Padstow Bed & Breakfast
Padstow Bed and Breakfast is nestled in a quiet residential area which is less than 10 minutes' walk from the historic Port of Padstow with its harbour, shops and restaurants.
Within easy walking distance are the sandy beaches of St Georges Well, Tregirls Bay and Hawkers Cove. Less than 10 minutes' stroll downhill is 'The Camel Trail', a walking and cycling path that cuts through stunning scenery along the Camel Estuary joining the towns of Padstow and Wadebridge. 'The South West Coast Path', which regularly features in lists of the World's best walks, is approximately 5 a minute drive from us.
Our accommodation is within easy reach of the rest of Cornwall with attractions like The Eden Project, St Michaels Mount and the harbour town of Port Isaac.
We offer two beautifully appointed ensuite rooms, POLDARK and NANPARRA.
POLDARK has a Super King Size bed that doubles as twins, a separate en suite roll top bath and walk in power shower, a comfortable two seater tub sofa, central heating, bedside tables with bedside lamps, flat screen TV and coffee table.
NANPARRA has a Super King Size bed that doubles as twins, bedside lamps and en suite bathroom with a walk in shower and central heating. Naparra has a seating area, coffee table and flat screen T. V.
Both rooms enjoy natural light and come with a very comprehensive list of additional room amenities.
Guests have full access throughout the house including the lounge area, patio seating area and garden.
Free parking and free WiFi is provided.
There is a Tesco Supermarket within a minute walk from us and a bus stop that provides a regular service to local areas.
Our breakfasts are nourishing, fresh and locally sourced wherever possible.
We include a hearty 'Cornish Breakfast' along with smoked Salmon and smoked Halibut dishes with a full buffet of fresh fruit, cereals, Muesli and yogurts to provide the best start to your day.
Our fresh and bright dining lounge opens on to a patio the overlooks our garden.
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This page was last updated: 14 February 2017