Padstow

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  • Spring Tides

    From £235.00
    Padstow
    Sleeps 2 | 1 bedrooms

    Wonderful estuary views, and only a few minutes walk to Padstow with its harbour, boat trips to Puffin Island and sea fishing.

  • Bellagio

    From £116.33
    Bellagio
    Padstow
    Sleeps 4 | 1 bedrooms

    Bellagio is located in Padstow and offers a garden. Guests have access to free WiFi. The holiday home has a TV....

  • Freefolk

    From £485.00
    Polzeath
    Sleeps 6 | 3 bedrooms

    This large holiday property is the ideal base for a family or group to discover the seaside resort of Polzeath and the local area.

  • The St Enodoc Hotel

    From £155.00
    The St Enodoc Hotel
    Rock

    Offering a seasonal outdoor pool and sauna, The St Enodoc Hotel is located in Wadebridge in the Cornwall Region. The...

  • Polmeor

    From £515.00
    Polzeath
    Sleeps 8 | 4 bedrooms

    A pet friendly property just a few hundred yards from the beach, and the South West Coastal Path close by, a little further up the coast are Port Isaac and Tintagel.

  • Chynoweth

    From £355.00
    Padstow
    Sleeps 5 | 3 bedrooms

    St Merryn Park has its own bar and restaurant, and tennis courts. Padstow is close by with Rick Stein’s fish restaurant.

  • Little Tamarisk

    From £255.00
    Padstow
    Sleeps 2 | 1 bedrooms

    This ground floor apartment offers the added benefit of private parking, Wi-Fi and an enclosed garden and is just a short walk to Padstow’s harbour.

  • Cannalidgey Cottages

    From £269.00
    Padstow
    Sleeps 6 | 2 bedrooms

    Ideally located for exploring Cornwall’s best attractions such as Port Isaac, Boscastle and Tintagel, the mythical home of King Arthur.

  • Padstow
    Sleeps 10 | 4 bedrooms

    Well placed to explore this lovely part of Cornwall with Watergate Bay, the Roseland Peninsula and Lost Gardens of Heligan all easily reached.

  • Creekside

    From £285.00
    Padstow
    Sleeps 4 | 2 bedrooms

    Direct access to a tidal creek coming up from the Camel River, and with footpaths leading from the creek and on to Padstow.

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