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Choose a Wadebridge holiday cottage for sun, sand, and surfing
Book a cosy cottage or modern apartment in Wadebridge for easy access to sandy surfing beaches, walking trails, and more. This vibrant town has everything you need with its high street filled with quirky independent shops and its close vicinity to stunning Cornish nature.
Eating out in Wadebridge: there's something for everyone
Wadebridge isn’t a huge town, but you’ll find plenty of eateries here. From old fashioned fish and chips at Barny’s Restaurant to top quality fare at the Bridge Bistro, there's something for every budget. If you prefer to take some food back to your Wadebridge accommodation and cook there, you’ll find a selection of supermarkets in the town. But why not pick up some locally sourced produce at the Wadebridge Country Market, which is held every Thursday?
Wadebridge: fabulous scenery, hiking, cycling, and adventure for all the family
Hire a bike and follow the Camel Trail as it snakes its way along the estuary and into the hills beyond. Once an important steam train line, this trail is now popular among walkers and cyclists. Just outside town, the Camel Creek Adventure Park offers thrilling rides, making for a great family day out. Take a trip to St Breock Downs for lovely views, or visit the Sir John Betjeman Centre to learn about the poet who once spent his days here.
Out of Wadebridge: sandy beaches and wildlife galore
Just outside town, you’ll find the beaches of Port Quin and Lundy Bay. Head to Port Quin for kayaking and snorkelling, or go further afield to Port Isaac, with its rock pools that children will love. For surfing, head to Polzeath Beach. Or for something a little quieter, try the child-friendly New Polzeath Beach a little further down the coast, which is better for swimming. Boat trips are offered out of Padstow Harbour, offering the opportunity to spot dolphins, porpoises, basking sharks, and more.
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