A 4-star recently-renovated Victorian boutique hotel offering sweeping harbour views, perched above the charismatic fishing port of Padstow. It’s the quintessential Cornwall getaway.
This 4-star, recently renovated Victorian boutique hotel perches above the small fishing port of Padstow – a harbour town famous for seafood that ranks as one of Cornwall’s most charismatic and atmospheric destinations. Recently renovated with stunning contemporary interiors with postcard-perfect views of the Camel Estuary and Padstow Harbour, 7 excellent beaches close by. The hotel is an idyllic, luxury seaside getaway.
For eating and drinking, the hotel’s Kitchen, Bar & Terrace offers casual, all-day dining - with those enviable views and an al fresco terrace. Food is light, seasonal and locally-sourced to showcase the region’s flavours. The menu also features many of Harbour Hotel’s signature dishes, including the Harbour Fish Pie, sensational seafood burger, tempura prawns, home-cured smoked salmon and a selection of divine desserts.
There’s an extensive drinks menu, featuring eclectic wines, our own exclusive cocktails (including a selection of espresso martinis and negronis), local craft beers and a selection of locally-made gins, perfect for sipping on the terrace whilst drinking in the view.
For those wanting to get outdoors and enjoy this wonderful corner of Cornwall, there are fishing and pleasure boating trips, outstanding cycling along the Camel Valley Trail, and surfing at some of Europe’s best surf beaches (with surf schools), all close by.
Padstow’s town has a wide variety of shops and upmarket boutiques mixed in with excellent cafes and restaurants, including Rick Stein’s famous seafood restaurant. For hikers, the town sits on the famous South West Coast Path. Also, don’t miss the National Lobster Hatchery, which provides visitors a fascinating insight into the hard work required to keep up a sustainable lobster population in Cornwall. See our staff’s recommendations of the best activities, attractions & events in Padstow and the wider Cornwall area here. On request, the hotel can prepare you a sumptuous picnic to take with you, or arrange bike hire.
All of our hotels are accessible, and help is always on hand for those who need assistance. Families are welcome.
Unlike other hotels, Harbour Hotels pride themselves on having destination, award-winning restaurants in house. The hotel’s restaurant, bar and terrace serves locally-sourced, seasonal produce paired with stunning sea views. Why wouldn’t you dine in?See the restaurant
We want you to get the most from your stay with us. There are some great things to see and do in and around the hotel, so we asked our staff to recommend the best activities, attractions and events in the area.
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Aside from two great spaces and a specialist team on hand to help you organise, we offer a charismatic venue in an excellent seaside location, first-class facilities, and specially created menus, from platter-style banquets to tasty finger food.
A stunning venue, inspirational themes, and a dedicated, experienced wedding coordinator: we promise to make your special day the one you always hoped for. Your wedding, your way.
The welfare of our guests and our Harbour Crew is always our first priority. All guests will be required to undertake a temperature check upon arrival. To protect the safety of our other guests, anyone with a temperature above 37.8 degrees will not be allowed to enter the premises.
In accordance with current government COVID-19 guidelines, we can only accept restaurant bookings of 6 or less people, and must close our doors at 10pm. We are therefore no longer able to seat table bookings beyond 8pm. To read more on our Safe Harbour practices, please click below.Safe Harbour