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Price per night
October : £111
Price in November
Type of accommodation
2 Bedrooms, 93m²
Price per week
March : £94
A holiday rental in Padstow is the best way to respect the rules of social distancing during the coronavirus epidemic this summer. A holiday rental is a private space, unlike a hotel or campsite. For example, if you choose a rental with a private swimming pool, you will be able to limit your interactions with other people. However, it is recommended that you follow the latest government information in order to comply with travel authorisations and the rules of the country: https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus
The average price of a night in a holiday rental in Padstow is £101.
If you want to spend a week in a holiday rental in Padstow, you have to pay on average £705 for 7 days. The price varies according to the season between £661 and £775 for one week.
The price of holiday rentals in Padstow are less expensive in March: £94 per night on average. This represents a decrease of 6% compared to the average price recorded for the rest of the year. Conversely, the price increases by 10% (£111 per night) in 10, which is the most expensive month to live in Padstow.
On average, rentals in Padstow can accommodate 5 people (apartments and houses combined) and have a surface area of 93 m².
The price of a holiday rental in Padstow is £129 per night for this summer. A week's rental in July or August will cost you on average £902.
A holiday rental for a weekend in Padstow costs on average £99, for Friday and Saturday nights.
43% of accommodation is still available for a stay in November. It will be necessary to pay on average £97 per night.
The entirety of the Cornish coast is renowned as a surfers paradise, and Padstow is no exception. If you are looking for accommodation in the very heart of this water-sport haven, then look no further than Harlyn Bay. These sands, which are just short-hop from Padstow centre, are famed for its impressive waves, which are enjoyed by novice surfers and experts alike. Harlyn Bay is also known for other water-sport opportunities, including paddle-boarding, kayaking and canoeing. Similarly, the golden stretch of Trevone Bay is another favourite among surfers who flock to the bay for its current on the right side of the beach, which forms perfect surfing conditions.
As a certified ‘Area of Natural Beauty', it is unsurprising that Padstow attracts so many walkers, hikers and cyclists to its raw and rocky shores. Choose to stay near Trevose Head, then walk along the famous South West Coast Path, a hiking trail, which has been named ‘Britain's Best Walking route'. Another haven for nature-lovers is Constantine Bay. Here, you can wake up in a room with a view over one of the most vibrant beaches in Cornwall, before hiking along the rugged landscape to Porthcothan Beach. For cyclists, The Camel Trail path is a flat and picturesque route which is noted its accessibility for cyclists of all ages.
With its verdant and unspoilt scenery and exceptional cuisine, many visitors choose a self-catered cottage, where they can step back in time throughout their escape. Stay in the quaint village of St Merryn, where you can discover a cottage with an undeniable cosy Cornish charm, alongside some of the best seafood restaurants in the country. Equally, the culinary hotspot of Padstow Harbour also hosts a selection of award-winning restaurants within a stone throw of your traditional coastal cottage.
While all of Padstow's beaches are suitable for a family break, the dramatic story of Bedruthan Steps Beach captivates families, which makes it a suitable place to reserve a seafront cottage. The legend of Bedruthan Steps Beach tells the story of Bedruthan, a local giant, who placed the huge rocks as steps along the sand. Many families also choose to stay in Treator, where visitors try The Padstow Mystery Treasure Trail. This trail is an excellent way of getting to know the local maritime history of Padstow centre, as you search for clues amongst the ageing monuments and buildings around the town.
Discover everything the stunning Cornish coast has to offer by booking one of the many b&bs or holiday cottages available in the seaside town of Padstow. Surrounded by coastal paths and beaches ready to be explored, fantastic restaurants and cafés as well as boutique clothes and gift shops, there is something for everyone in Padstow.
Padstow is a small town and fishing port on the north coast of Cornwall, to be exact on the west bank of the Camel Estuary. Despite the small size of the town, there is by no means a shortage of things to do both in the town and in the surrounding area. The harbour is the main hub of activity, with both fishing and pleasure boats sitting on its waters.
The most popular months to visit Padstow are unsurprisingly the summer months of July and August which are the warmest months but will also therefore be the busiest. For a more relaxing holiday but still with mild temperatures, June and September are a good time to go as it is during school term but is still warm.
Padstow is easily accessible by car from all areas of England if you are prepared for a long journey, particularly from London from which it is a 5 hour journey, and 4 hours from Birmingham. Train travellers will also find regular options from all England's major cities to Bodmin Parkway from which there are regular buses to Padstow on the 555 Western Greyhound service. For those travelling from further afield or prefer flying, the nearest airports are Newquay Airport and Exeter Airport.
Choosing a holiday cottage in Padstow will allow you to fully immerse yourself in Cornish life in the little streets of multicoloured houses that you will find are typical in this little town. For keen cyclists choosing a holiday rental near the cycle trail (Camel Trail) may be the most convenient option, whereas visitors wanting to be in the centre of it all should look for somewhere near the harbour and Middle Street. To be still close to the centre but in a slightly quieter area, choose a b&b or self-catered rental on the High Street or on Tregirls Lane, both of which are just down the road from Prideaux Palace. Sarah's View (which is a road!) also has many charming holiday cottages for you to choose from. There are also many cosy B&Bs on offer on Glynn Road and the surrounding area. There are also many holiday cottages that are pet friendly so no member of the family will need to be left behind in order to enjoy this wonderful Cornish seaside town.
The first thing you will come across when you arrive in Padstow is the harbour. This beautiful little Cornish fishing harbour is the perfect place to stop for some fish and chips and watch the hustle and bustle of the town centre. Since it is surrounded by quaint cafés, restaurants, art and clothes shops, there is something for everyone here.
Whilst staying in this fishing town you will probably get a craving for Britain's most famous dish, fish and chips. If this happens the place to go is celebrity chef Rick Stein's Fish and Chips, where you can enjoy the best fish and chips in the whole town in this relaxed restaurant, to take away to eat in your holiday cottage or by the harbour. If you wish to enjoy to spend a little more on the finest seafood in a slightly fancier setting, Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant is a great option: opened in 1975 and internationally renowned for its fresh produce and innovative recipes, you are guaranteed a relaxing romantic dinner overlooking the Camel Estuary. The chef also has a Seafood Bar & Fishmongers as well as a Café to suit every kind of seafood craving as well as cooking workshops for those who want to perfect their seafood cooking skills.
This magnificent manor is definitely worth a visit during your stay in Padstow. Built in 1592, this Elizabethan house is still lived in by the family for whom it was built. The Prideaux's have been living here for fourteen generations. The manor overlooks its estate that includes a deer park, a beautifully kept garden and Stepper Point, a magnificent headland that was used as a filming location for the BBC adaptation of Poldark.
The closest beach to Padstow is St George's Cove, only about half a mile from the harbour, this sandy beach offers great views of the estuary and of the beach opposite, Rock, as well as Daymer Bay. Rock Beach is also easily accessible from Padstow, from the harbour you can get a ferry across to enjoy views of the estuary from a different perspective with shallow waters that are great for children. Both these beaches have beautiful clear waters, but the tides can be fairly strong at times so be careful.
This marine conservation charity focuses on the conservation, research, and charity regarding the European lobster, currently at serious risk from fishing pressure, and is one of the leading sources of jobs for a lot of small coastline communities in the south of England. Here, lobsters are raised from eggs through the most vulnerable stage of their life cycle, and then released back into the wild. The visitor centre is a fantastic place to drop in and learn more about these exotic looking animals.