Hotel Director Veryan Palmer has joined the non-executive board of the prestigious Pride of Britain Hotels consortium.
The Headland has added new dates for its festive afternoon tea by the sea this Christmas.
The Headland has celebrated its staff’s dedication and achievements for 2021 with a special awards ceremony.
An employee at a top Cornish hotel has been recognised for her ‘world class’ work by scooping a prestigious award at the recent Hotel Cateys’ Awards.
We are very excited to announce we will be hosting two Festive Wreath Making experiences alongside Rafflesia Wedding Flowers this December! Spend the day getting crafty before enjoying a glass of champagne and either lunch or afternoon tea to make sure you leave feeling thoroughly in the Christmas spirit.
The Headland is inviting a small group of locals to join the Thursday Club ladies in transforming its elegant interior into a magical Christmas wonderland.
The Headland, in Newquay, is keen to foster a sense of community ahead of the festive season with willing volunteers lending a hand to bedeck its showpiece rooms over two days.
Cornwall’s luxury five-star The Headland hotel has held a graduation ceremony to say thank you to a group of students who worked throughout the summer holidays.
The Witches Afternoon Tea at The Headland will be chock-full of spooky sensations following the appointment of a Grand High Witch to welcome visitors.
Luxury Cornish hotel The Headland has won a prestigious award for its elegant spa experience.
The five-star venue, overlooking Fistral Beach in Newquay, won Best Coastal Spa for the first time at the annual Good Spa Guide’s national awards ceremony.
Jobs in the hospitality industry have proved rather challenging this summer, but one Cornish hotel is looking for an extraordinary new recruit this autumn.
Five-star hotel The Headland is seeking someone adept at terrifying adults and children alike, with a particular talent in turning people into mice.
The Headland has recognised the tireless efforts of its staff during a very challenging time for the hospitality industry.
The Headland’s operations manager Joshua Bates won a coveted Acorn Award, whilst Olivia Cornes and Nandor Szentey received Employee of the Month awards from hotel General Manager, Ian Wynne.
Summer’s almost gone and with it, the hustle and bustle which defines a high season in Cornwall.
It gives way to the delights of early autumn, when the warm days and cool evenings provide the perfect platform for a relaxing break by the sea.
The Headland is making waves in the surfing world after commissioning our own environmentally friendly boards from a local business and launching ‘borrow a board’ scheme.
We have joined forces with fellow Newquay business Dick Pearce Bellyboards to offer our guests a fun, greener way to enjoy the Atlantic Ocean, which rolls just beneath the hotel’s iconic clifftop location.