7th May 2010 at 5:17 am

Camel Trail

Camel Trail I have visited Padstow on many occasions but never paid any attention to the Camel Trail. Usually, I head north, along the coastal path, as I have always loosely associated the trail with cyclists, but this is not the case. It proved well worth the visit and as I only took in the first couple of miles this time, I will definitely be planning to make a return visit in the future.
17th September 2009 at 8:38 pm

Padstow & Trevone

OK – this can’t be England – yet another sunny day!

Started off in Padstow with breakfast at Rick Stein’s Cafe where you are always guaranteed an excellent Kipper. Next a walk along the coastal path to Hawker’s Cove – it was one of the lowest tides of the year so most of the walk was along the beach.

Beach to Hawker's Cove

Next I took the boat trip around Newland – I’ve taken it before but this was the first time I had to catch the boat from the north beach,

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9th May 2009 at 10:18 am

Last Stop, Padstow

Final day of the Holiday – started with an excellent breakfast in the Rick Stein Cafe.  Then walked around the harbour, purchased some gifts and a crab sandwich for the journey home.

20th October 2008 at 6:13 pm

Stein’s Way


Last day and an early start 7:30, arrived at Padstow ready for some breakfast at 9:00. I really fancied a Bacon sandwich but despite the endless bakeries – the only thing on offer was Cornish Pasties. In fact the only place that was open and offering breakfast, was Rick Stein’s cafe. With kippers on the menu, all thought of bacon sandwiches was gone – The kipper may look ugly, but it was mighty tasty!

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