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Build Your Own Newquay Stag Do

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Surfing

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Bubble Football & Goggle Football

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Quad Biking

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4x4 Off Road Driving

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Segways

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Clay Pigeon Shooting - 50 Clays

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Outdoor Laser Combat

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Laser Clay Pigeon Shooting

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Clay Pigeon Shooting - 30 Clays

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Outdoor Paintballing - 100 balls Inc Lunch

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Battle Zone Archery & Bubble Football

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LNOF Guide to Newquay

Embrace Cornwall's party capital.

Newquay, facing the Atlantic Ocean on the North Cornwall Coast, is the largest resort in Cornwall and self-styled surfing capital of Britain. Surfing is obviously the top stag weekend activity here, though there’s a cracking menu of alternative options, both through the day and by night, to compliment the Brads and their boards. Once an isolated fishing community, with a still unspoilt harbour, Newquay has some of the best beaches in the land (catering for all levels of surfing ability), not to mention its rip-roaring nightlife and cracking social scene.

It ain’t dubbed “Cornwall's party capital” for nothing, so, whether sampling the spectacular cliffs and beaches, or mingling with its friendly, bronzed female clientele, you’ll be ever so glad you chose the attractive, welcoming and unique Newquay. The nightlife scene, coupled with the pedestrian zones – make for a safe place to go wild. There are several traffic-free sections to the town, including the promenade, and a lot of recent development work to make the centre a haven for carefree party people (including palm trees, we kid you not!)

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Newquay is class, not only for the weather (although that helps), but for the awesome water sports activities. I went surfing with the lads last summer, it was absolutely mint.

Daryl PattersonSales Executive

The markets, beaches, shops, cafes and restaurants house a diverse blend of students, tourists and locals - whilst the excellent array of nightspots play host to bottle-guzzlers, spirit-chasers and real ale enthusiasts alike. The eclectic mix of folk drinking in the same pub on a balmy Newquay evening is testimony to its continental atmosphere and laid-back attitude. The town acknowledges that not everyone on a Newquay stag weekend wants to get blind drunk 24 hours a day, so incorporating a daytime event or two is sure to build your thirst for the big night ahead - as well as lessening the risk of any lightweights bowing out earlier than they’d wish.

Customer Reviews for Newquay

Our average stag feedback score for Newquay is 4.72

Average Rating from 47 reviews

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9 starts


04/10/2016

"Great weekend, thanks for all your help"

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08/07/2016

"Relaxed; great activities booked - everything was brilliant, fantastic weekend"

7 starts


16/06/2015

"Fantastic weekend. LNOF take the hassle out of arranging everything! Will be using them again."

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10/05/2014

"Very happy with the way everything was dealt with, any questions asked were promptly answered by your helpful staff - would recommend your services. Venue was good, accommodation was okay and activities were great. Thanks for a great weekend."

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04/06/2013

"Great weekend in Newquay. The accommodation was welcoming, friendly, clean but basic. Quad Biking was fantastic, 20 riders all on the circuit at the same time, and it was much better than we had expected. Surfing was great too, a realy good experience. Newquay is quite focussed on stag weekends, the bar crawl looked like fun but we were not booked on to that. All in all, I have had positive comments back from the stags, so I would recommend this place."

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06/09/2011

"Absolutely brilliant weekend!

We organised at the very last minute and the last night of freedom team put together an epic weekend for us. Everything was well worth the money spent. Surfing on Fistral beach was something that should not be missed especially when making the stag don a mankini...

Clay pigeon shooting was brilliant, really well organised and fun.

All in all the whole weekend was fantastic experience, the nightlife was superb, drinks cheap and the whole of Newquay just seemed really geared up for Stag do's."

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30/07/2011

"It wasn’t bad just to many fellas."

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31/05/2011

"Overall I would reccomend a Newquay stag weekend. booking via Last Night of freedom took away all the hassles. Each venue/event we went on were expecting us and a great time was had by all."

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05/05/2011

"Excellent weekend - no problems sorting out activities, great fun was had by all, a memorable weekend."

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24/03/2011

"One of the best stag do companies. Good, friendly customer telephone service. A+"