Padstow in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... The path way then goes down to allow you access to the beautiful beaches. The beaches are sand not pebble which is lovely and the sand is really lovely and golden with crisp blue water. It's really a spectacular site. The other end of town is dominated by Rick Stein, the celebrity chef and television personality. He has a number of businesses in town which often leads Padstow to be called Padstein! The Seafood Restaurant is his famous, upmarket restaurant and this is located at the far end of Padstow. The location is not brilliant, it looks over a car park but inside the decor and more importantly the food is second to none. The... more
Customer Padstow in general Reviews (3)
by - written on 23/05/09 (Very useful, 336 readings)
I've just spent a lovely couple of days in Padstow, Cornwall and I thought I would share the experience. Padstow is a historic fishing port on the north coast of Cornwall. It's a beautiful little harbour town that can be found on the Camel Estuary. Recent studies have noted the population as that of only just over 3,000 people so it's very small but very picturesque. The main shopping/touristy area is located around the harbour which is the main focus of the town. The shops and restaurants almost form a sort of semi circle around the water which has quite a lot of small and medium sized boats moored along the way. I would say that if you wanted to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/08 (Useful, 14 readings)
Padstow is located on the North West coast of Cornwall and is probably most famous for Rick Steins home and restaurant, in fact property prices here have rocheted over the last few years because of this association. Padstow is centred around fishing and has a lovely harbour, just watch your kids here because the harbour walls are unfenced. It is a beautiful town with some lovely shops, nice places to eat and there are plenty of boat trips from the harbour that you can go on. From the main carpet you can wander through the main fish market and there is also Steins Deli here that sells some lovely things, he also has a chippy here ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/00, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Padstow is an ideal base for those wishing to explore Cornwall, on the other hand for those wanting to stay put there is enough to see and do in this delightful harbourside town. Padstow is a working port and everything centres around the harbour. From here you can take a pleasure cruise to nearby Rock or Puffin Island or take a speedboat trip in the Camel estuary. Only a few minutes walk away you will discover some excellent secluded coves and for those feeling more energetic, walkers, cyclists and horse riders can take to the Camel Trail. The trail starts at Padstow and finishes at Boscarne, a total of 17 and a half miles. We hired bikes ... Read the complete review
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