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Inns in Wadebridge

Halfway House Inn
Wadebridge
Cornwall

PL27 7RE | View map

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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 a large pub car park. We offer doubles, singles, twins and family rooms. Our extensive locally sourced and freshly cooked menu is available from 12-2pm and 6-9pm Monday to Saturday and on Sundays 12-2 (Sunday Roast Dinners) and 7-9pm (evening menu). We are located in the north of Cornwall on the A39 between Wadebridge and St Columb Major, just 2 miles past the Royal Cornwall Showground. We are approximately six miles from Padstow , four miles from Wadebridge and ten miles from Newquay. With the Royal Cornwall Showground just up the road we are in a great position for visiting or as a base for touring. The pub is within easy reach of some of Cornwalls biggest attractions, the Eden Project at St Austell, Lanhydrock House at Bodmin, Crealy Adventure Park, the harbour town of Padstow, the Camel Trail (Bodmin Wadebridge Padstow) which is increasingly popular and the ancient Saints Way footpath.

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