Best Things to See & Do in St-Kew

  • Rumps Point

    The stretch of path that runs between Bosacstle and Padstow covers a daunting twenty six miles but can easily be broken up into two sections: Boscastle to Port Isaac (14.5 miles) and Port Isaac to Padstow (12 miles). There is...
  • A seventeen mile long cycle path which follows the River Camel from Padstow, on the north Cornish coast, to Poley's Bridge, on the edge of Bodmin Moor.

  • Camel Trail - Padstow to Bodmin

    The Camel Trail passes through some of Cornwall's most beautiful countryside. It is a completely free resource, which is available throughout the year, and covers a total distance of seventeen miles. Cornwall County Council converted eleven miles...

  • Pencarrow House

    Historic Georgian House, beautiful gardens and superb collection of pictures, furniture and porcelain.

  • Pine Lodge Gardens

    Thirty acres of variedly landscaped gardens including woodland walk, Japanese garden and ponds and lakes

  • A curious little church located in the village of Trebetherick between Rock and Polzeath. Overlooking Daymer Bay and backing onto the golf course of the same name, St Enodoc is perhaps best known as the resting place of former poet laureate John Betjeman.

  • Cracking Crab - Polzeath

    The Cracking Crab / Polzeath

    If the name alone doesn't leave you smiling, the gorgeous clifftop location of the Cracking Crab in Polzeath definitely will. This modern little seaside restaurant has some of the best views of the surf in town and does a fine line in seafood.

    On the topic of seafood - the menu almost has too much to choose from in this department. If you're a foodie, prepare to be snapping shots of...

  • Padstow to Rock Ferry / Rock

    Schedule <>The ferry operates throughout the year although there are no Sunday crossings between mid-November and mid-February.

    The service runs from 8.00 am until 4.30/5.30pm out of the summer season and until 7.30 pm during the summer holidays.

    Fares (As of 2022) <>Adults £3.00 single <>Children £1.50<>Bicycles £3.00...

  • The Camel Estuary

    The Camel Estuary, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that enters the sea near Padstow, provides an excellent habitat for birds. Large areas of salt marsh encourage a variety of winter waders, while on the mudflats at low tide you...