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County - Cornwall | Map
Tel code: 01208 | code search
Postcode: PL27 | code search
Population: 7000
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Hauntings and Ghosts:
Tredethy, Trevail, and a Thai Princess
Folk Customs:
Cornish Midsummer Bonfires
Helston Floral Day Furry Dance
Padstow 'Obby 'Oss
Quinquennial Knill Dance,
St Columb Hurling
Tom Bawcock's Eve

Wadebridge Events

June
Royal Cornwall Show

July
Wadebridge Carnival
Wadebridge Wheels

August
Camel Sailing Week
Cornwall Folk Festival
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A D A Taxis
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The Bridge On Wool
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Raj Bar & Restaurant
"I had a very bad experience on my first (and certainly the last!) visit to this restaurant. I had dinner here recently with my wife and 14-month old son and ..." More

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Wadebridge – This bustling market town in North Cornwall offers a wide variety of leisure and shopping opportunities as well as being the perfect base from which to discover the natural beauty of Cornwall and North Cornwall. Visitors to the town can enjoy riverside walks, unique shopping, indoor and outdoor leisure facilities and of course the nationally recognised Camel Trail, 18 miles of traffic free walking and cycling.
Wadebridge is the venue for some of North Cornwall's major events. Find out what rural life is all about at the action packed Royal Cornwall Show. Held every June there's something for all the family. The town comes alive to the sound of music every August Bank Holiday as it hosts the internationally acclaimed Wadebridge Folk Festival. Nearby the stunning gardens of historic houses such as Pencarrow, Lanhydrock and Prideaux Place provide the stage for summer events. From Jazz to Opera, Dog shows to Country fairs - visitors are always welcome and what better way to discover what Wadebridge and the surrounding area really has to offer.
Wadebridge is the gateway to the beautiful scenery and stunning beaches of Rock and Polzeath. This is Betjeman Country - the landscape lovingly evoked by the Poet Laureate in Old Friends, Summoned by Bells, and Seaside Golf. Hear his poetry recited on summer evenings on Brae Hill, overlooking St Enodoc Church where the poet is buried, and see his personal artefacts at the Betjeman Centre, in Wadebridge. Population 7,000

Accountant

Camel Business Services
Taxation & Accountancy Support
World Wide Financial Planning

Attraction

Cornwall's Crealy Adventure Theme Park
St Breock Downs Monolith
Trevanion Culver House
Tumbletopia, World of Stones

Camping

Laurels Holiday Park (The)
Little Bodieve Holiday Park
Tristram Camping Park

Care Home

Windmill Court

Classes

Yoga - Yvonne Cherry

Cottage

Carn Cottage
Wenford Hall

Council

North Cornwall District Council

Dentist

Galbraith & Baker
Parkvale Dental Surgery

Doctor

Bridge Medical Centre
Wadebridge and Camel Estuary Practice

Estate Agent

Cole Rayment & White

David Burt & Partners
Jackie Stanley
John Bray & Partners
Miller & Co

Golf Club

St Kew

Holiday Park

St Minver Holiday Park

Inn

Halfway House Inn

Market

Wadebridge Country Market

Pub and Bar

Maltsters Arms
Molesworth Arms Hotel
Quarryman Inn
Ship Inn
Slades House Country Inn
Swan Hotel
The Bridge On Wool

Restaurant

Bash Baagan
Bay Tree Restaurant
Burridges
Buskers Restaurant
La Mesa

Molesworth Arms Hotel
Quarryman Inn
Raj Bar & Restaurant
Swan Hotel
Taipan Restaurant
Winston’s Restaurant

School

St Breock Primary School
St Issey C of E Primary School
St Minver Primary School
Wadebridge Comprehensive School
Wadebridge Primary School

Solicitor

Chisholms
Merricks

Taxi

A D A Taxis
Harbour Taxis
Rock Taxis
Wadebridge Taxis

Vet

Abbott Draper & Fraser

Sports Clubs

Camel Valley Cycling & Triathlon Club (Cycling)
Cardinham TC (Tennis)

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St Minver CC (Cricket)
Wadebridge CC (Cricket)
Wadebridge Town (Amateur Football)

Shops

The Wadebridge Bookshop
Snap Dragon
Boots
Williams & Son Butchers
The Pet Shop
Celtic Mason Art
Sanders Opticians
J Shoes
Ricky's
ArtyFacts...interiors
Hair It Is
Elixir Health Foods
Chase Art Centre
St. Breock Gallery
Porthilly Crafts
Artyfacts
Malcolm Barnecutt Bakery

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The Old Forge Fish Shop
Carruan Farm Centre
Williams & Son Butchers
Relish Food & Drink
Caraways Cafe
The Tea Shop
White Stuff
Southern Gallery
The Hide House
The Heat Store
Bijou Beads
Shooting Star
Rainbow Spirit Crystal Shop

Antiques

Relics

Activities

Bowmen of Wadebridge(Archery)
Bike Smart Cycle Hire(Cycling)
Bridge Bike Hire(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Wadebridge

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Molesworth Arms Hotel (0.09 miles)

Molesworth Arms Hotel
The Molesworth Arms Hotel is a famous 16th century coaching Inn that offers a friendly atmosphere, great accommodation and excellent Food from our new Da Boes Restaurant. We are located in Wadebridge; Cornwall and provide ... More | visit website
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Hustyns (2.64 miles)

Hustyns

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Situated in over 100 acres of private landscaped grounds, Hustyns enjoys uninterrupted views across Bodmin Moor. The hotel is a luxury retreat from which to ... More

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Trehellas House (3.37 miles)

Trehellas House

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Nestled amid the beautiful Cornish countryside, just off the main A389 between Bodmin and Wadebridge, this charming hotel is beautifully set within a Grade II listed building, dating back to the ... More

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Halfway House Inn (3.46 miles)

Halfway House Inn

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The Halfway House Inn, St Jidgey is a Cornish Freehouse offering food, real ales, open fires and bed and breakfast accommodation in en -suite rooms, with both private parking and ... More

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St.Agnes Flat 2 at Lundy House (3.64 miles)

St.Agnes Flat 2 at Lundy House
This stunning apartment is very comfortable and will delight all couples wishing to be based in Rock,on the North Cornish coast .

Rock is a busy little village bustling with life in summer whilst in ... More | visit website
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Long Cross Hotel (4.35 miles)

Long Cross Hotel

Set in almost 4 acres of its own grounds and gardens overlooking the North Cornwall coast perched high above Port Quin between Port Isaac andPolzeath, The Longcross is in the perfect secluded location to enjoy ... More | visit website

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Tredethy Country House (4.37 miles)

Tredethy Country House

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Built in Tudor times and later extended, this beautiful, peaceful and informally elegant English country house is set in an area of outstanding beauty.
Tredethy Country Hotel has been the home of ... More

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Pentire (4.40 miles)

Pentire

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Roserrow Golf and Country Club is situated between Rock and Polzeath. New for 2008 are a small number of luxury suites offering king sized or twin bedded bedrooms, bathrooms, fully ... More

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Mesmear (4.57 miles)

Mesmear
This stretch of north Cornwall is nature in the raw – a wild coastline of bright sunshine, crashing surf and rugged cliffs. When Alan and Tessa Rose bought these 18th-century barns made from Cornish slate ... More | visit website
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Old Custom House (4.60 miles)

Old Custom House

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Standing in an imposing position on the quayside, the Customs and Excise building was well respected by the smugglers in the 1800’s. After refurbishment it’s still one of the finest ... More

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