9 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
wished we stayed there in the first place
"Was somewhere else and booked the hotel as we needed something that was going to give us the rest we needed after a really bad stay elsewhere. Got a great nights sleep, the staff at front desk and restaurant were amazing and it was a nice and quiet room. Wanted to stay another night but had to go back home. Food was pretty good for all the family. Another stay in a Premier Inn where it's becoming a number one choice to stop. Wished I'd booked the Newquay break and not the wife where we were staying."
- Travel date: 28th September 2010
"Great location, just outside Newquay. Staff excellent from start to finish. Had a noisy room above us, but one trip to reception, and all was sorted. We had breakfast next morning, kids ate free."
- Travel date: 25th August 2010
fantastic hotel highly recomended
"we recently arrived at the premier inn with one teenage daughter and my partner and myself w echecked in and the staff was so helpful and very friendly .the hotel was extremely quiet considering the amount of people staying at the hotel.we arrived at the room everything was immaculate and clean and the beds were very comfy after travelling so long.there was plenty of selection of tea and coffee for each person and the bathrooms were exceptionally clean.we booked breakfast for two adults one child under 15 they eat free with every paying adult.what can i say excellent service ,excellent food staff were very polite and well manured and if there was anything you needed they was no hesitation in getting it for you the breakfast was great what a selection for a small charge of i think Â£7.75 each adult ,you could not ask for more.all in all a lovely clean and pleasant hotel to stay in and i will be returning every year from now on.the staff are a credit to premier inn and they should be very proud of the excellent service through out our stay thankyou"
- Travel date: 12th August 2010
Newly built (2009)
"Good location, just outside the mayhem of Newquay. The hotel was built in 2009, so the fixtures/fittings are nice and new. Rooms are of a decent size, standard Premier Inn layout and livery. The car park can be quite busy as the hotel is attached to a popular pub. Whilst the location is on a busy road, the double glazing works very effectively. Staff were very helpful and couldn't do enough to make sure we had a good stay."
- Travel date: 19th October 2009
Modern, clean, stylish budget accomodation
"We stayed for 5 nights in this hotel. it is on a busy roundabout, but with the window closed we did not hear any traffic noise. The rooms are modern with flatscreen TV's, and kept very clean. We did have to complain about our bedding not being changed after 4 nights though. We had the premier breakfast option which is an excellent start to the day. The bar gets very busy at night which meant that on more than one occasion we had to abandon our car in some dodgy positions. Bar service was very slow with only one member of staff serving all the times we were there. The Hotel is obviously very new and the site is still unfinished and looks tatty with huge weeds everywhere. Other than those few gripes an execellent choice and very handy for newquay"
- Travel date: 20th August 2009
nice location but noisy at night
"The Premier Inn is located in Quintrell Downs around two miles from Newquay, so for families this is great as you ont really want to be central as Newquay can be rough at night - but in the early hours you do get woken up by revellers returning to their rooms - but the Treffry Tavern is nice and the food is nice (if expensive) - it's at Table Table Restaurant. The breakfasts are typical Premier Inn - as much as you can eat. If you want a change o location in the evening go down to the Two Clomes pub/restaurant down the road - lovely and friendly people and nice pint - very homely and a log fire in the winter. Back to the Travel Inn - the bad thing to say is that the storage in the rooms is very poor - no drawers (at all) and only wardrobe space for say twenty items - we left most things in the cases."
- Travel date: 7th August 2009
Clean pleasant hotel
"There is an old saying, you get what you pay for, and with Premier Inn charging Â£50per room per night you would expect a pretty lousy stay. Well the old adage is not always true! We stayed here for 2 nights in Feb 09 as my friend was getting her daughter christened and we had travelled up for the weekend. The hotel is very easy to get to, next door to a shopping precinct, fuel station and Macdonalds. It has the traditional pub located next door for your breakfast. The staff were friendly enough and a helpful leaflet area detailed things you could do in the area. The breakfast staff were helpful and charming. My 6 year old wanted a raw tomato with her breakfast and they asked the chef to prepare one specially for her. The room was clean and tidy with everything you needed. I had no complaints and will certainly use it again if I am in the area, and will continue to use Premier Inn in the future."
- Travel date: 24th May 2009
Good clean accommodation
"we had to pick our Daughter up from Newquay airport so stayed one Friday night at the Premier Inn Newquay. I have no complaints. Check in was fast, room very clean, we ate in the Penhale Round which although very busy served us with 30 minutes of ordering with piping hot surprisingly tasty meals. We did not have breakfast so cannot comment. Would definately use premier inns again if this is the standard."
- Travel date: 29th September 2008
Reliable hotel from Premier Inns
"Premier Inns site just off the A30, next to the Penhale Round pub. Rooms are what you would expect from a Premier Inn, clean, adequate and generally comfortable, althought the mattress was way too soft for my liking. The staff are fine, especially the breakfast waitress, who was welcoming and true service with a smile. The breakfast was good, standard food available but plenty of it. The situation of the hotel is good in relation to easy access to Newquay (9 miles) and the Eden Project (7 miles). I didn't eat in the hotel in the evening, but there is a McDonalds next door if that's your thing. One word of advice - for the smokers amongst us, there are only four smoking rooms in the whole hotel and these will be going in January/February of 2008. In fact, the Premier Inns chain is going totally no smoking next year according to their website....that will please the anti-smokers and hopefully stop their incessant whining, but less choice for the smokers."
- Travel date: 27th November 2007
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