This comfortable, homely and well equipped end of terrace house, is situated in a residential area only 5 minutes' walk from Padstow town centre and harbour. Padstow has a number of excellent restaurants including Rick Stein's famous Fish Restaurant. It also has a wide range of designer clothes shops and galleries.This is the ideal place to choose for your family holiday, where you will be able to relax with your children who will enjoy playing in the safe garden. There is off street parking, always vital in Padstow in the summer! The house also has much to offer out of season with its open fire, internet access and a choice of many books to read on a cosy evening. As well as having the choice of many shops and restaurants there are several activities to pursue from fishing to cycling the Camel Trail which is a good way of visiting the small town of Wadebridge. There is a regular water taxi and ferry running across to Rock so once parked there really is no need to use the car again unless one of the sandy beaches south of the town lures you out of Padstow for the day!
Available for weekly lets throughout the year. CHANGEOVER: Saturday in 3pm out 10am. No smoking PET WELCOME: maximum one dog or cat. POWER AND HEAT: gas, electricity and logs included in rent; gas c.h. & hot water; open fire in the lounge BEDDING AND LINEN: pillows & duvets included; bed linen and towels provided; BABY EQUIPMENT: not provided. TELEPHONE: incoming calls only, call box 250 yds INTERNET: wi- fi broadband available within the rental. NEAREST SHOP: 400 yds NEAREST PUBLIC TRANSPORT: 500 yds OS MAP REFERENCE: SW 918 750
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 family bathroom and 1 toilet only|
|Nearest beach||Padstow has several beaches|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Newquay Airport is ten miles, Nearest railway: The station is Bodmin Parkway|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
|Luxuries||Fireplace, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double Beds (2), Bunk Beds (1), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Outdoors||Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
Padstow is both a beautiful Cornish Town with a picturesque harbour and stunning views down the Camel estuary but also has numerous designer shops, art gallerys and excellent restaurants including the famous Rick Stein seafood restaurant and his superb fish and chip shop on the quay. So you may both relax over a harbourside coffee and watch the trawlers and yachts entering and leaving the harbour or browse the shops for designer bargains. There are, of course, a number of excellent pubs in the town and trying the Cornish Rattler (it bites!) cider is de rigeur.
There are speedboat trips around the bay, mackerel and deep sea fishing trips available and the Jubilee Queen makes a one hour trip up the estuary and around the inshore islands every day. The Cornish Coast Path runs through the town and you can (if you wish) walk for 500 miles around Cornwall or just stroll up to the War Memorial for a stunning view down the estuary.
The Camel Trail runs for 13 miles along the side of the estuary and bicycles can be hired including tandems and a variety of addons to accomodate small children. Wadebridge (the local town) is some five miles from Padstow. The estuary is famous for its bird life and there is a hide along the Camel Trail. There is a ferry service across the estuary to Rock where sailing and water sports of all kinds are available. For wet weather the town has the National Lobster Hatchery where you can observe lobsters from tiny fry to the huge Goliath. There is an outdoor swimming pool at the Metropole Hotel. Wadebridge has a cinema and a picturesque cricket ground.
Padstow is on the estuary of the river Camel. The local town of Wadebridge is some five miles inland. The towns of Rock and Polzeath are across the one mile wide estuary. Padstow has several beautiful beaches of its own and Rock and Polzeath boast several more. Within four miles of Padstow are six of the best beaches in Cornwall from the huge storm beach at Constantine Bay (which like many of the beaches is dog friendly) to the enclosed next door cove of Treyarnon. The Cornish Coast path runs through these beaches and across the intervening cliffs making for stunning (and windy) walking. Trevose beach has a shop and cafe and wetsuits (often needed) and surfboards can be hired and watersports lessons booked. There is a golf course at the Trevone Country Club.
A little further afield is the famous Bedruthen Steps which appear on numerous posters and books about Cornwall. Newquay, some thirteen miles away, is a large resort and has swimming pools, cinemas and a wide range of attractions. The town of Tintagel is some ten miles away and has the rugged Tintagel Castle widely believed to be the site of King Arthur's Camelot. Bodmin Moor is within twelve miles and is a wilderness where you can walk for miles and meet no-one.
Wadebridge, the nearest town, has a cinema, several restuarants, gallerys and bookshops as well as traditional butchers and fishmongers.