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Welcome to Camel Quarry House, North Cornwall

Stylish, contemporary holiday accommodation that comfortably sleeps 12-16 people.

Situated a stone’s throw from the charming Cornish fishing port of Padstow, this luxury holiday accommodation lies on the doorstep of the famous Camel Trail cycle path, named after the beautiful River Camel nearby.

With six spacious bedrooms, breathtaking sea views, exquisite interior design and all the mod cons, including a cedar hot tub, gym and media room, this superb holiday accommodation will leave you wanting for nothing. Whether you’re planning a family holiday or you’re celebrating an occasion with a gathering of friends, you’ll feel perfectly at home in Camel Quarry House.

Peppered with sandy beaches popular amongst the surfing communities, this stunning part of North Cornwall is ripe for exploration and with exquisite views, regularly showcased on the BBC prime-time drama ‘Poldark’. Padstow is a haven for holidaymakers, offering a wide range of attractions, shops and restaurants (including Rick Stein’s famous seafood restaurant).

If coastal walks are more your thing, you’ll be seduced by the wild, romantic coastline surrounding Wadebridge. The delightful village of Port Isaac is also worth a visit – home to Doc Martin and the Fisherman’s Friends. Whilst the whole area is Poldark Country.

After a long day of activity and adventure, Camel Quarry House is your cosy sanctuary to come home to. Winter visitors can curl up in front of a crackling open fire while taking in spectacular and uninterrupted panoramic views, while summer visitors prefer to relax on the terrace, with a chilled glass of wine in hand as the barbecue sizzles. Of course, the bubbling hot tub goes down well all year round!

Please flick through the photos and watch the short video below to get a feel for the elegant charm of Camel Quarry House.

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