Recently heralded as one of the best places to eat out in the world, Padstow has been nicknamed ‘Padstein’ thanks to the influence of Rick Stein. Many tourists travel long distances to eat at his restaurant and cafés.
However, it’s much more than a foodie destination, with a wealth of natural beauty in this area. Ever since the middle ages, Padstow has been a busy fishing port. Until 1967, its railway station was the westernmost point of the former Southern Railway, which gives you a sense of its stunning location.
If you’re keen to visit Padstow in 2022, don’t forget to check out our holiday cottages in the centre of town.
Our self-catering accommodation is well equipped, and furnished to the finest standards. With our holiday cottages, you’ll have a cosy home from which to enjoy one of the most beautiful locations in the UK.
We also have a single storey property based on the glorious Camel Trail. Near here you can hire a bike and cycle along one of the best recreational trails in Britain. This footpath and cycle path is popular owing to its picturesque route beside the River Camel. Located in a quiet rural location, like all our self-catering cottages, Thyme Cottage is pet-friendly.
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Great Cottages - Furnished to the highest standards
V thoughtful - pleasant service, Many Thanks
Great atmosphere - hot tub was exquisite
Gorgeous place - you made our holiday special
Brilliant again, Thank you, Beaches are beautiful