Padstow thanks to the thinking manís cook Rick Stein, and of course an army of fishermen, has become a great foodie destination, but thatís only part of the story in this picturesque village on the Camel Estuary famed too for its íObby íOss... Read More

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The Metropole Hotel

The Metropole Hotel

More often than not, the 4 star Metropole hotel is the first sight you notice on entering the vibrant town of Padstow, aka the sea food capital of Great Britain (thanks in the main to ... More | Double Room: From £144 (low) | visit website

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Seafood Restaurant

Seafood Restaurant
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Old Custom House

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 1800ís. After refurbishment itís still one of the finest ... More

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Cross House Hotel

Cross House Hotel

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Charming Georgian house with Grade II listing set in the Cornish harbour town of Padstow. Recently refurbished and beautifully furnished to a very high standard. Our aim is to combine the ... More | Double Room: From £80

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Symply Padstow

Symply Padstow
Symply Padstow is a quality bed & breakfast accommodation for the discerning visitor in Padstow, North Cornwall.

Located just a stone's throw from the quayside shops, restaurants and romantic harbour. The picturesque harbour-town of ... More | visit website

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