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Harbour Watch, The Padstow Collection
Harbour Watch has it all. Bright and immaculate interiors, a beautifully appointed kitchen, and a wonderful balcony from which to watch the estuary ebb and flow. With a stunning open plan living and dining area which opens onto a glorious balcony, there are few better places to relax and enjoy the ocean breeze. Sleeping four guests in two charming bedrooms, this wonderful holiday haven is a mere amble from Padstow’s bustling harbour yet feels like a real retreat from the crowds.
Whether you are visiting in the heady summer months, or enjoying an out-of-season break, Padstow and the surrounding areas are packed to the brim with incredible options for the whole family. For the foodies in the party, the town is home to an amazing array of destination restaurants headed up by some very well-known names. Paul Ainsworth’s Michelin starred No 6 and Rick Steins flagship Seafood Restaurant offer exemplary fine dining options, or try Prawn on The Lawn for memorable dishes and amazing cocktails served in a cosy, funky atmosphere. For a more bespoke option, Padstow Kitchen Garden can create a personalised menu cooked over open flames with a stunning estuary view, a sure-fire hit with the whole family. If a tipple is your thing, the award-winning Trevibban Mill Vineyard is a mere stagger away and offers tours and tastings among its stunning vines.
With the stunning Camel Estuary on your doorstep, why not take advantage of the range of water sports on offer? Hop on the ferry to Rock and book in with the Camel Ski School or Camel Sailing, both of whom offer equipment hire and courses for all and every level of experience. For those who fancy a day on the links, both Trevose Golf and Country Club in Constantine Bay and St Enodoc Golf Club in Rock offer world-class courses in spectacular surroundings, and wonderful views from the nineteenth hole!
For a more sedate pace of life, The Scarlet Spa in Mawgan Porth and The Potting Shed Treatment Rooms at The Pig, Harlyn Bay both offer unique and wonderful ways to unwind, or for something a little more bracing why not head to Harlyn Bay for a Sauna By The Sea! If learning a new skill is on your holiday to-do list, sign up for a day at The Seafood School, where you will learn to cook the freshest fish dishes with a view of Padstow’s stunning harbour.
Harbour Watch is a single level apartment on the first floor of The Long Store. The welcoming hallway opens up into two stylishly designed bedrooms, both with windows letting in the wonderful coastal light. The master suite has a superb ensuite shower room, and a further bathroom off the hallway is perfectly located for guest use. The fresh, coastal hues continue into the superb open plan living and dining area, creating a stylish backdrop to your holiday activities. The designer fitted kitchen is the perfect place to create those memorable meals together, or just to brew up a morning coffee to enjoy with the views of the boats drifting past on the water below.
A wonderful private balcony sits off the open plan living and dining area, offering wonderful views of the Camel Estuary and the rolling hills and dunes on the other side of the water.
There is one allocated parking space within the development.
Linen and towels are included in the property but please bring your own beach towels.
Refundable security deposit
A refundable security deposit of £250 will be taken prior to your stay.
Dogs are not permitted in Harbour Watch.
Free Wi-Fi available in the property.
Situated on the west bank of the Camel Estuary, the picturesque harbour town of Padstow is a stunning holiday destination with an energetic vibe, a huge range of superb restaurants and bars, a variety of boutique shops and galleries, and all of this surrounded by gorgeous scenery.
For those days wandering around the town or sitting by the harbour in the sunshine, the tides of the river and the stream of boats sailing in and out of the working fishing port provide an ever changing and simply beautiful scenery to absorb. Stroll further along from the harbour and you reach the gorgeous sandy beaches along the estuary, a beautiful spot to relax and let your cares fly away.
The town has become a famous foodie destination, with celebrity chefs Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth taking centre stage, including Rick’s flagship Seafood Restaurant and Paul’s Michelin starred No.6 amongst the empire! With a huge variety through the town including Italian restaurants, fish and chips, delicious pub grub, tempting bakeries and daytime cafés. To go with this there is an equally wide range of bars to enjoy, from cosy pubs to stylish gin and wine bars.
Exploring the winding streets of the town you will also find a selection of clothing and jewellery shops, galleries and more.
During your visit, make the most of the water and take a boat trip out on the estuary, you can choose from a scenic trip on an old lifeboat, a water safari or a high speed trip around the bay! There is also a ferry which runs daily across the water to Rock with even more food options like Paul Ainsworth’s gastro pub The Mariners.
Padstow is also surrounded by other beautiful places, with several stunning sandy beaches along the rugged north Cornish coast just a short drive away. Or by foot, take a hike along the South West Coast Path and explore miles of hidden coves and spectacular scenery. Hire some bikes for the day and try out the Camel Trail, a level cycle route enjoying the same beautiful landscape.