If you are looking for an authentic foodie experience in Padstow, this is the perfect guide for you. Sharing Padstow-based food and drink companies who have mastered their craft and developed delicious products in our very own coastal paradise, you can look forward to original flavours just a stone’s throw from our luxury cottages in Padstow.
If you have ever been on holiday in Padstow before, you will have surely heard of Buttermilk confectionery. Artisan producers of the most incredible, melt-in-your mouth fudge and sweet treats imaginable, a visit here will only ensure one thing: a basket full of goodies. From crumbly caramel sea salt fudge to luxury chocolate honeycomb to nostalgic peanut brittle, you are sure to find plenty to make your stomach growl and your mouth water.
Boasting award after award, Padstow Brewing Company has seen oodles of success since they first opened their doors. And we totally understand why. Founded on a love of tasty traditional British ales, the brewing company has expanded their range of liquid greatness to include a wide array of styles, from the crisp Padstow Pilsner to the award-winning Smoked Stout to its SIBA-National Award Winning NEIPA. Visit their shop, or for a more hands-on experience, try out a tasting tour.
One for the coffee lovers! Grown from a deep-rooted passion for the very finest, hand-roasted coffees around, Padstow Coffee Company is every coffee connoisseur’s heaven. From your first morning brew in your private retreat to a little afternoon pick-me-up, a cup of Padstow coffee (expertly blended using ethically sourced beans) will treat your taste buds to an explosion of taste, sip after sip.
Think of Padstow, and you may not think of Padstow. But, bringing an Italian twist to our seaside town, Padstow Farm Shop sells their very own authentic Padstow Pasta. Made from home-grown durum wheat, mulled at the Cornish Mill and turned into pasta at the farm, these 100% whole-wheat pieces are a real treat, especially when cooking up a feast in your self-catering accommodation. The flour used to make the pasta is also supplied to Jamie Oliver’s restaurant, Fifteen, to make pizzas! Check out their shop for more locally-produced goods.
Should you fancy a stronger taste of Cornwall, look no further than Padstow Wine Company. Responsible for some of the most unique and dribble-worthy wines and spirits in the county (and beyond), this fantastic local business produces drop after drop of deliciousness. Well-known for their spirits as well as their wines, we particularly like their Padstow Gin made with the finest Padstow barley from the fields above St. George’s Well, and their irresistible Rhubarb Vodka.
What better way to round off your day of exploration than with a fine wine at your luxury cottage in Padstow? Adding another dynamic to Cornwall’s impressive variety of wine producers, Trevibban Mill is another of Padstow’s fantastic local producers. An award-winning vineyard known for its stunning collection of Cornish wines and cider, you are invited to enjoy a drink at the bar onsite overlooking 11,000 vines and 1,700 apple trees, or take one of their excellent guided tours and tasting experiences.