Trevisker Garden Centre is ideally located on the road in to Padstow from Wadebridge, it has everything you need for your garden, your four legged furry friends and a hungry tummy!

With a wide range of  lovely plants, gravels, composts, pots, garden chemicals and fertilisers, tools, seeds, bulbs, bird care and local gifts along with knowledgeable staff at the ready to help and give advice.

If you fancy a coffee and a delicious slice of cake, a hearty breakfast or try a tasty seasonal meal made with great ingredients all cooked and prepared by their amazing head chef Henk then Trevisker Kitchen is the place for you.

Please call 01841 541361 for bookings.




Aside from stunning coastlines and scrumptious food, Cornwall is also famed for its art, the beauty and diversity of which is unrivalled in the south west. To view some of this artwork for yourself, visit one of the many gorgeous galleries in Padstow, each teeming with exciting artwork from both lesser-known and world-famous artists.

Driftwood Gallery – Padstow


Located on Padstow’s harbourside, this gallery houses works from artists such as Henderson Cisz, Philip Gray and the acclaimed Rebecca Lardner, as well as many others! The family-run business has a variety of contemporary bronzes, glass, and jewellery, in addition to traditional artwork. Why not come and browse their wonderful collection before having a bite to eat at one of Padstow’s award-winning restaurants?

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The Drang Gallery – Padstow


Also situated on the Padstow harbourfront, they aim to offer people a unique art experience, immersing clients with some of the most creative, established and emerging artwork from around the world. They pride themselves on being able to offer works form the Young British Artists and Artists that are storming the art world with their creative minds! Because their extensive list of artists, including Damien Hirst and Marc Quinn, they have established a tremendous international presence, which has only developed through the years with the help of Alastair Gibson. The gallery boasts a wide range of styles, with something for everyone!

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Quay Art – Padstow


Expect The Unexpected at Quay Art ! They offer a wide range of original art work and limited edition fine art prints from national and international published artists together with innovative ceramics, stunning sculptures and unique gifts for discerning art lovers. Featuring works from their artist-in-residence Susi Whittaker and the massively popular bronze frog sculptures by the ‘Frogman’, Quay Art is sure to have something that catches your eye!

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Circle Contemporary – Wadebridge

The gallery represents a diverse group of artists living in the UK and Europe who have a strong personal style. They are committed to showing contemporary art, which above all is visually acute, thoughtful and beautiful. Lucy Thorman runs the gallery with a professional but relaxed vibe, in keeping with west coast gallery convention. The gallery is a cool and minimal space which is continually evolving, showing emerging and well known artists, alternating group and solo exhibitions, focusing on fresh and innovative art. Guaranteed to have something for those who prefer a modern, minimalist style!

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Whether you’re on the hunt for a gift, the perfect souvenir or even a treat for a four-legged friend, Padstow has a shop for you.  Aside from a number of high-street brands, Padstow also boasts a collection of vibrant independent shops to bring something unique to your wardrobe or home!

The art of Cornwall

Looking for a piece of distinctive Cornwall-inspired art to liven up your home?  Look no further than the art galleries of Padstow: The Drang possesses a range of pieces by both world famous Artists and less-known Artists available for browsing; The Driftwood has an impressive collection of stunning artwork, glass and jewellery; and Quay Art has a number of paintings, sculptures and ceramics, created by local and international Artists. All three are located in and around the Padstow harbour, and are the perfect place to find a spectacular piece of Cornish art to take home with you.

Picks for the peckish

Aside from its amazing art, Padstow is famously home to a variety of top-notch food and drink retailers, each offering something unique.  BinTwo has a selection of the most luxurious champagnes to equally excellent wines that won’t break the bank, the team has got you covered. To accompany your drink, why not partake in one of BinTwo’s light lunches, such as their famous lobster roll (true to the Maine recipe!), or a delectable charcuterie board?  Bin Two also supply local gins, vodkas and wines from our renowned vineyards such as Trevibban Mill and Camel Valley.  17 Duke Street stocks a wide selection of Champagne, wines, Padstow Gin®, charcuterie, coffee and cakes. Stay in and let the experienced team serve you scrumptious, premium cocktails or recommend the best bottles for you to take away.

Pamper your pets

Indulge your four-legged friends at Slicker’s Doghouse which is adjacent to the harbour.  Here you will find quality dog coats, collars, harnesses and leads, toys, accessories and much more to keep your pet happy, cool and hydrated in the Cornish sun (or rain!).  The Paws in Padstow dog boutique (located just outside of Padstow, at the Trevisker Garden Centre) has an equally impressive range of products, with top quality dog beds, foods and toys, in addition to doggy-related artworks by Simon Clarke and ‘Sue’. Whilst at Trevisker, why not browse their garden centre and pick up a few colourful plants.

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For a wonderful selection of coastal plants to bring that Cornwall feel to your garden – call in to Trevisker Garden Centre, just outside Padstow. They’re passionate about plants and with a great selection of gifts too, you’re bound to find just what you need!

Whilst you’re there don’t forget to check out Paws in Padstow to find that special something to set your dog’s tail wagging!

And after all that, you must pause for refreshments at Trevisker’s Kitchen, where resident chef Henk is very hands on (awesome cakes, brilliant breakfasts and even their very own take away!)