Padstow is a premier holiday resort and ancient fishing port on the North Coast of Cornwall. Padstow is also the end of the Camel Trail, which is a corridor of disused railway track that is popular for off-road walkers, cyclists and in some places bridleways. The Camel Trail extends for 17 miles from Bodmin to Padstow passing through the town of Wadebridge. Approximately 300,000 cyclists a year travel this scenic route.
Padstow has a lot of shops, bars and restaurants that cater for all tastes and budgets. The town is home to two very famous restaurants, Rick Stein's and Fifteen, owned by Chef Jamie Oliver, the dishes here are sure to set your fishy taste buds alight. With Padstow offering pretty much any water born activity from fishing to boating, this little jewel in North Cornwall’s crown is a must visit. Visitors adore this charming fishing town because it is so delightfully positioned about half a mile inland of the open sea, making it very sheltered in the mouth of the Camel estuary and with many different coves and bays to explore.
If you enjoy Padstow and are considering buying a holiday home here call our Sales Centre in Winkleigh, Devon on 01837 680100. Our experienced sales team can offer you advice on parks in this area and give you a totally no obligation quote on any of the static caravans we have for sale.