Best wishes to all our guests who postponed their holiday because of coronavirus. Keep safe and we look forward to welcoming you in happier times.
This lovely, newly modernised (2016) Edwardian holiday rental sleeps 12 in 6 large bedrooms with private parking for 4 cars.
Rated 4* Gold by Visit England as pet and family friendly, Padstow House is a unique holiday let, an ideal mix with plenty to do and see for almost everyone to experience that perfect family holiday in Cornwall.
Padstow House meets all your family’s needs and promises a memorable seaside holiday. A substantial home with plenty of space for all the family in the large kitchen and 3 reception rooms. Outside there’s a sheltered sun-trap patio with barbecue and the gated lawn keeps dogs or children safe. After a day on the beach, cycling or walking why not pick a movie on Netflix whilst the kids play PS4 or relax quietly reading one of our books or listen to your sounds on our Bose wireless system as you follow Rick Stein’s recipes in the well-equipped kitchen whilst topping up from the wine fridge!
Please use the calendar below to check availability and get in touch if you have a special request – we are keen to help you have a wonderful holiday!
Padstow House is the perfect base for surfing, biking, walking and just lazing around on the beach. After sunset, visit the many restaurants, bars and pubs – there is so much choice!
Try one of Rick Stein’s four restaurants or Michelin starred Paul Ainsworth’s Number 6, Rojano’s or numerous other eatieries and pubs. Maybe go crabbing in the harbour, sail or fish in the estuary, bike the Camel Trail or spend time on some of the best beaches in Cornwall just ten minutes by car or walking.
The pretty fishing village of Padstow has plenty of attractions from mini golf to boat rides. The sandy town beaches are close by, but with a car, explore some of Cornwall’s best surfing beaches such as Harlyn and Constantine. The house is actually located on the Saints’ Way walk, and is minutes from the Camel Trail and Bike route 32.
The villages of Rock and Polzeath are a ferry ride across the estuary and are well known for water sports and beautiful dog-friendly beaches.