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Holiday Cottages in Wadebridge

Wadebridge is not only one of the county's main market towns; it is also the starting point of the The Camel Trail, a level cycle trail ideal for family days out.

The River Camel, with its fifteenth century bridge, runs alongside the town. Roads in the area used to be of very poor quality and as such the river was used to transport goods in and out of the town. Wadebridge got its name after the bridge was built across the river in 1460. A painting of the building of the bridge is housed in the town hall, which was opened in 1888 by Sir Paul Molesworth.

The Camel Trail runs along the old railway route from Wadebridge to Padstow. The railway line was opened in 1834 and was the first line in West Britain to carry passengers. The line was closed for all passenger services in 1967. The Camel Trail is popular with both cyclists and walkers as no vehicles are permitted on the trail, making it very safe. The trail has two routes; one from Wadebridge to Padstow, and the other from Wadebridge to Bodmin. Bikes can be hired from shops at the trail's starting point. The name 'Camel' comes from the Cornish word for crooked, Cam; the route which the River Camel follows is crooked, hence its name.

Each August, the Wadebridge Folk Festival takes place in the town. This is the largest folk festival in Cornwall and includes performances by European and American artists, as well as local artists. Wadebridge also hosts the Royal Cornwall Show each June. This is one of the largest agricultural shows in the country. Competitions and shows are held throughout the three-day event.

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Ref: 1153
From £311 per week
  • Sleeps 4
  • Friday changeover
  • Children welcome
  • Sorry no pets
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    From £311 per week

Harbour House is within easy reach of the glorious beaches and pretty coves on Cornwall's stunning north coast. The property holds an enviable waterside position at the head of ...

Ref: 1186
From £395 per week
  • Sleeps 4
  • Saturday changeover
  • Children welcome
  • Sorry no pets
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    From £395 per week

Within beautiful ornamental gardens offering privacy, peace and seclusion, Trelaze offers a truly special escape. When ready to explore the superb north coast beaches of Rock, Daymer Bay and Polzeath ...

Ref: 6060
From £305 per week
  • Sleeps 4
  • Saturday changeover
  • Children welcome
  • 1 Pet Allowed
  • Free WiFi
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    From £305 per week

Tucked away on a quiet road close to the centre of the bustling old market town of Wadebridge, Riversdale Cottage is everything you would imagine an authentic Cornish cottage should ...

Ref: 6234
From £425 per week
  • Sleeps 6
  • Saturday changeover
  • Children welcome
  • Sorry no pets
  • Free WiFi
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    From £425 per week

Nestled amid mellow Cornish countryside, Woodland Retreat is a relaxing haven within a short drive from the Atlantic coastline and beaches at Padstow and Polzeath providing luxurious accommodation and unrivalled ...

Ref: 6248
From £418 per week
  • Sleeps 6
  • Saturday changeover
  • Children welcome
  • Sorry no pets
  • Free WiFi
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    From £418 per week

River Camel View is a beautifully styled homestay with an enviable waterside position within five miles of beautiful beaches on the Atlantic coast. Positioned in characterful Wadebridge with the famed Camel ...

                   
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