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My boyfriend and I spent three nights here in the Ninian room and had a fantastic stay. We were made to feel very welcome by Julie and her family throughout our stay and nothing was too much trouble. Our room was beautiful, spacious and warm. The location of the B&B is ideal allowing for a...
We stayed here for one night, and were made very welcome by Julie the owner. Our room was lovely and clean and the breakfast was fabulous. As the kitchen is upstairs, there is great views of the countryside, Its a short downhill walk into Wadebridge. Will definitely go here again if were in the...
... the Eden Project and also wanted to explore Padstow so Wadebridge seemed a good place to stay. This family home appeared to have the bedrooms downstairs with the living space above. Our bedroom (The Highbury) was at the front of the house under the sitting room. There was no...

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lisa_marie_bampton11 wrote a review Oct 2013
Birmingham, United Kingdom12 contributions7 helpful votes
My boyfriend and I spent three nights here in the Ninian room and had a fantastic stay.

We were made to feel very welcome by Julie and her family throughout our stay and nothing was too much trouble.

Our room was beautiful, spacious and warm. The location of the B&B is ideal allowing for a very peaceful nights sleep and Wadebridge centre is just a 10 minute stroll away. The B&B is ideal for travelling to Truro, Port Isaac, Newquay and Polzeath and there is plenty of space outside the B&B to park your car. Breakfast was also fantastic and the views from the dining table were beautiful.

We had such a fantastic stay and we would recommend this B&B to anybody visiting Wadebridge and the surrounding areas. Looking forward to returning in the future.
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Date of stay: October 2013Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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realramblers wrote a review Jun 2013
Nottinghamshire98 contributions45 helpful votes
We stayed here for one night, and were made very welcome by Julie the owner. Our room was lovely and clean and the breakfast was fabulous. As the kitchen is upstairs, there is great views of the countryside, Its a short downhill walk into Wadebridge. Will definitely go here again if were in the vicinity.
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Date of stay: May 2013Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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elleSearcher wrote a review Feb 2012
Bristol, United Kingdom47 contributions14 helpful votes
We were visiting the Eden Project and also wanted to explore Padstow so Wadebridge seemed a good place to stay.

This family home appeared to have the bedrooms downstairs with the living space above. Our bedroom (The Highbury) was at the front of the house under the sitting room. There was no noise from traffic as the road is a quiet, residential street. Our room was nicely decorated and we both enjoyed the bathroom where there is a separate bath and shower (I liked the little, blue lights around the large bath and made use of the selection of bubble bath). The bed was massive and comfortable. There were tea & coffee making facilities and some chocolate snacks.

Breakfast was served upstairs in the mostly open-plan living area on a big round wooden table with open views towards hills in the north part of wadebridge. Very stylish kitchen. Breakfast selection was very good and we enjoyed it all very much. Thank you.

We didn't manage to eat out in Wadebridge as the one place that looked good was shut that evening. Found a very nice restaurant in Padstow called Pescadou - great food and wine.

The owners were friendly and helpful and the breakfast was amazing.

We were able to park our car in the driveway.
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Date of stay: November 2011Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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PaddyfromStoke wrote a review Sep 2011
Stoke on trent2 contributions2 helpful votes
Just stayed at this lovely bed and breafast on our way down to St Ives.A architect designed upside down property that the owners now rent out three rooms, 2 with en suite.We stayed in the Highbury room that had lovely decor and a fabulous en suite.The breakfast was lovely with lots of choice and the owwners could not do enough for you.

Overall a very relaxed atmosphere,a beatiful homely feel,lovely comfortable room and very reasonable rates.
Will definately be going back, as its situated in a good location to use as a base close to Padstow, Port Isaac etc

Paddy Stoke
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Date of stay: September 2011Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: The Highbury and the Ninian have the en suite.
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Wombat59 wrote a review Jul 2011
High Wycombe, United Kingdom92 contributions47 helpful votes
We stayed here in July 2011, in the Highbury Room. The Hawthorns is a lovely architect-designed house with fabulous rooms over the far reaching countryside of the Camel valley. They have 3 letting rooms all of which are lovely. The bathroom in Highbury is to die for. £70 for the room and breakfast per night.

Julie and John, the owners, couldn't have been more accommodating, letting me use their Wi-Fi, and serving up a delicious full English Breakfast.

The house is easy to find, plenty of parking, and about 10 minutes walk from Wadebridge town centre, with its bars, shops, and restaurants, and camel trail. Hire a bike and travel the (car free) Camel Trail all the way to Bodmin or Padstow. In places you cycle past old disused stations, and it's really easy to imagine the lovely route that holiday makers must have travelled on the train years ago.

Sadly the weather was rubbish, but we managed to grab 10 minutes sitting on their gorgeous terrace overlooking the countryside before another rain shower.

Thanks Julie and John - we'll be back.
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Date of stay: July 2011Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: They all looked lovely, but Highbury was great.
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