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  • The Linhay

    St Kew, Cornwall
    • Sleeps4
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    Secluded, single storey cottage near St Kew. (Ref. 1081210)

    7 nights from £424

  • Mill Barn, Port Isaac

    • Sleeps4
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    Grade II listed former water mill, just 10 minutes walk to Port Isaac. (Ref. 1071032)

    7 nights from £503

  • West View Cottage

    Padstow, Cornwall
    • Sleeps4
    • Bedrooms2
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    Picture perfect detached cottage nestled in the small hamlet of Tredinnick, Cornwall. (Ref. 1021637)

    7 nights from £594

  • Tresungers Cottage

    St Endellion near Port Isaac, Cornwall
    • Sleeps7
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    Ancient farmhouse a short stroll from the hamlet of St. Endellion. (Ref. 976304)

    7 nights from £410

  • Seagulls Perch

    Mawgan Porth, Cornwall
    • Sleeps5
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    Custom-built, split-level house with superb beach/sea views. (Ref. 976373)

    7 nights from £552

  • Neptune

    Constantine Bay, near St Merryn, Cornwall
    • Sleeps6
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    Neat, practical, comfortable end-of-terrace cottage. (Ref. 976307)

    7 nights from £515

  • Primrose Cottage

    Edmonton, near Wadebridge, Cornwall
    • Sleeps4
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    Pretty, terraced cottage with views over the Camel estuary. (Ref. 976329)

    7 nights from £382

  • Mays Cottage

    St Issey, Cornwall
    • Sleeps8
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    Stunning semi-detached cottage, with light, bright, superb quality accommodation. (Ref. 976306)

    7 nights from £608

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  • Trewethern Barn

    St Kew, Cornwall
    • Sleeps5
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    Handsome detached converted barn, close to Port Isaac. (Ref. 976357)

    7 nights from £480

  • Agar Cottage

    Trelights, near Port Isaac, Cornwall
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    Spacious, semi-detached 400-year-old cottage in Trelights, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. (Ref. 976300)

    7 nights from £491

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Why book a cottage in Padstow?

Padstow is a beautiful harbour town situated at the head of the River Camel in North Cornwall. Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you can enjoy stunning scenery and walks along the South West Coast Path.

Fishing has been a major part of the town’s history for hundreds of years and local fishermen still supply a lot of Padstow’s seafood restaurants today. The town is synonymous with celebrity chef Rick Stein, who opened his first restaurant in Padstow in 1975 and now runs no fewer than 6 establishments, including a bar, fishmongers and bistro. He has had such an impact on the area that Padstow has been nicknamed Padstein. It is not only Rick Stein’s restaurants you can enjoy however - Paul Ainsworth runs a Michelin starred restaurant and there are a host of other wonderful cafés, pubs and restaurants to dine in.

There are several fantastic beaches all within nearby walking distance of Padstow. Trevone Beach and St George’s Cove are ideal for families with young children and Constantine Bay and Harlyn Bay Beach are two of the best surfing spots in the UK. Walkers can explore the South West Coast Path and the Trevose Heritage Coast and cyclists can enjoy riding along the Camel Trail, an 18 mile long route along a disused railway line. 

If you fancy taking a little break from the outdoors then Padstow has a number of brilliant attractions to visit. Take a trip to Prideaux Place, an Elizabethan country house with an intriguing history and home to a fine collection of art. The National Lobster Hatchery is a research and marine conservation charity that aims to improve the stocks of lobsters in the waters around Cornwall. Learn all about the work that they do and you can even adopt your own lobster.

Places to visit near Padstow

On the opposite bank of the River Camel is the coastal village of Rock, home to a beautiful sandy beach. For lovers of watersports activities it is a great location for sailing, windsurfing and canoeing. South of Padstow is Watergate Bay,a long bay and beach that faces the Atlantic Ocean. Continue farther along the coast to visit Newquay with its splendid beaches, shops and restaurants.