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23 rooms from AU$186 per night

“Perched on Padstow's charming quayside, this award-winning restaurant with rooms is the perfect spot for a Cornish getaway. Stylish, intimate and in the midst of the lively harbour, come for locally sourced food, and ensuite rooms with nautical furnishings and some with gorgeous roll top baths.”

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“Perched on Padstow's charming quayside, this award-winning restaurant with rooms is the perfect spot for a Cornish getaway. Stylish, intimate and in the midst of the lively harbour, come for locally sourced food, and ensuite rooms with nautical furnishings and some with gorgeous roll top baths.”

Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Hearty pub classics and award winning ales. They also blend their own coffee on site.
  • Views
  • Bar
  • Walking distance restaurants
  • Situated in the hustle and bustle of Padstow's famous harbour with myriad fish restaurants
  • Good wine list
  • Wifi
  • Child friendly
  • Friendly and accomodating staff; also the possibility to book out the attached barnhouse which sleeps 5
  • Satellite / Cable TV

Activities

  • Great walks
  • The beach is close by, there is a ferry over to Rock which leads to a spectacular walk with views
  • Fishing
  • Get involved or simply observe this famous Cornwall fishing port
  • Sights nearby
  • There is a charming town centre, ferries to other parts of the Cornwall coast and Rick Stein's famous fish restaurant
  • Museums
  • The Padstow Museum opened in 1971 and holds many interesting artefacts run by local volunteers

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23 rooms from AU$186 per night

Hotel Overview

Recommended for
  • Restaurant
  • Hearty pub classics and award winning ales. They also blend their own coffee on site.
  • Seaviews
  • Views from the rooms to the harbour are second to none with the bustle of local fishing boats
  • Romantic Break
  • Rooms are perfect for couples with great opportunities for coastal walks and delicious food and drink
  • Foodies
  • Serving fresh seafood from the Cally oyster bar and ales from St Austell Brewery - plus, many excellent fish restaurants in town
Activities
  • Great walks
  • The beach is close by, there is a ferry over to Rock which leads to a spectacular walk with views
  • Fishing
  • Get involved or simply observe this famous Cornwall fishing port
  • Sights nearby
  • There is a charming town centre, ferries to other parts of the Cornwall coast and Rick Stein's famous fish restaurant
  • Museums
  • The Padstow Museum opened in 1971 and holds many interesting artefacts run by local volunteers
Other highlights
  • Views
  • Eco
  • Quiet
  • Organic food
  • Fresh locally caught seafood from the Cally Oyster Bar and locally sourced produce
  • Good wine list
  • Lively area
  • Restaurant bar onsite, lots of local shops and homely pubs in walking distance
  • Romantic
  • B+B
  • Breakfasts are served each day, with freshly cooked full English breakfasts available
  • Self catering
  • There is also a self-catered converted barnhouse on site which sleeps 5 in 2 rooms, with lovely estuary views and parking
  • Child friendly
  • Friendly and accomodating staff; also the possibility to book out the attached barnhouse which sleeps 5
  • Restaurant with rooms
  • Hotel is focused around the excellent onsite restaurant with fresh seafood, oysters and a lively bar
  • Contemporary
  • Charming
  • Intimate

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