This stylish and extremely well-equipped property enjoys a peaceful location alongside Little Petherick’s tidal creek, a real haven for wildlife. From both the enclosed decked terrace, with its mood lighting and plants, and the first floor balcony, both have superb views of the creek. The property has been recently refurbished with a brand new kitchen and bathrooms, and re-decorated bedrooms, as well as new flooring and heating. The ground floor bedroom features blackout blinds and looks over the decking and creek. A welcome ’Cornish treat’ hamper is also supplied.
Padstow, the popular fishing port and lovely coastal village, has its own harbour nestled alongside the River Camel Estuary. You’ll find a multitude of café’s, bars, restaurants, galleries and local boutique shops, as well as a warm Cornish welcome. Padstow also offers a wide range of activities including cycling the Camel Trail, surfing, fishing, karting, golf and fantastic coastal walks.
The Camel Trail is close by, a multi-use flat trail which used to be a railway to the town, but is now the perfect route for cycling, walking or horse riding alongside the banks of the River Camel, it’s also a wild bird haven. Venture inland to Wadebridge and onward to Bodmin for lunch and a drink, or a Cornish Cream Tea in one of the many cafés. No need to worry about the bikes as there are many bike hire shops in Padstow. A favourite cycle ride to do is Wadebridge and back, and then enjoy fish and chips from Rick Stein’s restaurant on the quayside.
A ferry crosses the mouth of the estuary on which Padstow sits to the pretty little village of Rock. The beaches of Daymer Bay and Polzeath are well worth a visit as is the church in the dunes, the final resting place of Sir John Betjeman, the former poet laureate. A variety of boat trips regularly depart from the harbour, providing cruises and fishing trips – you may well catch the evenings supper for the barbecue back at Penpoll.
Padstow is surrounded by world class golf courses from Trevose to St Enedoc and the Point at Polzeath, a golfer’s paradise. For the water sports enthusiasts look no further than the excellent surfing beaches of Harlyn Bay, to Polzeath and nearby Newquay.
Easily reached by car is the world-famous Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan, certainly worth a visit when you’re in Cornwall. There are many historic properties to visit close by including Trevose Head and Lanhydrock. Looe, Truro, Falmouth, St Ives and Port Isacc are just some of many wonderful places to explore all around you. You’ll find beautiful beaches on both the south and north coasts, fishing villages, coastal walks, cycling, fishing, golf, and a plethora of National Trust properties and their grounds. It really is a perfect location to explore this stunning county, there is just so much to see and do. And after a day of taking in the delights of Cornwall you can sit back and relax in the luxury of Penpoll and all this fantastic property has to offer.