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Hanley Cottage
Padstow

£637 - £1300 per week
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Hanley Cottage is the ideal countryside retreat, whether you are looking for a holiday that's perfect for relaxing or full of Cornish adventures. This cosy traditional barn conversion is set around a beautiful central courtyard, all within the lush Cornish countryside and close to Padstow. Step inside this little oasis of calm to find light and spacious open plan living with two bedrooms that can sleep four plus a baby. Enjoy the peaceful surroundings, whilst relaxing in the enclosed rear garden or dining al fresco looking out over the countryside and distant views. This tranquil location is perfect for exploring the seven bays around St. Merryn or the fishing port of Padstow. Take a boat trip from Padstow to see the wildlife or the passenger ferry over to Rock.

Padstow town is 2.4 miles away with a working harbour, supermarket, independent shops, celebrity restaurants, public houses, access to the Camel walking and cycling trail, Tregirls beach and ferry over to Rock Beach. The village of St Merryn is 2.7 miles away with provision stores, fuel station, restaurants, and public houses. Access to the Seven Bays with a choice of beaches for bathing and surfing. Newquay is approximately 15 miles with several beaches, shopping, and eateries. There are attractions all within a short driving distance of the property such as Camel Creek, Dairyland, Springfields pony centre and also the National Trust houses Lanhydrock and Trerice.

Entrance

from parking area with path to front door, step up into hallway with door leading to:

Kitchen/dining room/sitting room

two sofas, Smart TV, DVD player, dining table and four chairs, stairs leading to first floor bedrooms. Kitchen area with dishwasher, washing machine, electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, sliding patio doors with step down to garden.

Bedroom 1

king size bed, views over open countryside.

Bedroom 2

twin beds, views over open countryside

Bathroom

bath with shower over, basin and WC,

Garden

enclosed rear garden with table and four chairs, lawned area.

Additional information

electric heating with thermostatically controlled radiators, WiFi, short breaks available.

 
 

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2021

1 Jan - 6 Feb637
13 Feb - 20 Feb728
27 February650
6 Mar - 20 Mar676
27 March702
3 Apr - 17 Apr858
24 April689
1 May715
8 May - 22 May728
29 May1066
5 June845
12 June897
19 June949
26 June1066
3 Jul - 10 Jul1131
17 July1222
24 Jul - 21 Aug1300
28 August1222
4 September897
11 September806
18 Sep - 25 Sep754
2 Oct - 9 Oct715
16 Oct - 23 Oct806
30 Oct - 11 Dec637
18 December884
25 Dec - 31 Dec1040

2022

1 Jan - 5 Feb662
12 Feb - 19 Feb757
26 February676
5 Mar - 19 Mar703
26 March730
2 Apr - 16 Apr892
23 April717
30 April744
7 May - 21 May757
28 May1109
4 June879
11 June933
18 June987
25 June1109
2 Jul - 9 Jul1176
16 July1271
23 Jul - 20 Aug1352
27 August1271
3 September933
10 September838
17 Sep - 24 Sep784
1 Oct - 8 Oct744
15 Oct - 22 Oct838
29 Oct - 10 Dec662
17 December919
24 Dec - 31 Dec1082

Holidays in Padstow

The charming fishing port of Padstow is situated on the banks of the River Camel estuary on the north coast of Cornwall. This fantastic holiday destination is popular with foodies and walkers alike. The bustling working harbour is surrounded by gift shops, galleries and a whole host of restaurants. 

Padstow's beach, St George's Cove, is located just half a mile from the harbour, and can be reached on foot. This stunning sandy beach faces the Camel Estuary and boasts fantastic views across the estuary to Rock Beach and Daymer Bay. Visitors can also enjoy walking the South West Coast Path, cycling the Camel Trail or simply meandering through the quaint village. 

Famous for its array of fantastic restaurants, Padstow is a food-lover’s haven, with Paul Ainsworth’s Number 6 Restaurant and Rick Stein’s Fish and Chips. Visitors can experience freshly caught seafood, often landed in the harbour on the very same day!

Did you know...

The 'Obby 'Oss festival is one of the oldest festivals in the UK, taking place each May Day in Padstow.

Things to do in Padstow

Boat and Fishing Trips

Situated on the banks of the River Camel, Padstow is only 2 miles from the Atlantic Ocean, making it the perfect place for exploring both river and ocean

The Camel Trail

This stretch of cycle path follows a dis-used railway line between Padstow and Bodmin, passing through Wadebridge. With stunning views along the way through the Cornish countryside, passing the Camel Valley Vineyard and Bodmin Steam Railway. For the more adventurous you can stray off the path to discover local villages, or venture past Bodmin on to Bodmin Moor. 

Ferry

The Black Tor ferry runs a daily service between Padstow and Rock. The trip lasts about 5 minutes and it's a great way to see Padstow and the estuary.

Cruises

The Jubilee Queen runs one hour cruises from Padstow Harbour throughout the main season and Padstow Sealife Safaris runs 1 and 2 hour trips around the local coastline.

Walking

To the north of the town and accessible by the coast path is a super stretch of sand from St Georges Cove to Harbour Cove and Hawkers Cove. 

The walk from Padstow to St Georges Cove takes about 10 minutes with views across the estuary. Harbour Cove is just further along the coast. The walk out to the headland to Stepper Point provides the most stunning views of the estuary including Daymer Bay, Rock and up the estuary to the old Iron Bridge which is part of the Camel Trail.

Dining out

Self catering in Padstow offers so much choice as there are many restaurants to choose from including Paul Ainsworth at No.6, Rick Stein's Cafe, Stein's Fish and Chips, Rojano's in the Square and The Cornish Arms in St, Merryn.

Padstow filming locations

Cornwall has been a popular location for filming for many years and Padstow and its neighbours are no exception.

Doc Martin

The BBC TV series Doc Martin is filmed in the village of Port Isaac. If you are familiar with the story you will recognise the village immediately and you may even recognise some of the locals, many who have been extras in Doc Martin.  Port Isaac is also the home of the folk group The Fisherman's Friends so you may be treated to some Sea Shanty singing when they play locally in the summer.

Rick Stein

Padstow's most famous resident, Rick Stein has filmed many programmes in the area.

Rosamunde Pilcher

Prideaux Place in Padstow has been used as a locating for the TV dramatisation of some of Rosamunde Pilcher's books including Coming Home, along with several other German television shows. Prideaux Place has also been used in filming for Twelfth Night and ITV's Wycliffe.

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Events

Padstow Christmas Festival

Rick Stein, Paul Ainsworth and Nathan Outlaw will be flying the flag for Cornwall at this year’s 10th annual Padstow Christmas Festival. Enjoy chef demonstrations, live music, food and craft stalls, and meet Santa in his grotto. 

2nd - 5th December 2021

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Padstow 'Obby Oss' Festival

This colourful tradition that takes place in the harbour town of Padstow. Locals decorate the town with flags, flowers, greenery and a flagpole. The crowds are greeted by the swirling and dancing 'osses' who parade through the town, followed by the 'Teazer' who dances along behind. 

1st May 2022

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