Cally Croft is a modern house ideally situated in a residential cul-de-sac location, above the historic town of Padstow, less than a 10 minute downhill walk to the harbour, shops and restuarants including Rick Steins Seafood Restuarant, Bistro, Cafe and Fish and Chip shop and Paul Ainsworth's No 6 Michelin starred restaurant.
The Camel Trail is within walking distance of Cally Croft. This is a disused railway line which provides a none traffic route for cyclists and walkers. Cycles are also available for hire at the start of the trail.
Within walking distance are several lovely beaches or you can take the Foot Ferry across the River to Rock and visit St Enodoc Church which was once buried under sand. Cally Croft is also a good starting point for walks along the South West Coast Path. So why not leave your car and explore the wildly beautiful North Cornish Coast. The local bus also allows you explore the miles of Cornish Coastline and countryside.
Less than an hours drive is the Eden Project, St Michaels Mount, The Minack Theatre, The Tate at St Ives, Port Isaac, where Doc Martin is filmed Charlestown Harbour also popular filming venue especially for the new Poldark series. Together with lots of lovely gardens and National Trust properties makes Cally Croft an ideal location for your holiday.