Hus, the logical choice for an estate agent in Padstow
The busy port of Padstow may have become well known in recent years for its foodie connections, however, this beautiful Cornish gem situated on the North Coast also boasts a thriving community all year round. The area has become synonymous with celebrity chefs; Rick Stein, Paul Ainsworth and Nathan Outlaw who’s restaurant is across the estuary at St Enodoc. Consequently, it has become a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, due to its charming shops, pubs and popular restaurants.
For those who like to explore Cornwall on foot, bike or horse, the Camel Trail runs along the beautiful Estuary from Padstow to Bodmin. The Estuary also provides the perfect playground for water sports and boating. The South West Coastal Path passes through Padstow and heads towards the stunning Trevose Head where, on a clear day, you can see the entire North Cornish Coast.
Tesco, Spar, Padstow Farm Shop, Rick Steins Deli/Patisserie, The Chough Bakery
Rojano’s in the Square, Rick Stein’s café, The Seafood Restaurant, Rick Stein’s Fish and Chips, Paul Ainsworth at No 6, St Enodoc Hotel, Rock
Harlyn Surf School, Football
Trevose Golf and Country Club, Merlin golf course, St Enodoc
Bodmin Parkway (mainline to Paddington) 20 miles away
40 mins (17 miles) from A30 the main arterial route through Cornwall
Regular ferry across Estuary to Rock
National Lobster Hatchery, Prideaux Place, The Camel Trail