Map & facilities

Welcome to Treall, a newly rebuilt family holiday home, close to Constantine Bay beaches.  Accommodating 10 guests, it’s the perfect location for families, surfers, golfers and walkers alike.

1 Superking Master bedroom with en-suite Bathroom.

2 King bedrooms both with en-suite Shower rooms.

2 Twin bedrooms sharing a family Bathroom.

Hair dryer in each bedroom.

Spacious kitchen & dining room, opening out through double doors on to a patio with a table & chairs and a secluded rear garden. There is also a sunny breakfast terrace with table and chairs and a fully equipped utility room.

Living Room has 2 Sofas,  2 Chairs, 2 side tables with lamps, Coffee table and a large TV.



Wi-Fi throughout.

All bed linen & towels provided (please bring your own beach towels).

Accessibility throughout the ground floor inc bedroom and bathroom.


Outside there is a large enclosed, private and secluded garden with decking & dining table seating up to 10 guests.


Parking for 4 cars

EV charge point (Type 2).

Changeover day is Thursday

Check in 16:00

Check out 10:00

Pets welcome (additional £20 cleaning fee).


Map & Facilities

A stunning modern detached house in a small development located close to the local beaches and the amazing English Heritage site of Tintagel Castle.

Trevena is a lovely modern house was all the amenities required to make it a home from home.  Trevena is situated within a small development just off the main street in historical Tintagel where you will find shops, restaurants, pubs serving real ale and places to enjoy pasties and cream teas!  The property is detached and has an enclosed garden comprising lawn and decking areas with furniture so you can enjoy al-fresco dining or a quiet evening drink while making the most of the pleasant south facing vista overlooking a tree-lined stream. There are also sun loungers and a BBQ available. Inside there are three bedrooms, a king size, a double and a twin with adjacent family bathroom.

Downstairs is a handy separate WC off the hallway which also leads to the lounge and kitchen/diner. The former has patio doors leading out onto the large decking area, a smart tv and comfortable, contemporary furniture. The kitchen/diner benefits from an AEG dishwasher, Bosch electric oven & hob, a washing machine and for budding baristas a quality coffee machine. Set high on this part of North Cornwall’s rugged and romantic coast, Tintagel is inextricably linked to the legend of King Arthur and is steeped in history.  A visit to the English Heritage site of Tintagel Castle, where legend and historical fact alike meet stunning scenery, is a definite must while in the area and for Arthurian enthusiasts it is unmissable!

There are many beaches in the area for surfers and sunseekers alike including Trebarwith, Bossiney and the Castle Beach. Much of the North Cornish coastline is owned by the National Trust and is a haven for wildlife, providing fabulous walking opportunities with many well-trodden routes including one that can be taken from the footpath just behind the property. There are many pretty coves and inlets to discover along this coastline including Crackington Haven, Boscastle and Morwenstow.  A bit further to the south is the fishing port of Padstow and quaint Port Isaac of Doc Martin fame and 20 miles to the north is the fabulous coastal town of Bude. If you fancy crossing over the ‘border’ into Devon and enjoy open spaces, then the Dartmoor National Park is 33 miles or so to the east.

Electric central heating, electricity, bed linen and towels included.

Private parking for 1 car.

The property is fitted with an Electric Vehicle charging point.

No smoking.

Saturday check in.







Voted Britain’s “Best Hidden Gem” by Trip Advisor travelers, Coswarth House Bed & Breakfast in Padstow, Cornwall is a relaxed, informal yet stylish boutique bolthole in a recently renovated historic house with stunning views over the Camel Estuary to Rock.

Coswarth House has also received a Silver Award for B&B and Guest House of the Year at the Cornwall Tourism Awards 2021/2022.

Coswarth House is not your usual B&B and has no aspirations to be regarded as such! It is designed for the discerning traveller who wishes to maintain their privacy in traditional and sumptuous surroundings. They offer accommodation in Padstow combining the benefits of period charm & boutique styling. The breakfast is provided by Rick Stein’s Cafe which is a very short walk from the house. The spacious, light bedrooms have been freshly refurbished to create relaxing spaces where antique furniture sits comfortably alongside contemporary touches.  The bedrooms have luxurious, spacious en-suite bathrooms with powerful showers & antique cast iron roll top baths to soak away your stresses & strains.  Soft, fluffy towels, waffle robes & stylish aromatherapy bathroom products add a touch of opulence.

