Bed and Breakfasts Around Padstow
North Cornwall has a great variety of accommodation types which mean that it meets the needs of visitors from all over the world and country. A burgeoning form is the boutique bed and breakfast, offering luxuriously appointed rooms in spectacular locations.
The region around Padstow lends itself very well to this form of tourism, especially along the banks of the Camel Estuary. The many inlets and coves are full of beautiful scenery and mystery. Heading towards the estuary from St. Issey, halfway between Padstow and Wadebridge, the road ames many turns through the tightly packed hills and little woods. In this farmland you will come across the recently restored Tredore House, a farmhouse bed and breakfast dating back past the middle ages, with a striking Victorian wing.
All of their guest rooms have been refurbished to a high standard giving a modern and contemporary feel. Their breakfast room is spacious and well furnished, a great place to eat the delicious food served.
So close to Padstow, it goes without saying that their guests would take advantage of the highlights of this historic fishing port. There are not many people who are unaware of the now world famous town, not only home to Rick Stein's Seafood Restaurant, but many other high standard bistros and restaurants. Cornish fudge and ice cream is a must when visiting, as is fish and chips or pasties on the harbour.
The owners, Pat and Graham, have made their B&B accommodation welcoming and comfortable - a glance at TripAdvisor reveals only five star, glowing reviews. They take genuine pleasure in looking after their guests, and make Tredore House an essential destination.