Places to Stay
The Old Custom House
Places to Stay
The Slipway Hotel
Trevanion Culver House
Large town on the River Camel and close to the coast and to Bodmin Moor. Visit the 15th century bridge over the River Camel.
Pubs and Inns near Wadebridge centre:
Swan Hotel (Pubs and Inn) Wadebridge (0.06 miles)
The Old Custom House (Pubs and Inn) Padstow (4.75 miles)
Old Ship Hotel (Pubs and Inn) Padstow (4.81 miles)
The Slipway Hotel (Pubs and Inn) Port Isaac (5.16 miles)
Port Gaverne Hotel (Pubs and Inn) Port Gaverne (5.26 miles)
White Hart Inn (Pubs and Inn) Bodmin (6.08 miles)
Farmers Arms (Pubs and Inn) St Merryn (7.02 miles)
Harlyn Inn (Pubs and Inn) Padstow (7.26 miles)
Bugle Inn (Pubs and Inn) Tregrehan (8.56 miles)
The Mill House Inn (Pubs and Inn) Tintagel (9.64 miles)
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Rock (4.37 miles) A long narrow sandy beach on the Camel Estuary that joins up with Daymer Bay and Porthilly Cove at low...
Daymer Bay (4.97 miles) A large sandy beach just inside the mouth of the Camel estuary. very shelterred here, good swimming! Facilities close by...
Lundy Bay (5.01 miles) A smallish rocky/sandy beach that connects with the bay next door (Epphaven) at low tide (the only time to be...
St Georges Cove (Padstow) (5.05 miles) Lots of facilities, parking, shops etc in Padstow but not on the beach. St Georges Cove is just a short...
Trevanion Culver House (0.52 miles) ...originally served nearby Trevanion Manor
Southern outskirts of Wadebridge (OS Map 200; ref SW 999716)
This well preserved 13th to 14th century...
Pencarrow House and Gardens (2.61 miles) Large Georgian mansion house and gardens situated between Bodmin and Wadebridge. Loads to do and see here - plus dogs...
St Breock Downs Monolith (2.92 miles) 3˝ miles South West of Wadebridge off A39 (OS Map 200; ref SW 968683)
This menhir or prehistoric longstone, which was...
Camel Valley Vineyard (3.89 miles) At Camel Valley, we’ve been producing award-winning, world-class wines in a beautiful corner of Cornwall since 1989. What is it...