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B and Bs in Padstow

Molesworth Manor
Little Petherick
Padstow
Cornwall

PL27 7QT | View map
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Molesworth Manor is a licensed guesthouse in a former rectory dating from the early 17th Century. It is situated in an attractive garden, 2 miles from the pretty fishing port of Padstow, and provides comfortable relaxed accommodation with a warm and friendly atmosphere. It has been awarded four diamonds by the English Tourism Council and is featured in the the Michelin Guide, the Good Hotel Guide and Alistair Sawdays British Bed & Breakfast Guide.

Molesworth Manor is conveniently located for a wide range of activities and attractions. For the actively minded, golfing, sailing, surfing, horse riding, fishing, walking and cycling along the Camel Trail are all available in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Other attractions include sandy beaches, the Eden Project, and the lost Gardens of Heligan. The surrounding area also has excellent restaurants. bistros and pubs with Padstow in particular well served with excellent restaurants including Rick Steins Seafood restaurant andd Paul Ainsworth @Number 6

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