Choose From Our Self Catering Holiday Cottages In Cornwall

Self Catering Holiday Accommodation In Padstow

Choose From Our Self Catering Holiday Cottages In Cornwall

Previously a well-known fishing port, Padstow has become a popular tourist destination which still retains some of its fishing fleets. During the Victorian age, ships carrying timber from Canada used to arrive at Padstow and provided affordable travel to passengers looking to emigrate.

With its proximity to dramatic coastline and the Camel Trail, Padstow is a great place for lovers of hiking, dog walking and cycling. By staying in our self-catering holiday cottages, you can bring your dog along for walking holiday in Cornwall.

Restaurateur Rick Stein is particularly well-known in this part of Cornwall since he has several establishments in this location, including The Seafood Restaurant, Rick Stein’s Cafe, Fish N’Chips Shop, and Seafood Bar & Fishmongers.

Holiday in Padstow has seven charming cottages to choose from in Padstow, all of which are self-catering.

Six of our self-catering holiday cottages (Coachyard Mews) set you at the heart of the action, while our seventh (Thyme Cottage) is based in a tranquil location on the Camel Trail. Built in 1992, all our holiday cottages are beautifully decorated and maintained.

One of our cottages even comes with a luxurious 6-seater garden hot tub. For a small extra price, you can have exclusive use of this facility during your stay.

Discover more about our self-catering holiday cottages in Cornwall today.

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Great Cottages - Furnished to the highest standards

Mr & Mrs Birchenall - Essex


V thoughtful - pleasant service, Many Thanks

Mr Wilson - Surrey


Great atmosphere - hot tub was exquisite

Mr Lee - New Zealand


Gorgeous place - you made our holiday special

Mr & Mrs Sandilands - Louth


Brilliant again, Thank you, Beaches are beautiful

Mr & Mrs Wilkinson - Warrington


01841 521 198
Coachyard Mews Holiday Cottages, Padstow, Cornwall
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