The new cottage provides 5* Gold accommodation, with even more privacy and the opportunity to have a self catering holiday. The Cottage has also been designed to accommodate 1-2 small dogs.

Guests are invited to make full use of the secluded walled garden to relax, read a book & soak up the sun.  With stunning views of the Camel Estuary the garden offers a tranquil retreat from the bustle of Padstow’s picturesque harbour.

Coswarth House has plenty of free on site, off street parking (which is highly prized in Padstow!) & free wifi access is available to guests.

Coswarth House is ideally situated for sightseeing, less than 5 minutes stroll from the harbour with its selection of pubs, shops & restaurants but far enough removed from the centre of town when you want to relax. The immediate surrounding area offers a range of stunning walks to suit all abilities & within a short drive to many beaches, gardens & historic houses.

The small team who work there all share a genuine commitment to friendly but unobtrusive service coupled with a passion for quality, keeping their eyes on all the little details to ensure you have a relaxing & enjoyable stay. In summary, Coswarth House B&B is somewhere very special where you can relax in style and privacy.


PET FRIENDLY (in Cottage)



Multi Award Winning!  With its unique contemporary eco-friendly design and quiet rural location not too far from Padstow, Old Barn Tregonetha is a true luxury self-catering gem. The vaulted ceiling of the first floor sitting room creates an large open space for accomplished pianists to play the regularly tuned quality piano. During summer months open the south facing balcony door to welcome in the all-day sunshine and enjoy the peaceful wildlife in the mature well-kept garden. Old Barn Tregonetha has everything you need including a modern kitchen including state of the art electric Aga and separate utility room. They also have EV Chargers installed so you can remain ‘fully charged’ throughout your stay! They are an independent property and not part of a complex.


Enclosed lawned gardens, BBQ facilities, terrace and garden seating, 20 minutes to nearest beach, there’s also the added advantage of ample parking!

2 king size bedrooms, 1 single bedroom, 2 bathrooms, south facing sun room, log burner, fully equipped modern kitchen including Aga and there’s even a piano!

Loewe Smart TV, Blu-Ray, iPod dock, SuperFast Fibre Optic broadband/Wi-Fi, dishwasher, washer/dryer plus a very useful multi-function microwave!

Tesla and Type 2 Electric Car Charge Points available. They have 2 chargers available to their guests 1 dedicated Tesla and a 2nd for all Type 2 Electric Vehicles.
All included – no extra charges.

Your stay includes a welcome hamper of Cornish Local Goodies:

Crusty bread, milk, eggs, butter, welcome cake, traditional cream tea, freshly cut flowers, luxury vanity pack, scented candles, luxury bed linen and towels, beach towels, fluffy bathrobes, logs and kindling, Nespresso coffee machine and pods with milk frother warmer, English breakfast and Earl Grey teas, instant coffee, olive oil, condiments, dried herbs and spices, magazines, ipod docks, board games, wifi, hairdryer, collection from airport/train station (by prior arrangement), dog biscuits, recipe books, travel cot (with play pen), stairgate and highchair.

They are dog friendly, dogs are welcome and there is no maximum (prior consent for more than 2 required).  Each pet is charged at £35.00 per visit.

Arrivals: Fridays or Mondays at 4pm.

Departures: 10am.







Originally the Headmasters home, this gorgeous Victorian house has 3 spacious rooms with sea views and the advantages of sunny patios to both front and rear. The property combines many original Victorian features with today’s modern standards and enjoys an elevated position just a short walk from Padstow Harbour.

Accommodation comprised of ground floor entrance hall, wc, large sitting room, large kitchen/breakfast room, stairs to first floor and three bedrooms: one double bedroom with en-suite shower/wc, two twin bedrooms plus family bathroom/wc.






