Public Houses, Inns & Taverns of Newquay, Cornwall

Formed initially in 1894 from St Columb Major. It is on the north coast, 14 miles north of Truro station. The population in 1931 was 7,651.

Directory of Pubs in the UK,historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Cornwall .

Premises Pic? Text?
Atlantic Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall Yes Yes
Central Inn, 11 Central Square, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 1EU Yes Yes
Commercial Hotel, Central square, Newquay, Cornwall Yes Yes
Edgcumbe Hotel, Newquay, Cornwall Yes Yes
Great Western Hotel, Cliff road, Newquay, Cornwall Yes Yes
Headland Hotel, Headland road, Newquay, Cornwall Yes Yes
Hotel Victoria, Newquay, Cornwall Yes Yes
New Hotel, 16 Bank street, Newquay, Cornwall Yes Yes
Red Lion Hotel, North Quay Hill, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 1HE Yes Yes
Sailors Arms, 11 - 17 Fore Street, Newquay, Cornwall TR7 1HB Yes Yes
Ship Inn, Newquay, Cornwall Yes Yes

1911 Newquay pub history census summary
Dis 10
Beresford Hotel, private, Hankins
Edgecumbe Hotel, Public House, Miss Dempster
Great Western Hotel, Public House, Hooper
Beachcroft, private, Langler
Hotel Victoria, Public House, Miss Williams
New Hotel, Public House, James
Sailors Arms, Fore street, Pollard
Headland Hotel, Joos
Red Lion Hotel, Coumbe
Victoria Stores, King street, Public Hall & Saloon Bar, not a dwelling

Dis 14

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