Tregea Hotel

16-18 High Street, Padstow, PL28 8BB, United Kingdom
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It's the red brick building on the right.It's the red brick building on the right.

Travel Tips for Padstow

Take a coastal walk.

by lou31

If you follow the harbour around towards the tourist information centre there are some steps on the left which will lead you up to a path. This path will take you out and around the headlands.
It will lead you up passed the War Memorial to St George's Cove and further on to Hawker's Cove.
Along the way you will see some of Britain's most lovely coastal scenery.
Also has great views back onto Padstow.

Padstow, Cornwall's Foodie Mecca

by lucyt

"Steinville on Sea"

Once upon a time there was a sleepy little coastal village. On a dark and stormy night there came a warlock with a bubbling cauldron and a passion for good fish. The gentle folk of Padstow stood amazed at the culinary spells the warlock accomplished with naught but a frying pan, pepper grinder and clove of (organic) garlic. Slowly they let the warlock and his fancy city ways into their lives to wake one morning to find their sleepy harbour was over run by braying hooray-henries and the kind of car they couldn't afford to fuel up let alone drive.

So was born Steinville on Sea: a great place to eat and buy ingredients: a fine place to see and be seen. I don't think I'd like to live there, thank you very much, although I'd love to be able to afford to.

Before you take me for a total Luddite let me assure you that I think that a lot of what has happened to Padstow is great - I just question if it really needs quite so many trendy surf shops frequented by middle aged people with wobbly white thighs who have only every seen a big wave from the comfort of their BMW.

For something that feels a little more authentically Cornish try Fowey or Kingsand or Cawsand on the Rame Peninsula. Although it'd be a good idea to eat at Padstow first. It really does house some of the best restaurants you are likely to find in the area.

And Padstow genuinely does owe a lot to Rick Stein: a saviour to some and Satan to others. (possibly depending on whether or not they owned a house BEFORE he put the place on the map...)

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Address: 16-18 High Street, Padstow, PL28 8BB, United Kingdom