In the North of Cornwall and along the River Camel lies the civil parish of Wadebridge, five miles away from the historic town of Padstow. A lively place that is full of character, Wadebridge is the ideal place to rent a holiday cottage, especially if a holiday filled with plenty of family fun is what you are after. Breathe in the beautiful surrounding nature by going on the Sir John Betjeman Walk, which stretches along the glorious South West coastal path. Alternatively, pack a flask of tea and go for a ramble along the Copper Trail of Bodmin Moor, taking you through endlessly charming villages and stunning scenes. If you find yourself in Wadebridge during May, then the May Play Festival is a must, filled with free activities tailored for young ones. For the grown-ups, there is the annual Beer Festival, offering delicious Cornish-brewed beers and live music.
A newly renovated, luxury Cornish cottage, full of character and charm, set in a peaceful countryside location. A short drive from Padstow, the Camel Trail and many North Cornwall beaches. Sleeps 8 in 4 ensuite bedrooms. Delightful garden with a private sunny patio. Dog-friendly.
Enjoy everything that the idyllic Hustyns holiday resort offers with a stay at Cedar Lodge, a secluded countryside cottage on the resort’s 100-acre grounds near the North Cornwall town of Wadebridge, featuring three bedrooms, a private garden with a hot tub, & access to swimming pool & tennis court.
Fall asleep to the sound of owls and savour the serenity of Owl House, a romantic cottage set on spacious grounds in the hamlet of Treneague. Relax with your loved one and your pet, and enjoy the wood-burning stove, the blend of charm and modernity, the mature garden and the Cornish coastline.