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YOUR VERY OWN RETREAT BY THE SEA

Luxury Self Catering
in the heart of Padstow

Kilden Mor celebrates the incredible beauty of Padstow, we invite you to enjoy all that this very special part of the world has to offer.

With its endless choice of beautiful beaches, hidden coves and amazing scenery, Cornwall has something for everyone.  Explore the history, celebrity locations, myths and legends and taste the delights of artisan food and exceptional restaurants.  A real home for foodies to enjoy.

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When we think of Cornwall our minds quickly turn to the sea and the amazing food that springs from over 400 miles of coast. Explore some of the the Cornish gastronomic culture…...

Thinking of taking a trip to this well-known Cornish town? Enjoy a holiday filled with fresh seafood, fabulous fine dining and comforting pub grub. Whether you're looking for a relaxed,...

As well as spectacular scenery, Cornwall has a wealth of events to discover whenever you choose to visit. Whether you are looking for a family-friendly event, the thrills of a high energy music...

Your Guide to Cornwall

It probably won’t have escaped your attention that the Queen is celebrating this year. To mark Elizabeth’s record-breaking 70 years on the throne, her subjects have been gifted a bonus bank holiday at the beginning of June with...

Cornwall's Tin Coast

Ian Marsh is the general manager of the West Cornwall National Trust. He spoke to us about the continuing importance of Cornwall’s Tin Coast, an area rich in history and wildlife, whose iconic buildings are so integral to the image…...

Guide to Padstow Gins

April 24, 2022
Guide to Padstow Gins

Britain’s long love affair with gin shows no signs of slowing down. Recent figures from the Wine and Spirit Trade Association have shown it rose to a new peak in 2021, with sales of over £2 billion! A significant part…...

Keigwin Arms Mousehole

In the 19th century the village of Mousehole was described as “a little harbour with many fishing boats where every man and boy spends his life afloat.” These days though there is much less of this maritime industry it is…...

Founded in 1971, The Padstow Museum is home to a fascinating selection of objects reflecting the town’s rich cultural and economic history. John Buckingham is the museum’s chairman and has been a volunteer since 1992. He spoke to...

Dupath Well near the town of Callington is said to be the largest and the most impressive well house in Cornwall. Hidden behind some old barns on an ancient farmstead this sacred place was once a site of pilgrimage. The…...

Tintagel

April 5, 2022

One of Cornwall’s most unmistakable heritage sites, Tintagel is a castle built partly on the mainland and connected to an island jutting out over the Atlantic coast. Tintagel is easily north Cornwall’s most iconic structure and, thanks...

Harlyn Bay

In Padstow, you’re within easy reach of some of Cornwall’s best beaches. It’s perfectly possible to walk to at least half a dozen excellent seaside destinations in under an hour. Anything that avoids those Cornish roads has to be a…...