Out and about

Padstow boasts a wealth of galleries amongst its winding streets including intimate cafes and tea rooms. Rick Steins, along with many other restaurants, make it a favourite area for Cornish eating. The A39, 2 miles away, links north and south Cornwall and is ideal for exploring attractions such as The Eden Project, Tate Gallery at St Ives, Minack Theatre and many more. For cycling enthusiasts the Camel Trail offers traffic free cycling and walking winding its way through Wadebridge and Bodmin.

What to see and do in
the area of Padstow, Cornwall

Trevisker Garden Centre

1.2 miles

Trevisker is a boutique Garden Centre with a cafe. This home-grown, family run business is passionate about coastal tolerant plants. Pop along and enjoy a look around the lovely plants.

Padstow Farm Shop

1.8 miles

Browse our award winning farm shop, butchery and Roundhouse Deli. From exceptional meat, Cornish cheeses and local veg to delicious homemade meal pots and salads.

Harlyn Surf School

3.2 miles

Cornwall’s premier surf school. Harlyn Bay in Cornwall is simply one of the best locations to experience surf lessons, stand up paddleboarding, coasteering and kayaking than Cornwall.

Padstow Museum

26 mins walk

1.8 miles

Padstow Museum was formed in 1971 by a group of Padstonians from an idea by retired local shipwright (Bill Lindsey). The museum is an independently run charity.

Trail Bike Hire

26 mins walk

2 miles

We are a cycle hire shop based at the start of the Camel Trail in Padstow, Cornwall. The Camel Trail is an 18 mile traffic-free pathway following the river Camel.

Trevibban Mill Vineyard

3.3 miles

An award-winning working vineyard known for its stunning collection of Cornish wines and cider all made within a stylish and contemporary winery.

Camel Valley

13.5 miles

We’ve been producing award-winning, world-class wines in a beautiful corner of Cornwall since 1989. Why not enjoy the view from our terrace, where we serve wine by the glass?

Trevone Bay Adventures

2.8 miles

A must for people who want to see the true beauty of Cornwall. Try Kayaking, Coasteering, Paddle Boarding and surf lessons along the Cornish Coast with Trevone Bay Adventures.

Jubilee Queen of Padstow

28 mins walk

2.3 miles

Cruise the north Cornish coast in style. We run daily boat trips from Padstow Harbour throughout the summer months. Drinks are available from a well stocked bar. Doggies and small pirates always welcome!!

Bluebell is brilliant! In an amazing spot surrounded by woodland and a small stream. Feels like you’re miles away from everything but actually just a few minutes from Padstow. The pod was clean, immaculate condition and had everything we needed from cutlery to crockery. Extremely comfortable. We’ll be back. Thanks for being such a great host and extremely quick replies to messages.

Christian, United Kingdom

Excellent location, clean and tidy pod and great hosts! We had a very tranquil stay in the Bluebell pod. The bluebells were out and the small stream was beautiful to listen to. Great to be able to sit by the fire in the evening. Would definitely stay here again!

Anthony, United Kingdom

What an absolute gem of a place. In a small secluded (and sheltered) valley surrounded by trees with babbling brook and a field fill of primroses. It really is an oasis of calm and very private. The walk to Padstow is super-easy, up the hill and through the touring campsite and then across the fields, it takes about 25 minutes to the edge of Padstow. I would strongly recommend wellies if weather has been a bit wet as the paths are clearly heavily used and when we visited, very muddy. Nonetheless, we walked to and from Padstow a couple of times and don’t see the need for a car or taxi.

Emma, United Kingdom

Contact details

Padstow Creek Glamping
Trerethern Farm
PL28 8LE

t: Tim 07785 394676
e: info@padstowcreek.co.uk

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