Padstow – a beautiful, ancient harbour town in Cornwall

Where To Stay In Padstow

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The Old Ship Hotel
A popular comfortable family Hotel situated close to the Harbour and many fine sandy beaches. This 18th century hotel is open throughout the year
St Petroc’s [Rick Stein]
Situated in New Street, just up the hill from The Seafood Restaurant. It’s the fifth oldest building in Padstow and was built by a friend of Sir Walter Raleigh.
St Edmund’s House [Rick Stein]
Situated behind the Seafood Restaurant, on the hill leading to St Petroc’s Hotel, St Edmund’s House is set in private gardens with all six rooms having magnificent views across the Camel Estuary to Rock and Daymer Bay
Cross House Hotel
Nestling in the heart of Padstow this is one of the town’s most historic buildings, formerly owned by John Tredwen, Padstow’s last sailing ship builder. Cross House has been lovingly refurbished and furnished to a very high standard to create a unique blend of luxury and relaxation
Tregea Hotel
Tregea is a small family run hotel with a very relaxed, friendly atmosphere furnished to a high standard and offering guests very comfortable accommodation. The hotel was thought to have been built in the early 17th Century on an old Roman road leading into the town overlooking the beautiful 13th Century Church of St. Petroc
The Metropole
The views from the Victorian Metropole are pretty spectacular, standing as it does on a hill overlooking the harbour and Camel Estuary