Padstow in Cornwall
Padstow is a popular fishing village on the dramatic north coast of Cornwall. Famous for being the home of the chef Rick Stein, you can eat at a number of different restaurants and pubs or enjoy fish and chips by the sea.
It’s easy to see why Padstow is one of the most popular holiday destinations in north Cornwall. Centered around a picturesque harbour, it still retains all the charms of a traditional Cornwall coastal village making it the perfect place for a holiday with family or friends.
With picturesque views over the Camel estuary, Padstow is perfect for exploring the surrounding area. There are a variety of coastal walks from the village and if you take or hire a bike you can follow the Camel Trail along the Camel estuary all the way from Wadebridge to Bodmin.
One of the great things about the area is the number of beautiful sandy beaches that are nearby. Some of the most popular beaches include Harlyn, Damer Bay, Trevone, Treyarnon, and Constantine Bay. All offer a variety of activities and are great for a family day out.
If you prefer to spend the day looking around the shops, the village has a variety of high street names. In addition, there are also lots of smaller independent shops selling locally produced food, drink, and other goods.
Finally, if you’re passionate about food you’ll love Padstow. Fish obviously features highly on most menus but there is a great mix of pubs, restaurants, and cafes. Each offers a variety of foods to suit all tastes and budgets.
Padstow Holiday Homes
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