Self Catering in and around Wadebridge

A market town on the banks of the River Camel whose bridge is 'built on wool'. Wadebridge is central for cycling the Camel Trail between Padstow and Bodmin, and home to the Royal Cornwall Showground.


The Camel Trail winds its way along the Estuary between Padstow and Wadebridge, and then follows the river to Bodmin. The scenery along this popular walking and cycling route is some of the most spectacular in Cornwall.

The Camel Trail

Cornwall's cycling capital

Built on the trackbed of a former railway line, the Camel Trail is the most popular cycleway in Cornwall. There is bike hire available in Padstow and Wadebridge. The route between the two towns being mostly level, with some gentle slopes.

With plenty of little coves and places to stop and admire the view or have a picnic along the way, the Camel Trail is an ideal way to spend the day with the family.

For more details on self-catering in and around Wadebridge, click on the link below.

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