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Old Custom House
South Quay
Padstow
Cornwall

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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 1800ís. After refurbishment itís still one of the finest buildings in the town and demands respect still, only now it is for the fine food, great ales and itís elegant accommodation.Offering 24 en-suite rooms, and a holiday apartment, the accommodation is very luxurious, and the hotel is willing to make arrangements for any special occasion. The Pescadou restaurant is a gem to this hotel and caters for every eventuality. Using fresh local produce and fish straight from the quay, they offer an extensive menu of fish and seafood dishes, and have a fine selection of wines to compliment each meal.During your stay, why not treat yourself to the quality treatments that the Lavender room has to offer. Anything from a manicure to a full body massage!!

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