This immaculately presented cottage is situated in Padstow’s Old Town just a short walk from the harbour and attractions.
Set over two floors, this delectable cottage provides high quality accommodation for couples within a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of one of Cornwall’s most iconic destinations.
On the ground floor is a hallway opening into a nautically inspired open plan living area with dining area for two and with two steps up modern kitchen area providing ample space to rustle up a feast before relaxing into the Laura Ashley furnishings.
On the first floor is a comfortable double bedroom and a stylish bathroom with both bath and double shower.
Outside you will find a very small courtyard area with just enough room for two to dine al-fresco.
Less than 5 minutes’ walk and you will find yourself at the heart of Padstow’s famous harbour and town, with shops, a range of restaurants including Rick Stein’s – you can also visit the interesting National Lobster Hatchery and see their work.
A little further afield are a range of things to do, you could walk the coast path, take the Camel trail cycle route or try a tour and then a glass of award winning Cornwall – the world class sparkling wine from the Camel Valley Vineyard.
This exquisitely presented cottage is the perfect get away to access the delights of Padstow and Cornwall beyond at any time of year.
About the location
Harlyn 2.9 miles; Constantine Bay 4.2 miles; Polzeath 15.6 miles.
Padstow is situated at the head of the Camel Cycle Trail and is a fantastic base for exploring the South West Coastal Path which opens up routes to beautiful Cornish countryside. This delightful fishing port is surrounded by sandy beaches and offers many opportunities to taste the locally sourced produce in celebrity owned establishments. Padstow has something for everyone with watersports, walking, cycling and fishing, you can even take a trip on a local fisherman’s boat! The excellent surfing beaches of Harlyn and Constantine are ideal for safe family fun, and Constantine Bay is also home to a golf course, just a few miles away, while a passenger ferry across the river from Padstow to Rock takes you to the beach at Daymer Bay. Just around the corner toward Pentire Head is the surfing paradise at Polzeath, and when the beach no longer calls, there’s a golf course nearby, several stately homes and gardens to visit. The fabulous Eden Project is just over twenty miles away.