Hotel rooms in Padstow with seaside charm

St Petroc’s restaurant with rooms is nestled in the heart of Padstow. One of the oldest buildings in this harbour town, originally built as a 17th-century coaching inn, St. Petroc’s boasts a rich history that echoes through its walls. Each room seamlessly blends modern amenities with traditional luxury. From plush bedding to wooden beams and winding stairs, every detail has been lovingly restored for a cosy Cornish feel just moments from the hustle and bustle of the harbour.  

Whether you’re seeking a cosy retreat for two or a family getaway, our rooms offer the perfect sanctuary to unwind after a day of exploring the Cornish coast. 

Your experience

Arrive in Padstow and check in with our guest services team who will get you settled into your relaxing room and answer any questions during your stay.

Each Padstow hotel room is unique, with a home-from-home feeling and plenty of thoughtful touches to complete your stay – designed and styled by Jill and Kate Stein to reflect what they love to experience when staying in a hotel. From filled bookshelves to spa-inspired bathrooms and rooftop views over the town. The lounge and guests’ pantry, filled with freshly baked goods, Cornish coffee and nightcaps, ensuring any craving is satisfied, offer everything from a relaxing afternoon filled with board games to an intimate nightcap before climbing the stairs to slumber.

When the weather is favourable, the courtyard garden is a welcome pause to catch up with a newspaper and coffee or just down the back staircase you’ll find Ruby’s Bar, the hidden gem in all that we offer. Whether you stop by before or after dinner, there’s a wonderful blend of trusted classics alongside cocktails you won’t find elsewhere. 

St Petroc’s Bistro 

St Petroc’s renowned restaurant celebrates the finest locally sourced ingredients. Cornish steaks from Philip Warren Butchers in Launceston to freshly caught seafood and seasonal produce, each dish creates a memorable dining experience that lingers long after the last bite. If you prefer, the dog friendly dining room allows four legged friends for breakfast, lunch and dinner too.

Explore Padstow 

Discover the perfect blend of coastal charm and convenience at St. Petroc’s Hotel. Ideally situated moments from Padstow Harbour where fishing boats bob gently against the quay, and equally close to the enchanting maze of quaint Cornish streets lined with shops, galleries and inviting pubs. 

If beaches are your thing, then you really are spoilt for choice with seven stunning bays just a stone’s throw from your room in the heart of Padstow. Besides the glorious bays, there are thrilling sea safaris, top-notch golf courses, a flat cycle route along the picturesque camel trail, restaurants and cafés galore and a plethora of coastal walks to enjoy during your getaway. 

Whether your ideal stay involves coastal adventures or culinary delights, St. Petroc’s Hotel in Padstow serves as the perfect base for your Cornish escape. 

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