celtic Sheepskin are now known as Celtic & Co and they have a massive range of clothing, footwear and accessories, the perfect gift choice – there are even sheepskin, toscana and cabra offcuts for crafters.
Located on the site of their head office and warehouse, the factory shop provides you with the chance to get discounted stock from the full current season collection, as well as having a selection of seconds and end of line bargains.
There is a fitting room for you to try on items and staff are on hand to help you with any fit or colour selections to ensure you leave as a happy customer!
Opening Hours: Monday-Saturday 9am-5pm. Not open on Sundays or Bank Holidays
Free on-site parking.
New Etsy Shop
If you can’t make it to the factory shop in Newquay, then Celtic Sheepskin opened up a new Etsy shop in 2017, which you can find here: Celtic & Co Etsy Shop, New in 2017.
Address: Celtic & Company, Unit B, Treloggan Industrial Estate, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 2SX.
Dairyland Farmworld is an animal attraction, just outside of Newquay. It’s directly on the main road between Newquay and St Austell and is well sign-posted.
Seasonal Maize Maze: There is a maize maze available, but this is a seasonal activity as it’s made from real, growing, maize.
As well as the outside space and woodland walks in the acres of land, there’s a massive indoor Bull Pen. Site contains milking parlour, Clarabelle’s Kitchen, Animal Feeding, Cornish Heritage, Tractor House, Indoor Play Centre,
Free 7 day return with these admission prices.
Adults (16-60) – £11.25; Child (over 80cm) – £8.75; Child (under 80cm) – FREE; Senior (60+) – £8.75
Family Supersavers: Family of 5 – £43; Family of 4 – £35; Family of 3 – £27
Admission price includes free access to all daily shows and facilities at DairyLand. Attractions which have a small charge are: Pony Rides, Hay Rides, Mini Tractors, Raging Bull and Electronic Excavators – these are all £1.
Annual Passport: Pay once, visit over and over again with the Annual Passport. All passes valid for 12 months from the date of purchase – check website for prices.
Address: DairyLand Farm World, Nr Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5AA
Take a picnic to eat in the grounds, or enjoy lunch in the restaurant and cafe area.
Healey’s Cyder Farm, also known as Cornish Cider Farm, is on the road between Truro and Newquay. The cider farm has been making cider and scrumpy at their 180 year old farm, using a 16th century cider press, since 1980, when they planted their first cider apples. Cornish Cider Farm is the largest cyder-maker in Cornwall and the first and only distillery for 300 years.
On-site cider museum, farm tours, restaurant, tea-room and shop. It’s free to visit the Cider Farm, but there is a charge for the Tours. Free tastings in the shop so you can try out the cider, scrumpy, wines or fruit juices.
Cider Farm Tour Prices: Adult £7.50. Child £5 (6yrs – 16yrs, under 6yrs are free). Senior £6. Family £20 (2x adults/2x children 6yrs – 16yrs, under 6yrs are free, additional child is £3.00)
Plenty of free on-site parking.
Healey’s Cyder Farm are responsible for making a lot of well-known brands, including Cornish Rattler
Accessibility: The farm does have disabled access but it does have a rough farmyard cobbled surface which is not ideal for wheelchair users – staff are always ready to help should you need assistance—just ask. There is a disabled toilet for disabled visitors and ramps are provided in all the main areas.
Address: Penhallow, Truro, Cornwall, TR4 9LW
Healey’s Cyder Farm is almost next door to Callestick Farm Ice Cream, who have a viewing platform to see ice cream being made. Why not visit both in one day.
Enjoy a great day out at Holywell Bay Fun Park near Newquay, free entry and parking; just buy tokens for the rides you want to go on.
Prices: Entry is free and you just pay for the rides you want to go on, but there are discount options and bulk deals.
There are over 20 rides, which are priced individually based on a “star” system, where each star is equivalent of 10p.
Some rides have height/weight restrictions.
As this is a holiday camp, there’s plenty of food options on site too as well as parking and toilet facilities. There’s an ice cream parlour, American diner and Woodys newly refurbished bar/restaurant with stunning views of the Gull Rocks and the breathtaking Atlantic Ocean.
Dogs welcome. Locals card available, see website for details.
Address: Holywell Bay, between Perranporth and Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5PW
Kingsley Village is CLOSED DOWN. The site is being redeveloped bigger and better
Kingsley Village was a shopping village in the centre of Cornwall, right alongside the A30 and with easy access and free parking. Inside there were gift shops, cafes, fresh Cornish produce, locally made foods, hot Cornish pasties and 2-3 outlet shopping stores for electronics and sports brands such as Newsport. Animal, O’Neill, The North Face, Berghaus and Trespass. They also had a hi-tech meeting room for presentations, business launches and meetings with Free Wifi.
Alongside is a petrol filling station and a 24 hours McDonalds – while across the road, just 20 yards away, is a Premier hotel.
Address: Kingsley Village, Penhale,Fraddon, Cornwall, TR9 6NA
Opening Hours Used to Be: Mon-Sat 9am-6pm. Sundays 10.30am-4.30pm (CLOSED DOWN NOW)
Is there a Lidl in Newquay? Yes, there’s been one for many years now and it’s next door to McDonalds and alongside Morrisons petrol station.
Free on site parking.
The closest holiday park to Lidl is Hendra Holiday Park, so if you know where that is you’re close!
Opening Times: Mon-Sat 8am-8pm. Sunday 10-4pm. (Bank Holidays and Seasonal Opening may apply)
Plenty of free on-site parking. Car park has no barriers, so ideal for motorhomes to park and stock up.
Address: Lidl Store, Treloggan Road, Newquay, Cornwall, TR7 2BB
There’s also an Aldi in Newquay.
For a list of all supermarkets in Newquay, see: Supermarkets in Newquay