LUXURY GLAMPING PODS JUST 25 MINUTES WALK FROM PADSTOW & THE BEACHES OF CORNWALL
WHAT TO EAT, SEE & DO IN THE AREA OF PADSTOW, CORNWALL
CRAFTWORKS: Open Air Dining with a view of the rolling countryside and the Camel Estuary….
Craftworks Kitchen humbly began its journey after their purchase of a shiny, 1966 American Airstream trailer back in 2014. This isn’t any normal setting for a PopUp Style restaurant but its got to be one of the nicest settings in Cornwall. Trerethern Farm is the perfecting setting for watching the sun going down over the Camel Estuary.
With a relaxed festival vibe, our marquee gazes over the fields of Padstow kitchen garden. With plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, it’s just the most perfect setting. Our Craftworks food truck sits on-site with our converted shipping container alongside, the truck is the engine room for serving some banging street food flavours, you can always say hello to the guys cooking away while ordering your food and drinks at the hatch in the container….
This year we will be serving some fantastic beers from the likes of, Brooklyn Lager from New York City to Ellensburg IPA from Harbour Brewing Company…Wines by the glass or just grab the bottle to go… Ice Cold Sauvignon, from New Zealand and a tasty Campo Rioja from Spain… A White Zinfandel and Bottles of Fizz too……..and lots of sodas and minerals on the menu too……..
Beautiul farm based religious and non-religious wedding venue overlooking the Camel Estuary
Our beautiful Cornish marquee venue is so close to the harbour town of Padstow that you can hear the church bells pealing across the fields.
Couples looking to marry in the parish of Padstow will be delighted to learn that there are three picturesque village churches nearby; St Issey, St Merryn and of course Padstow church.
Although Trerethern Farm isn’t currently licenced for wedding ceremonies, if you did want a ceremony here at the marquee venue itself, we highly recommend using a wedding celebrant or a humanist celebrant who can help you to create a wedding ceremony which is personal to you.
Celebrant led ceremonies can be as formal or informal as you wish and the beautiful thing about a unique celebrant ceremony in Cornwall is that you can choose or write your own promises that you as a couple believe in and choose to hold your marriage ceremony anywhere. And why not? It’s your day after all. Trerethern Farm has so many beautiful locations to choose from to say ‘I Do’ in front of your family and friends, from the marquee field itself to the orchard or down on the water’s edge – the choice is yours.
Padstow Kitchen Garden
You’ll pass Padstow Kitchen Garden as you drive down the lane to Padstow Creek.
Today, Padstow Kitchen Garden grows a huge variety of vegetables which find their way into some of the county’s finest restaurants and cafes including Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant and St Petroc’s Bistro, Prawn on the Lawn, Barnabys and Michelin starred Number 6.
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.
PADSTOW LIVE – COASTAL PASSION
IN RECENT YEARS, THE AREA SURROUNDING PADSTOW HAS BLOSSOMED INTO NORTH CORNWALL’S PREMIER DESTINATION.
Padstow’s harbour is undoubtedly the strongest attraction in the town and visitors find themselves drawn to it like a magnet. Fishing and pleasure craft rock side-by-side on their moorings, children fish for crabs from the harbour wall, quayside inns and cafes overlook the calm water.
MORE THAN A BRITISH SEASIDE TOWN, PADSTOW IS NOW FIRMLY ON THE FOODIE MAP.
When the ancient Cornish settled in the area many centuries ago they chose the site for Padstow with great care and foresight. Nestling in a narrow gulley on the western side of the River Camel estuary,the town is sheltered from the prevailing winds and the air is generally soft and balmy.Moving down the hill the buildings huddle closer together until they crowd around the harbour. There you’ll find a great mixture of houses, quays, boat slips, inns, cafés and restaurants, gift and craft shops, holiday cottages and food shops, banks and the like. None of this was planned; it just evolved as the years moved on. No architect could have designed the magic of Padstow. It is just the result of years of adaptation to change, of getting the best out of local materials and then using the buildings and the surrounding environment to meet the needs of a working and friendly harbour town.
Cruise the North Cornish coast in style
THE JUBILEE QUEEN OF PADSTOW, A TRUE LADY OF THE SEA, HAS BEEN CRUISING FOR 40 YEARS.
We run daily boat trips from Padstow Harbour throughout the summer months. Drinks are available from a well stocked bar including the full Sharps Brewery portfolio as-well as good selection of spirits, wines and ciders.
Call us to privately hire the Jubilee Queen and we’ll chat through your event and see how we can make it a truly unique experience on board.
We also hold special event aboard the boat checkout our upcoming events!
Padstow Cycle Hire
The hugely popular cycle trail from Padstow alongside the beautiful Camel river estuary to Wadebridge continues through to the market town of Bodmin with its imposing historic jail with eerie stories about past inmates makes for a great day out for all the family to remember.
The iconic Camel Trail provides access to the beautiful Cornish countryside along a disused railway line between Wenfordbridge, Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow. Running through both a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) the Camel Trail is an 18 mile largely traffic free, surfaced and virtually level multi use trail which passes through some of the most spectacular countryside in the south west.
Bodmin Jail (alternatively Bodmin Gaol) is a historic former prison situated in Bodmin, on the edge of Bodmin Moor in Cornwall. Built in 1779 and closed in 1927 and now an all weather family attraction.
GREENS OF PADSTOW
Greens is a place where tranquility is served with simple, wholesome food, and relaxation is high on the specials board. A café, mini-golf garden and viewing spot. Where more space does not mean more tables, where family memories are made, and where glorious views are discovered, time and time again.
Starting life as a pitch ’n’ putt course decades ago, Greens is now a modern sanctuary for lovers of fine food, nature and panoramic vistas, with a mini-golf course amid a secret garden.
Find us at the north end of town overlooking the harbour and the Camel Estuary. We are the last cafe on the walk towards the Padstow war memorial and beaches; overlooking the Tourist Information Centre and Padstow Gig Rowing clubhouse.