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 MayPlay 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.

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Urban chic and gorgeous views distinguish 3 Broadmeadows, a wonderfully-appointed luxury cottage in the Cornish town of Wadebridge, which boasts a delightful courtyard and ultra-modern comforts. Situated near Camel Estuary, the rural cottage promises sophistication and a relaxing holiday.

Primrose is a traditional rural cottage with a pool nestled in the grounds of Woodland Retreat in Cornwall. The luxury, coastal cottage near Wadebridge in North Cornwall boasts period furnishings, tasteful finishes, tranquillity and a private sauna hot tub, gym, tennis courts and beautiful walks.

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 4

2 Kitts Hill is a fully restored 1840s Victorian stone-built cottage set among the rolling green hills on the edge of the tranquil hamlet of Trewethern. The rural cottage boasts contemporary fittings and design features as well as a woodburning stove and proximity to the delights of North Cornwall.

Like all of Cornwall, Wadebridge’s history is ancient – in fact, it was in 1312 that the settlement became a market. This sort of deep-rooted past is evident in Wadebridge, and if you come during the summer months, the many festivals and events will let you celebrate Wadebridge’s cultural heritage along with the locals. For any agricultural enthusiasts, come in June for the renowned Royall Cornwall Show, or come later in the summer months for the exciting Camel River Festival, where boats race along the water, and with plenty of stalls to browse and music to listen to. With plenty to do and see, the kids will never be bored – especially with Crealy Adventure Park a mere four miles away! Back in Wadebridge there are also plenty of opportunities for golfing, sailing, water-skiing, windsurfing – or on the other hand, visit the River Spa for a relaxing, blissful day of doing nothing. An absolutely fantastic place for all ages is Wadebridge.