Things to do in and around Wadebridge

Posted On January 13, 2020

A few miles inland from the Cornish coast lies Wadebridge, a pretty little town and the gateway to the legendary Camel Trail. The town itself is laid-back yet lively, full to the brim with independent, interesting boutique shops selling antiques, arts & crafts – the perfect place to pick up some gifts. It’s also one of few towns in the area which still has its own fishmonger, bakery, greengrocer and butcher, giving it a strong community vibe. With 17 miles of gorgeous, rural walking and cycling route right on its doorstep, it’s no surprise that Wadebridge is often the first choice for those wishing to experience the wild Cornish countryside. So to help you plan your trip, we’ve picked out some of our favourite things to do in and around Wadebridge.


Le Snack: This small takeaway sandwich shop is great for those wanting to pack a picnic before heading off on the Camel Trail. Le Snack everything from simple sandwiches and paninis to jacket potato, soups and salad. We love the special hamper packs for cyclists! The Shed Cafe & Brunch Bar: These guys are true brunch specialists! Pop to The Shed for your morning fuel-up – great coffee, unique breakfast dishes, eggs all ways, and pancakes galore. Plus, prices are incredibly reasonable and the courtyard is gorgeous. Warne’s Bar & Restaurant: Head to this casual dining restaurant right in the heart of town for a lazy evening meal. Warne’s is located right in the heart of Wadebridge, serving modern British food with locally sourced produce – simple and satisfying!


St Moritz Hotel: A family-friendly seaside retreat, St Moritz has a choice of apartments, suites, villas and rooms only a stones throw away from the sea-shore. It’s a great choice for an indulgent break, with super-stylish accommodation, a spa, gourmet restaurant, and a free shuttle service using the hotel Land Rover! Trehellas House: Ideally located near Padstow, Rock and Wadebridge, Trehellas House is a great base for those wishing to get out and about and explore. This friendly hotel has a large outdoor swimming pool and lush patio area, making it an ideal summer getaway with great value prices. Mill Valley Yurts: Want the adventure of a camping trip without the hassle of setting up a tent? Mill Valley Yurts lets you get back to nature with a touch of luxury – with 4 fully furnished yurts and a shepherds hut. You’ll be spending the night surrounded by cows, sheep, pigs, chickens and ducks – a real laugh!


The Camel Trail: This is a 17 mile long walking and cycling path which follows the River Camel. Passing through absolutely stunning Cornish countryside, the trail is completely free and there’s several pubs en route for a cold drink, snack or hot coffee – check out the map here. St Eval Kart Circuit: Go Karting doesn’t get better than this! St Eval Kart Circuit is a humongous 1.3km track where you can challenge the whole family to a race. Simply turn up for arrive & drive or make it a real competition and brave the Formula 1 race – just make sure you win! And Hangloose Adventure is only half an hour away!