One of the things people are most looking forward to after the Covid-19 pandemic is over is going on holiday again.
Both a charming fishing port and leading foodie destination, Padstow is the start and endpoint from the Camel Trail, an 18-mile cycle path which runs along a disused railway line. One of the most successful recreational trails in Britain, it attracts people from all over the world. Ideal for walkers and cyclists, Padstow is surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty.
This area has also been a popular place for filming. Our self-catering accommodation is close to many familiar sights. For instance, Prideaux Place has appeared in over 15 dramas including, Four Seasons, Winds Across The Sea and End of Summer.
Many people are attracted to this area after watching Inspector Morse, while many people from Germany love Cornwall due to the novels of Rosamund Pilcher. Numerous film locations for adaptations for her novels are found in and around Padstow.
Whether you’re interested in Prideaux Place, the National Lobster Hatchery or Daymer Bay, our self-catering accommodation provides the perfect base for all your adventures.
Our holiday cottages are perfectly maintained, cosy and based in prime locations, including six in the centre of town. These are near the beautiful harbour which has excellent cafes, quirky shops, bars, art galleries and much more.
Find out more about our holiday accommodation in central Padstow today.
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