Places to eat

Stay at Padstow Creek and the world is your oyster. We’re within walking distance from the popular harbour town of Padstow. More than a British seaside town, Padstow is now firmly on the foodie map. You can indulge in some of Rick Stein’s fish and chips, sit down in his famous fish restaurant or visit Paul Ainsworth at No.6 for some truly delicious food.

Places to eat and drink while
staying at Padstow Creek

Padstow Kitchen Garden

3 mins walk

0.2 miles

Ross is a professionally trained chef who spent over ten years developing his skills with Rick Stein. As such, he understands what produce chefs need and appreciates the high standards they expect.

Craftworks Secret Garden

6 mins walk

0.4 miles

Craftworks Secret Garden is located within the amazing grounds of Padstow Holiday Village where we have created a new Alfresco, casual dining experience under the stars in our very own private garden.

Prawn on the lawn

25 mins walk

1.8 miles

We change our small plates menu every day and local fisherman land fish right to our door. We won Best UK Seafood Restaurant and featured in the Michelin Guide every year since we opened.

Stein’s Fish & Chips

26 mins walk

1.9 miles

Both an informal restaurant and takeaway. Featuring a large range of locally sourced fish served battered or grilled alongside famous favourite sauces and sides, our hand-cut chips or even oysters to shuck.

Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant

26 mins walk

1.9 miles

Opened by Rick Stein and Jill Stein in 1975, the Seafood Restaurant is where it all began. Boasting an international reputation for serving the freshest fish and shellfish. Celebrating the very best Cornish produce.

Paul Ainsworth At No. 6

32 mins walk

2.1 miles

Our Michelin star restaurant is located in a beautiful Georgian townhouse in the heart of Padstow. We serve a modern, unique, à la carte menu experience with a focus on locally sourced Cornish produce.

Greens of Padstow

35 mins walk

2.3 miles

Greens of Padstow is a licensed restaurant and mini golf garden perched high above Padstow harbour, with panoramic views over the Camel Estuary and town. We’re a year-round haven for food and drinks.


3.3 miles

Barnaby’s will be relaunching at the award-winning Trevibban Mill Vineyard. We’re running a pop-up from May-Sept serving our tasty sharing plates, local wines and cocktails. We are also dog-friendly!

The Mariners, Rock

35 mins walk  (+)

10 mins by boat

Paul and Emma Ainsworth relaunched The Mariners pub in Rock, Cornwall in May 2019. The 130-cover local, which looks over Cornwall’s Camel Estuary, is back open with a new menu and interiors to match.

It’s exactly as the photos and write ups describe. Sweet cosy accommodation in a really lovely woodland setting. Very easy to get to, and only a few minutes taxi into Padstow Harbour. Pod was clean and cosy. Perfect for couples or a small family. Will definitely return

Oliver, United Kingdom

If you expect a romantic, cosy little getaway in Padstow, where you are Glamping for the week or the weekend, this is certainly the way to do it. A very short drive from Padstow which is easily walkable. Bluebell Glamping Pod ticked the boxes for me. It’s exclusive and well hidden and the actual Pods themselves are the perfect size. I throughly enjoyed staying in them and recommend them to mainly couples but families as well.

Mike, United Kingdom

We had a nice experience in the Bluebell glamping pod. The pod is cosy, well equipped and very comfortable. The place is amazing and very original. It’s close to the lovely town of Padstow where you can find nice restaurants and shops. The area has a lot of points of interest and the Bluebell glamping pod is a nice place to stay to explore them. We recommend it !

Gaelle, United Kingdom

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