St Issey, Little Petherick and Wadebridge Self Catering Cottages
St. Issey and Little Petherick Area, Self Catering CottagesHarbour Holidays has several self catering holiday cottages in and around St Issey and Little Petherick, many with beautiful views over the countryside and all are within easy reach of some of North Cornwall’s most stunning beaches. Harbour Holidays has over 15 years’ experience of providing high quality holiday accommodation in North Cornwall and as a family business, we have a wealth of local knowledge to ensure we only offer you the best cottages available. See below for a list of properties currently available around St Issey and Little Petherick.
St Issey and Little Petherick AreaTwo miles south of Padstow on the A389 to Wadebridge lay the adjoining parishes of St Issey and Little Petherick. Saints founded both parishes and the Saints Way passes through the villages on its way to Fowey. The two villages have nearly twenty hamlets between them such as, Tregonce, Halwyn and Tredinnick. Mellingey Mill and the Crealy Adventure Park are both nearby. Both St Issey and Little Petherick are ideal locations for a relaxing holiday. Being slightly inland they still retain a nice, rural, village atmosphere as well as being just a few miles from Padstow and the surrounding beaches and coastline.
Eating Out in St Issey and Little Petherick
There are a few pubs and restaurants in the area which serve food ranging from pub grub, Indian, Thai, Chinese or A La Carte menus, these pubs and restaurants include:
- The Ring’O’Bells, St Issey
- The Pickwick Inn, Burgois, St Issey
- The Journeyman, St Issey For more choices, the nearest towns to head to are Padstow and Wadebridge.
Entertaining the Kids near St Issey and Little PetherickJust a couple of miles from St Issey, you will find Crealy Adventure Park with plenty of rides for all the family including a log flume, roller coasters, drop slides, Old Macdonalds Farm area and pony rides.
Wadebridge is a lovely market town located approximately 5 miles from St Issey and Little Petherick and offers a wide selection of amenities including three supermarkets. There is also an abundance of quirky gift shops, art shops and boutiques as well as two butchers and a bakery (brilliant pasties!). Wadebridge also offers some great places to eat including Indian and Chinese restaurants, a bistro, some great café’s and a few traditional pubs. The camel trail is also easily accessed from here and bike hire is available.
The initial settlement of Wade (the name of Wadebridge before the bridge was built) was due to a ford in the River Camel. The early crossing had two chapels either side of the river “Kings” chapel on the north side and “St Michael’s” on the south side. People would pray for a safe crossing at one of the chapels before wading across at low tide, once they had made it the other side they would give thanks to God in the other chapel. The Reverend Thomas Lovibond became upset at the number of humans and animals that had died during the crossing of the river Camel so he planned the building of a bridge which was completed in 1468. Wade was now known as Wadebridge. When the bridge was first completed tolls used to be paid for the maintenance of the bridge.
The Royal Cornwall Agricultural ShowgroundThe Royal Cornwall Show began in 1793 at Bodmin and then every year in East and West Cornwall alternately. In 1960 the show came to its present site, the Royal Cornwall Showground which is run by the Royal Cornwall Agricultural Association and situated 1.5 miles west of Wadebridge.
St Issey and Little Petherick Area Self Catering Holiday Cottages.
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Berties Barn, Higher Halwyn - Dog friendly & parking