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Book one of these charming cottages in Padstow to discover the wonders of this historic fishing town.
Why book a holiday cottage in Padstow?
Padstow is a charming working fishing port surrounded by glorious sandy beaches, quiet coves and wonderful walks. We have a small selection of cottages in Padstow, and our delightful cottages in Rock are just a short ferry trip away!
The town revolves around the bustling harbour where there is a mixture of houses, quays and boat slips. There’s always something going on, with plenty of seats and benches scattered around from which to soak up the magical scenery.
Accommodation in Padstow is ideal for foodies, as Padstow is home to a great selection of restaurants and cafés, some owned by highly acclaimed chefs. Visit The Seafood Restaurant by Rick Stein, or dine at Paul Ainsworth at Number 6.
Things to do when staying in a cottage in Padstow
Holiday cottages in Padstow are great for those who love being out on the water.
Local fishermen offer wreck, reef or bottom fishing trips from Padstow or Rock, with mackerel and pollock being the main catch. Book a boat trip from Padstow in a powerboat or travel on the larger Jubilee Queen, which tours the local bays and islands.
Cottages in Padstow can be ideal for cyclists or families who love getting out on their bikes! Padstow is where the Camel Trail begins, once the route of the old railway line. The train is flat and runs alongside the Camel Estuary from Padstow to Wadebridge, then onto the upper reaches of the River Camel at Bodmin.
Other Padstow attractions include The National Lobster Hatchery, Prideaux Place, Padstow Town Museum, and Abbey House on Padstow's North Quay. The latte is said to be the oldest house in Cornwall!
Types of accommodation in Padstow
John Bray are pleased to offer a range of holiday cottages in and around Padstow.
Choose a cottage in Padstow with John Bray Cornish Holidays today; speak to one of our experts or book online!