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OVERVIEW

Experience a quiet retreat in the heart of the Cornish countryside; St Tudy Inn is a gorgeous gastropub with exceptional seasonal dishes and a cosy vibe at the heart. Hunker down to a backdrop of rural life in a quintessential village, and enjoy seasonal plates, iconic beers from Harbour Brewing Co and understated luxury in beautiful bedrooms.


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THE NEIGHBOURHOOD

Situated on the river Camel - approximately five-miles northeast of Wadebridge, with its array of well-kept thatches - Saint Tudy is home to an old church, a village store and a scenic circular walk from the village centre to Wetheram. The much-loved pub provides a charming inland retreat for a Cornish escape, with endless options for visiting the coast, or embracing the wilderness of the moorland. Half an hour's drive will take you to the coastal towns of Polzeath, Port Isaac, Rock and Padstow, with just a ten-minute drive to Bodmin Moor.

By car: just off the A39, St Tudy Inn is 25 minutes from both Polzeath and Bodmin. Exeter is an hour and 20 minutes' drive from the hotel and Plymouth an hour and 20 minutes.

By train: Bodmin Parkway is a 25-minute drive from the hotel and serviced by Great Western Railway trains to Penzance (1 hr 15 mins), Cardiff (4 hr 15 mins) and Plymouth (40 mins). Book trains to Bodmin.

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THE LOOK AND FEEL

Minimal and elegant, interiors are inspired by the local countryside; the listed Inn combines heritage features with modern furnishings, creating a relaxed and cosy vibe with a pared-back, minimal aesthetic - think tonal grey hues setting the backdrop for contemporary monochrome prints and cut-flowers from the garden, with attention-to-detail creating a distinctively stylish space.

THE FACILITIES

A welcoming Inn designed to enjoy rustic cuisine, real Ales and fine wines in a setting combining heritage features with a contemporary style. Staff are happy to chat and offer suggestions on how to spend your days. Low lighting and open fires set the tone for a thoroughly relaxed stay.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Dog-friendly
  • Family-friendly
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi

BED AND BATH

There are four simply styled ensuite rooms, converted from a derelict barn, adjacent to the pub; minimal and elegant, in a contemporary tonal palette, designed to withstand the test of time, where pretty succulents and comfy bolster cushions add laidback-luxury, and a Harbour brewed Ale and mini cream tea add a personal touch. Slate and chrome bathrooms are home to Bramley toiletries, packed with essential oils.

Room types: Rooms 1-4

Key amenities: ensuite with Bramley toiletries, TV, king-sized bed, free Wi-Fi

FOOD AND DRINK

Flavoursome pub classics are created with a little Cornish flare, making this a classic foodie destination. The restaurant and bar have a wide selection of Harbour Brewing beverages that are developed to pair perfectly with simple and delicious pub food, created with ingredients that are locally sourced, offering a true taste of the county.

Restaurant: serving up pub classics using locally sourced ingredients such as Rabbit Wellington and Roasted Butternut Squash Risotto. Open Tuesday-Sunday for lunch and dinner. Mains from £17.95.

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