The Atlantic coast of North Cornwall stretches for over forty miles along a wildly rugged and breathtaking landscapes. The vibrant coastal towns, harbours and villages are each steeped in history, huddling against the majestic cliffs as if seeking protection from the wild and unpredictable sea. An easier commute by road from the South East of England, or by air to Newquay, Exeter or Bristol airports, North Cornwall is a hub for thrill seekers who can choose to get active in or out of the water. The north coast bays are popular with sailors, surfers and swimmers as well as a myriad of other water sports, while inland, golfers, walkers couples and families can make the most of the many facilities and attractions on offer. The North Cornwall area sucessfully combines some truly breathtaking natural scenery with, an increasingly excellent choice of food & drink.

We occasionally sell some premium properties in nearby town's and villages outside of our usual 'patch'. Whether coastal or rural these vibrant communities located further to the East or West of our office in Rock, offer plenty of charm.

Set at the mouth of the Camel River just inland from Padstow and Rock, Wadebridge offers a good mix of independent shops, interesting restaurants and is also the mid point of the popular Camel Trail that runs along the River from Padstow to Bodmin. In North Cornwall, heading inland you will find the picturesque villages of Chapel Amble, Pendoggett, St Kew, St Tudy, St Teath and St Mabyn to name a few. Along the coast as you leave Port Isaac you come to Trebarwith, and Treknow, Tintagel, Boscastle and then on to Crackington Have, Widemouth Way and Bude.






Rock Heliport (6 miles)

Point at Polzeath Heliport (7 miles)

Cornwall Airport Newquay (14 miles)

Bodmin Parkway Station (11 miles)

Truro City Centre  (25 miles)



Rock Beach

Daymer Bay


Port Isaac

The 7 Bays


Wadebridge Academy

St Breock Primary School

Wadebridge Secondary School

St Kew ACE Academy

St Teath County Primary School



Food & Drink


The Cornish Arms Inn

A39, Bodmin, Pendoggett PL30 3HH

Situated a short drive from Port Isaac, this traditional Cornish pub is full of character and offers generous outside space. The ideal place for you to enjoy a Cornish beer of cider in the sunshine.

St Kew Inn

St Kew Inn, St Kew, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 3HB

A picturesque 15th century pub oozing charm and character, serving high-quality food. Nestled in the heart of St Kew, this pub offers large outside space surrounded by natural beauty along with excellent service.

St Kew Farm Shop

St Kew Highway, Saint Kew PL30 3EF

St Kew farm shop and café is a great little spot for brunch and afternoon tea. Serving local produce with a friendly service among other things such as home goods that you can browse after enjoying a beverage in the picturesque garden.


4, Molesworth St, Wadebridge, PL27 7DA

An Italian-inspired restaurant and wine bar nestled in the heart of Wadebridge, serving delicious comfort food as well as small plates and cocktails. 

Strong Adolfos

Hawksfield, A39, Wadebridge PL27 7LR

A popular café situated just outside of Wadebridge, offering breakfast, lunch and an array of freshly baked cakes, accommodating all allergens. Perfect place for afternoon tea within a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

The Tiny Thai

1A Molesworth Street, Wadebridge PL27 7DA

The Tiny Thai offers delicious Thai cuisine which is available to take away or have in, within their characterful restaurant.

Salt Box

Goldsworthy Way, Wadebridge, PL27 7AL

Saltbox is a mix of converted shipping containers including; Saltbar offering a fully stocked bar with indoor seating and outdoor covered deck plus street style food available from Woody's wood-fired pizzas, Eat Suki's Southeast Asian food including bao buns, gyoza and ramen, Spicesea Ayuverdic Indian food as well as the new Kernow Springs Nordic Spa offering a woodfired hot tub and sauna experience.

Malcolm Barnecutts

18 Molesworth Street, Wadebridge PL27 7DG

The renowned Malcolm Barnecutt’s bakery is the place to get a traditional Cornish pasty. This bakery offers all the goods with pastries, baked goods, breads as well as salads, located in the heart of Wadebridge.

St Tudy Inn

St Tudy, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 3NN

Situated in the idyllic village of St Tudy, this Inn has a warm and cosy feel to it while offering rustic cuisines, real ales and fine wines.

The Lewinnick Lodge

Pentire Headland, Newquay TR7 1QD

Fresh and contemporary atmosphere serving delicious classic brasserie-style dishes with views across the Atlantic Ocean to match. Accommodating all allergens with great service.  

Rick Stein Fish & Chips

South Quay, Padstow, Cornwall, PL28 8BL

Serving high-quality fish and chips in a relaxed restaurant environment or to takeaway. A menu full of choice including children meals and gluten-free options, served by friendly and helpful staff.

Paul Ainsworth at No. 6

6 Middle Street, Padstow PL28 8AP

With a Michelin star, Paul Ainsworth at No. 6 provides high-quality British cuisine, full of bold and delicious flavours. The staff are full of knowledgeable, serving seasonal modern cooking within a relaxing and stylish environment.  

The Rocket Store Boscastle

Harbour, Boscastle PL35 0HD

Well worth the trip to Boscastle, this cosy restaurant offers intimate, tapas style waterside dining on the edge of the harbour. Chef's Alex Key and Freddie Woodruff run an open kitchen with a daily blackboard menu featuring the freshest sea food alongside locally-reared organic meat. Long trestle tables make for a sociable vibe with diners opting to share small plates of tempting morsels.

Prawn on the Lawn

11 Duke St, Padstow PL28 8AB

From the 21st April until the 2nd Octber Prawn on the Lawn takes up their summer residence at Prawn on the Farm, just outside Padstow. This year's tented restaurant is bigger and better, with stunning views, a friendly, laid back vibe and serving some of the tastiest sea food small plates. Family and dog friendly.

Sea View Farm Shop

Sea View Farm Shop, St Teath, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 3LR

A family run farm shop offering an unparalleled combination of a restaurant, cafe, farm shop, and butchers with stunning views across the Cornish coastline towards Port Isaac and The Rumps beyond. 

Things To Do


Tintagel Castle

Castle Road, Tintagel PL34 0HE

Explore the place where King Arthur is said to have lived. Set on the cliffs, this stunning part of Cornwall is steeped in history and myth.  

Eden Project

Bodelva, Par PL24 2SG

The largest indoor rainforest in the world! The Eden Project’s biomes are full of a wonder of plants collected from many diverse climates and environments. An unforgettable day out.

Healeys Cornish Cyder Farm

Penhallow, Truro, TR9LW

An award-winning Cornish Cyder farm, the home of Rattler Cyder. Here you can explore or join a guided tour of the farm and sample the cider, wine, juices and jams which are all produced on the farm.

The Jubilee Queen

Inner Quay, Padstow, Cornwall PL28 8AF

The Jubilee Queen runs daily from Padstow’s harbour, taking you for a cruise out to sea where you can see the beautiful scenery and all forms of sea life. Family run, welcoming crew and dog friendly.

The Camel Trail

An 18-mile, traffic free trail providing access through the Cornish countryside. Serving as a popular bike trail where you can hire a bike from Wadebridge to Padstow or Wadebridge to Bodmin or even Bodmin to Wenfordbridge.

Cornish Wine Tours

Padstow, Cornwall

Based in Padstow, the Cornish Wine Tours offer a fun, yet educational day of wine tasting with a delicious array of food. They even organise your transportation home so you can fully enjoy your day out.