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Bed & Breakfast in Padstow with a touch of splendour
Just 15 minutes walk from Padstow harbour, or less than a couple of minutes by car along the coast road, is Woodlands Country House, a comfortable, award winning, family run B&B guesthouse, standing in a rural setting with farmland views, sweeping down to Trevone Bay and the sea.
There is plenty of parking around this large Victorian House in Treator (pronounced ‘traitor’) minutes from the North Cornish Coast. Come and discover accommodation and breakfast with a touch of splendor.
Well earned reputation
Woodlands Country House is one of those places that lives up to its TripAdvisor ranking. It's a pretty house in a lovely setting. The rooms are comfortable, spacious, and inviting. Everything works, and works properly -- from a comfortable bed with comfortable Italian linens to a bath that actually allows you to move about.
There are eight double and twin rooms all individually and stylishly decorated. The four principle bedrooms are; Room 1, a large double king-size or twin bedroom with bathroom en-suite; The Bay Room, with a magnificent four-poster double bed – a large room with panoramic views from the bay window, en-suite bathroom; The Jade Room, an elegant Victorian large double room with wonderful views – even from the en-suite Victoria roll-top bath! And the Beach Room; a large bright room in the New England style with a bath and shower and floor to ceiling windows so you can lie in bed and contemplate the views. There is an adjoining twin room for children.
Two of the rooms are situated on the ground floor and are therefore, suitable for disabled accommodation and wheelchair users or elderly or infirm guests. One of these rooms is equipped with a disabled custom built shower room en-suite. The other double room has a child’s room attached and a private terrace. These rooms interconnect making them suitable for a family and they share a private terrace and a conservatory to sit in and watch the sunset over Trevone Bay.