The St Enodoc Hotel

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UNDERSTATED. FAMILIAR. UNIQUE.

BEACH ELEGANCE IN THE HEART OF ROCK

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Seaside Glamour

A privately owned boutique Hotel in an exquisite hideaway with sweeping views over the Camel estuary, Rock. The beach is a stone's throw from the Hotel as is the passenger ferry to Padstow. St Enodoc is a stylish and relaxing place for your stay in North Cornwall. Explore the rugged Cornish coastline, sample a variety of water sports in the protected estuary and enjoy some of the finest restaurants in the South West of England.

The Hotel
ENJOY

Laid-back and Chic

The interior is laid-back and chic. Weathered Delabole slate floors, zingy fabrics and a collection of carefully curated twentieth century Cornish paintings create a calm and relaxing space. The bedrooms continue the theme of bright colours and original art work and are kept to the highest standards by our friendly house keeping team .

The Area
EAT IN

Dining

Our Restaurant is relaxed and welcoming. In the summer, food can be enjoyed alfresco on our terrace overlooking the estuary. Breakfast in the sunshine or try one of our cocktails as the sun sets. Chef James Nathan has worked with some of the great names such as Richard Corrigan, Michael Caines and Rick Stein since winning Masterchef in 2008. James delights in the 'Cornish larder' at his disposal which can range from local Porthilly oysters, fish and lobster landed in Padstow and venison and game in the winter months.

Restaurant
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Cornwall

Cornwall is loved for its dramatic coastline with working fishing harbours, spectacular beaches and the pounding surf that provide a natural playground for a variety of water sports. On offer locally in the season is sailing, surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, waterski-ing, wake boarding, wake surfing, windsurfing and kite surfing. A 'Top World 100' Golf Links Course, St Enodoc Golf Course backs onto the Hotel grounds and across the water there is a panoramic cycle track from Padstow to Bodmin.The coastal walks are extensive and incorporate miles of land protected by the National Trust. In recent years Cornwall has become known for a food scene to rival London and beyond with a multitude of award-winning local food producers and stellar chefs putting the region well and truly on the gourmet map.Nathan Outlaw has two Michelin starred restaurants in Port Isaac, Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth are in Padstow and Jamie Oliver's Fifteen is at Watergate Bay.

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