Just Off the “Atlantic Highway” Towards Padstow

The Ring O Bells Inn is situated just a few minutes away from the Atlantic Highway as it travels northward from the A30 towards Wadebridge in North Cornwall.

There is so much to see in Cornwall it takes years of holidays to the county to see even the most popular tourist areas. Some, such as the internationally known Eden Project have changed so much since they were first created, that  visitors revisit it regularly.

The Seven Bays are just a stone’s throw away from St Issey, as too is one of the prettiest stretches of The Camel Trail, a sanctuary for a large number of sea and wading birds.

The pretty little fishing port of Padstow, made famous by local chef Rick Stein’s Taste of the Sea programs on television, is perfect for taking boat trips around the coast. You can walk there alongside the creek if you feel energetic, there’s always the bus back if you run out of energy.

In fact it is difficult to imagine a more central location from which to strike out for all the coastal and inland places of interest. The Ring O Bells has everything you need for a great holiday in the county and at the end of the day, it has a lovely warm welcome and a comfortable night’s sleep after ‘a drink or two’ in the bar.

There are internationally known surfing beaches at Polzeath and Constantine bay, safe bathing beaches such as Harlyn Bay and Trevone and miles of coastal footpaths for those that tour on foot. For a glimpse of the other areas of interest to visitors, we have included a few of the more popular within our site pages.

Give us a call to check room availability, we only have a few rooms so we can only offer accommodation to a small number of guests.

Table Reservations

While the restrictions are in place, we regret that we are unable to accept table bookings by email.

Please look at the  “Reopening Changes” page for further information.

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Bed & Breakfast

Bed and Breakfast accommodation is now available again. However, we are still slightly limited by the gradual lifting of restrictions.

Because of the increase in work, ensuring that rooms are made safe for our guests, we shall have to impose a minimum two night’s stay for room bookings and hope that our customers and friends will understand our difficulties.

With so much to see in this beautiful part of Cornwall, we are sure you will find an extra day or two, can only ever be a bonus!

The pub is open for business and we will do everything we can to deliver the best experience we can under present circumstances.

Local businesses like ours need your help in these times, so please come and support us. You will be most welcome!