Wadebridge (Cornish: Ponswad) is a civil parish and town in north Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The town straddles the River Camel 5 miles (8.0 km) upstream from Padstow. The permanent population is 6,222 (Census 2001), increasing to 7,900 at the 2011 census. There are two electoral wards in the town (East and West). Their total population is 8,272
Restaurants in Wadebridge
4.5 based on 425 reviews
A wonderful dry weather activity for the whole family. Ride your own bikes or hire them from one of the rental shops at each end of the trail (Wadebridge and Padstow). Tag-alongs and trailers are available for younger children and dogs, tricycles for adults who don't cycle (perfect for our Grandma!) and a variety of accessible bikes for cyclists with a disability.
Go for a short stretch or pace yourself and ride the whole trail, stopping for lunch in townbefore retiring, or take a picnic to enjoy en route as you ride along the scenic river. You can even do a spot of bird watching as you go.
Just be aware that in high season the trail can become quite busy. So pick a time of day that might be quieter if you have nervous riders.
If you are lucky you might find a coffee/ice-cream vendor along the way.
5 based on 45 reviews
The most fun you can have in a wetsuit! Coasteering is everything you always wanted to do at the seaside when you were a kid but were not allowed! Swim, scramble, climb and jump your way around the cliffs and rocky foreshore. Gain a unique perspective of this stunning stretch of Cornish coastline under the watchful eye of our experienced guides. Coasteering is awesome!
Three of us booked a day ahead to go coast steering. Two of us hadn't done it before (at 59 and 55) and I was a long way outside my comfort zone. Charlie and Henry were very encouraging and I EVENTUALLY managed to achieve all the jumps with very little style! My brain was willing but my legs objected.
The gear provided was so buoyant and I didn't feel the cold water after the first jump.
Go on give it a try.
4.5 based on 432 reviews
The guided tour of the house was very interesting and informative. Sadly, this once splendid house is not lived in any more. It is looking tired, smells musty and in need of repair. However, there is so much to see on the tour that it is still well worth visiting. It is a shame that some of the easier small repairs are not carried out. It would do much to change the atmosphere. Rusty rails and broken stonework doesn't do much to entice. I understand though, that a house such as this requires a lot of upkeep and funds are short. The café serves a variety of refreshments at a reasonable price. There are peacocks and colourful chickens wandering through the area.The Gardens are fabulous. It is well worth spending an hour of two exploring the grounds which offer great opportunities for photos.
4.5 based on 164 reviews
5 based on 94 reviews
Independent Craft Brewery selling our own award-winning beers in bottle, mini-keg and cask. Shop and bar available all day. Tours and Brew Day experiences available by appointment.
Fantastic! My dad had an amazing day and asked me to write this on his behalf. I bought him the experience as a birthday present and he had a terrific day. Very involved, hands on. Most informative and fun. Great to see the beer making process end to end. Made 3000 pints I believe! Tasted loads and had a tasty lunch thrown in. Came away with a presentation pack containing x2 bottles and a glass. Would recommend this to any beer lovers and great to support a small independent. Thanks to Des and George for a great day. They also have a shop on site. Money extremely well spent.
5 based on 138 reviews
Cornish Rock Tors is an adventure sports company based on the north coast of Cornwall. Specialising in Coasteering, Sea Kayaking, Guided Swims and Equipment Hire. Cornish Rock Tors is now a thriving outdoor centre. We offer adventure packages for complete beginners all the way through to seasoned adrenaline junkies, covering half day trips to multiple day courses. We cater for individuals, family groups, school and youth groups, stag and hen parties and corporate teams, and we also provide activity gift vouchers as the perfect adventure present. We are based in Port Gaverne on the North Coast. Please get in touch for a chat and see what adventures we can organise for you whilst you’re here on holiday in Cornwall. We are proud to say that we hold an AALS (Adventure Activities Licensing Service) license for all our activities and that all our instructors hold the relevant National Governing Body Awards for all the activities we provide.
Had a bloody good time today with the team, great fun, safe for all levels and our guide dropped in loads of facts, information and explanations on the wildlife, landscape and local interest items all in all had a great time. Thanks guys!
5 based on 38 reviews
Proper Cornish still cider made the tradtional way by Tom Bray at Haywood Farm St Mabyn
Off the beaten track and all you d expect from a traditional cider farm. The guys there are extremely helpful and friendly and allow you try the various ciders available. They also have BBQs and live music in the summer at weekends which look great fun.
4.5 based on 364 reviews
I was lucky to see this beautiful beach on a sunlit winter afternoon, just as the sun was setting behind the hills opposite the car park. There are coffee shops, but this is not commercialised like so many other British Beaches. There is a decent sized car park. A lovely place to enjoy on summer and winter alike.
4.5 based on 340 reviews
Working, family owned vineyards, winery, holiday cottages and shop. Scheduled tours (fee) and wine by the bottle or glass (fee) on the Terrace and wine bar overlooking the vines. No food except grissini, crisps, olives etc. Opening times vary according to the season. Booking is essential for the Grand Tours. Sorry, no dogs except guide dogs.
We have visited before many years ago and knew it was worth a revisit whilst in Cornwall
A little off the beaten path, but worth it.
Helpful staff in shop who assisted with our purchase and tasting great they sell 62 ml glasses for tasting given that everyone would need to drIve here!
They do tours but weather was dreadful so gave this a miss, shame really as lovely Terrace to sit out and enjoy a drink and a bite to eat, but this really is dependant on the weather
Would recommend a visit if your near Bodmin especially if it's a nice day
4.5 based on 17 reviews
The church is absolutely beautiful with so much to see and wander around the grave yard with dates going well back. The grounds are well maintained and the couch has several services and all are always welcome. It is a popular place for weddings and funerals.
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