- Inns & Pubs in Padstow
Inns & Pubs in Padstow
Mix with the locals and taste Cornish culture by staying at a pub or inn. This is where great food meets comfy beds and a hearty Cornish welcome – oh, and a chance to try some of the local good stuff!
Wonderfully rural or in a town or village with the hustle and bustle of Cornish life on your doorstep, take your pick. Made famous by Rick Stein over the last 30 years or so, there’s much more to Padstow than just great places to eat. It’s still a working harbour, it’s surrounded by glorious beaches, and offers a base to explore the Camel estuary.
Be welcomed with warm hospitality at Cornwall's Inns and Pubs. Discover charming establishments offering comfortable rooms, delicious local cuisine, and a relaxed atmosphere.
Inns & Pubs in Padstow
The combination of comfortable accommodation, traditional charm, friendly hospitality, and culinary delights creates a memorable stay that captures the essence of Cornwall's unique character.
You’ll be met with warm hospitality and local culture as you embark on a quintessential Cornish getaway at one of Cornwall’s inns or pubs. The cosy atmosphere invites visitors to relax in a friendly setting. Enjoy a drink around the crackling fire, or soak up the summer sun and impressive views from the garden.
One of the highlights of staying in an inn or pub in Cornwall is the opportunity to savour the region's delicious cuisine. The restaurants serve up a tantalising array of dishes featuring fresh local produce and seafood. From traditional Cornish pasties and hearty pub classics, to innovative gastronomic creations, guests can indulge in a culinary journey that celebrates the flavours of Cornwall and beyond.
FAQ's PadstowView all
Some would say eating! And if you have the budget, you probably could, there are that many great places to eat! Or you could spend the day learning to cook with Rick Stein, though he probably won't be there.
Away from the gastro indulgences, Padstow is a nice place to just amble around, look in a few shops, take a walk out along the coastal path, or hire a bike and go up the Camel Trail?
You can learn all about lobsters, visit Prideaux House or St Petroc's Church, even catch a ferry across to Rock...
It's best known these days as the place where Rick Stein has all his restaurants, but prior to Mr Stein turning up, it was probably best known for its May Day celebrations and the Obby Oss, which dances through the busy streets from morning to night.
It's about 9 km (5.5 miles) from Wadebridge to Padstow along the Camel Trail. It's flat all the way on a good hard surface. Most people walk it in about two hours, but it can take longer if you stop to take in the fantastic views!
There are busses back to Wadebridge if you don't fancy the return walk.
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