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Padstow Holiday Lets

Selection of Padstow self-catering accommodation

Discover Padstow holiday rentals

Compare cottages in Padstow in just one click ready for your trip to the fishing port town of Cornwall in the South West of England. Here, it is best known for its proximity to the beautiful coastal paths of the region and gastronomy. We search through all of the Padstow holiday apartments across various websites, to make the job of finding the perfect place to stay all the more easier. We are aware that it can be stressful to find the ideal holiday letting, particularly considering the vast choice that exists. Many opt for cottages in Padstow harbour as it is a place for some of the chicest of boutiques, restaurants and bars. It still remains loyal to its humble Cornish roots and folklore, with a wealth of pasty shops and traditional pubs. A tranquil town with a quiet buzz about it, it has become most famous for its harbour where many choose to moor their boat. Find coastal cottages for something a little different, or if you’re travelling with your furry friends, we can find you the most adorable dog-friendly cottages in Padstow. Across the Camel Estuary you will find Rock, which is another trendy and exclusive village. The seven sandy beaches are iconic here; and from the comfort of your Padstow holiday cottages, you can explore all of them at leisure, including the likes of Daymer Bay and more. Why not jump on your bike and explore the Camel Cycle Trail? Or take a walk, ride or drive along the South West Coast path. Whatever you’re after, booking a holiday home in Padstow guarantees a whole host of interesting activities, from water sports, fishing, and much more.

Places to stay in Padstow

The most popular option for holidaymakers looking to book a weekend, or a weekend away to Padstow, is a holiday cottage, or more specifically self-catering cottages. They enjoy this option because it gives the freedom to move around the region easily and make the most of the various activities that means you will be making the most of the outdoors. Another interesting option is to stay in one of the Padstow harbour holiday cottages. For the surfers among us, this is a fantastic option to be as close to the sea as possible, and it is also where everything is happening so you’re guaranteed to be at the centre of the action.

Holiday accommodation for two

Dog friendly holiday homes

Group accommodation in Padstow

When to visit Padstow

The most expensive time to visit Padstow has got to be during the summer period. In particular, the month of July is when prices are at their peak due to the fact that they coincide with school holidays. The average nightly price in July is around £160, so we would recommend avoiding this period. The best time of year to find cheap accommodation in Padstow is after the festive period - the months of January, February and March are around £80 per night. Many choose to travel for the festive period, when prices rise to about £115 per night.

Daymer Bay and other points of interest

  • Prideaux Place: This Grade II listed Elizabethan country house is the family of the Prideaux family, and has been for over 400 years. Located in the fishing harbour itself, you will find a deer park, tea room and more.
  • Daymer Bay: This beach forms incredibly at low tide, and has some of the most iconic stretches of golden sand in Cornwall. It is backed by sand dunes, and you have fantastic views across Camel Estuary.
  • National Lobster Hatchery: Visit the centre of marine conservation and research in this part of Cornwall, and learn more about alternative fishery management. This is a great day out for all of the family, and incredibly interesting.