Set in seven acres of beautiful Cornish countryside, overlooking the Camel Estuary, the award-winning Pickwick Inn is one of North Cornwall’s hidden gems. Padstow is just a short drive away, as is the beautiful market town of Wadebridge. There 7 spectacular beaches within 7 miles!

Stay in one of nine luxury bedrooms, all with sweeping, uninterrupted views across the Camel Estuary. Arguably, the best views in North Cornwall!

  • Panoramic sea views
  • Private balcony
  • Superking beds
  • 50″ Smart TVs
  • Bose sound docks
  • Designated parking
  • Full Cornish breakfast
  • Superfast broadband
  • Stand alone baths
  • TVs in the bathroom
  • There is 1 dog friendly room (there is a £10 charge per night for dogs)

The Suites also have a sofa-bed which is suitable for 2 small children (under 5’s) or 1 older child.

The heated outdoor swimming pool is available for residents use.

Whether a simple beer garden snack, a perfect Cornish pint in the cosy Dickensian bar, or an imaginative and hearty gourmet meal in the stunning sea-view Restaurant, the Pickwick offers something for everyone.

For 40 years proprietors Eddie & Jenny Stanton have been dedicated to providing top quality local cuisine with excellent service in truly wonderful surroundings.

Watch the Pickwick Chefs work their magic in Oliver’s open kitchen, sea view restaurant. Choose from an extensive menu allowing you to pick the finest local catches and cuts and match with a choice of Chef’s speciality sauces. Also, children’s menu, lunchtime snacks and daily Chef’s Specials and vegetarian options available. All ingredients are sourced locally wherever possible and lovingly created by the award-winning brigade of Chefs. A selection of local seafood is always on offer.

They are totally thrilled to have been crowned ‘Best Pub in Cornwall’ in the prestigious #NationalPubandBarAwards2019.  The bar offers a wide range of beers and lagers, both local & international and also a comprehensive wine list. There is a generous beer garden with safe children’s play area and large well-lit car park.

The Pickwick have an arrangement with a local bike hire company who are willing to deliver bikes to the premises.  The Camel Trail is approximately 2 miles away by a small country road from The Pickwick Inn, although it is a little challenging!  But good exercise nonetheless!  They have somewhere safe for you to lock the bikes when not using them.

There is tennis court for guests, racquets and balls are supplied free of charge.





‘Quay to the Door ‘ is ideally situated just five minutes walk from Padstow harbour, with all its restaurants and shops.  An immaculately presented three bedroom property, sleeping six people, it has the added bonus of a good-sized garden and off road private parking for 2 vehicles. Recently refurbished throughout with lots of care and attention to detail, ‘Quay to the Door’ provides the very best in quality holiday accommodation.

The entrance hall leads to the welcoming sitting room with working open fire (free logs provided) and sash windows. Included are two sofas, armchair, flatscreen TV with freeview, DVD/hard disk recorder and a selection of books, games and DVDs.

Also leading from the hall is the large kitchen/dining/family room, which is excellently equipped, and features oak units and ceramic tile floor. The dining area has table and six chairs, two high chairs, flatscreen TV/DVD player and stereo with input for MP3 player. The family area is furnished with two sofas and armchair, double doors open onto the patio area. There is also a utility room leading from the family area, which has a washer/dryer, freezer, dishwasher, iron and ironing board.

The shower room is on the ground floor, consisting of a shower cubicle with power shower, toilet and hand wash basin.

Upstairs the master double bedroom is beautifully furnished with brass bedstead, two side tables, two built in wardrobes and hairdryer. It has distant views towards the Camel Estuary.

The twin bedroom has a built in wardrobe and drawer unit and bedside table and also enjoys distant views toward the Camel Estuary.

The bunk bedroom has a small chest of drawers.

The family bathroom, on the first floor, has a large bath with power shower over, toilet and hand wash basin.

Pillows, pillow protectors, all season duvet and mattress cover are provided. Freshly pressed bed linen (beds will be made ready for your arrival) and towels (one bath towel and one hand towel per person, one hand towel and bath mat in bathroom, one hand and two tea towels in kitchen) are also included in the tariff.

