At the heart of the town, standing proudly overlooking the medieval harbour, is the Old Custom House, now a stylish and intimate inn.
Nestling within sight of the open sea at the mouth of the tranquil Camel Estuary, Padstow, in Cornwall, has always been a thriving fishing port and commercial centre for north Cornwall. At the heart of the town and overlooking the medieval harbour is the Old Custom House, now a stylish and intimate place to stay.
Standing on the quayside, the Old Custom House is still one of the finest buildings in the town. Today it is famous for its fine food, award winning ales, elegant, intimate accommodation and for its luxurious Beauty Studio.
The Old Custom House hotel has 24 bedrooms. As it is an old building, each room has a unique view and dimensions. There are a number of different styles of bedroom to suit your needs. All rooms are ensuite.