We strive to ensure that our customers can easily access our restaurant and hotel.

However, if you have a particular need, please do let us know in advance so we can do our best to put provisions in place to suit your needs.

Information about on-site accessibility:

  • Toilets are available for disabled customers
  • There are two dedicated disabled parking spaces located close to the main entrance of the venue
  • There is a paved entrance to the venue (but please be aware that the rest of the car park is gravel)
  • There are no steps into the restaurant and the venue has a double-door entrance should a wider space be needed to enter
  • Customers who require more space for wheelchairs or pushchairs can request a table with more available space
  • We have a lift up to our first-floor rooms, as well as wide corridors and doors that are wheelchair-friendly
  • A disabled shower chair can be provided on request
  • We also offer a family-friendly suite with two interconnecting rooms and extra put-up beds can be available on request (for an extra charge – see room rates)

Other access information:

  • Dogs are permitted on site in our outdoor and bar areas. We also allow dogs to stay in certain rooms (for an extra charge – please see our terms and conditions)
  • All dietary requirements are catered for.
  • For further information or specific requirements, please call (01637) 878117

Keep it green Nestled

Nestled amongst the craggy cliffs of Newquay’s Pentire Headland, Lewinnick Lodge offers boutique hotel rooms with a contemporary bar and brasserie – all underpinned by a passion for protecting the environment. From reducing plastic to customer rewards for helping us conserve water and energy, guests are fully-immersed in our sustainability experience.


Cornish Wildlife Trust:

We are proud to be Business Members of Cornwall Wildlife Trust. As Cornwall’s leading local wildlife charity, the Trust carries out vitally important conservation and educational work throughout the county. Our support helps the Trust manage 57 nature reserves, providing refuge for nationally rare and endangered species. Cornwall Wildlife Trust runs a number of conservation projects across the county on land and in our seas. We are very happy to help raise much needed funds for the Trust so it can continue to protect Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places, now and for the future.

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Clean Cornwall - Turn on The Tap:

We have signed up for Clean Cornwall’s Turn on The Tap initiative to stop the over use of plastic bottles and plastic waste in Cornwall. So if you get a little parched on your walk around the headland and need your water bottle filled please stop in and we will be happy to assist you.

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Towns and attractions

Once in town, there are a number of local attractions which can be accessed either via public transport or walking (for example, Newquay Zoo or the Blue Reef Aquarium). Buses or trains can also easily be taken to other locations, including the picturesque town of Padstow or the bustling hub of Truro.

Pour en savoir plus

Other ways our guests and visitors can continue to help this sustainable ethos:


Click here to find a full list of local bus routes: The closest bus stop to Lewinnick Lodge is located at the top of the Pentire Headland Car Park. Guests can get the number 58 bus from the centre of town to the car park. Once there, they can take the right-hand turning and follow the lane down to Lewinnick Lodge.


Newquay has a train station located in the centre of town. There is a regular train service from Newquay to Par, where travellers can access further services to London Paddington, as well as down south the likes of Truro and Penzance. Those travelling to Lewinnick Lodge by train can easily book a taxi or take a bus to get Lodge as their final location.


With stunning views around the Pentire Headland, there is plenty of walking to be had locally from the hotel. Guests can easily jaunt down to the stunning Crantock beach by following the route down from the headland at low tide. They can also walk to Newquay’s most famous surfing beach, Fistral, in just a matter of minutes – and stroll the famous South West Coast Path.