A wooden cot bed is available for you to use, requiring about 10 minutes to assemble, with the tools provided. In addition, a travel cot is also available. Both cots are stored under the bunk beds. If you wish to use the cots please bring your own bedding.

Outside is a good-sized lawned garden with patio area with picnic table, barbecue and log store. There is a pretty arbour with views of the estuary and a  gate leads to a gravelled driveway where up to 2 cars may be parked.





Situated close to the harbour in the heart of Padstow, Maypole Cottages offer homely accommodation in easy walking distance of all Padstow’s amenities. Being clustered together in Broad Street and Mill Road, the cottages are ideal for extended families and large groups who want to stay near each other. They offer discounts for booking two or more cottages for the same weekend. Competitive nightly rates.

No.10 overlooks the square where the Obby Osses dance around the Maypole on May Day. The view of the square from the front bedroom is superb so book early as this cottage is very popular. The cottage is right in the heart of the town so could not be in a better location. Walking through the front door you’ll find a well-equipped kitchen with all modern appliances including a washing machine and dishwasher. The kitchen overlooks an open-plan sitting and dining area which leads out onto a secluded courtyard. Facing south-west this catches the summer sun and is an idyllic haven in the centre of town as well as a safe place for children to play. Table, chairs and parasol are provided. At the back of the courtyard is an annex with bunk beds, en suite shower room, lavatory and off-peak electric heater. Upstairs in the main cottage are two double bedrooms with twin beds, which can be made up as doubles. Both have fully-fitted furniture providing plenty of storage space. Between the bedrooms is a bathroom with shower over bath, large sink and lavatory. Sleeps 4 and 2 in the annex. Dog friendly.

No.12 overlooks the square where the Obby Osses dance around the Maypole on May Day. It is a very well presented cottage located right in the heart of Padstow and is less than a minutes walk from the harbour side.  Downstairs is an open plan lounge, dining room and kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with all modern appliances including a washing machine and dishwasher. There is also a downstairs toilet.  Up the winding stairs are two good sized doubles bedrooms and a family bathroom. The bedrooms have fitted wardrobes, so lots of space, and the bathroom has a large bath with a shower. The courtyard offers access to No.10 Broad Street and No.2 Mill Road, making the cottages ideal for large parties or separate families.
Sleeps 4. Dog friendly.

No.2 was originally a mill worker’s cottage and has been innovatively rebuilt to create a modern studio apartment. Upstairs is an open plan living area opening through a stable door onto a small terrace. The kitchen is well-equipped. A dining bar overlooks the spacious bay window. The sitting area has a large sofa which can be opened out into a sofa bed should more than two people wish to stay in the cottage. Downstairs is a bedroom with twin beds, which can be made up as a double, and a shower room with hand basin and lavatory. A back door opens into a courtyard which links to No.10 and No.12 Broad St if required. Being coastal the Camel Estuary has its own micro-climate with some gorgeous sunny days in summer and winter. However, if it does rain the studio is an extremely cosy place to hide out with WIFI, TV, DVD player and books for entertainment, central heating for warmth – and excellent access to all Padstow’s pubs! Although small, No. 2 Mill Road is a delightfully quirky place to stay in the centre of Padstow. Sleeps 2/4.

No.5 is a terraced cottage. The front door opens into a cosy living room with an open fire for colder days. Beyond the open stairs is a dining area and well-equipped kitchen with all modern appliances including a washing machine and dishwasher. A back door leads to a small dustbin area and log store. Upstairs are two bedrooms. The front bedroom has twin beds, which can be made up as a double, and fully-fitted furniture giving plenty of storage space. The back bedroom has fitted bunk beds, dressing table and wardrobe. Between the bedrooms is a small shower room with hand basin and lavatory. Being coastal the Camel Estuary has its own micro-climate with some gorgeous sunny days in summer and winter. However, if it does rain these properties are extremely cosy place to hide out with good WIFI, TV, DVD player and books for entertainment, central heating for warmth – and excellent access to all Padstow’s pubs! Sleeps 4.

Unfortunately, due to the size of the cottage they can only welcome dogs to No.s 10 & 12 Broad Street.