Episode 2: Cornwall and Devon Walks with Julia Bradbury
Beach | Dog Friendly | Featured | Outdoor Activities | Pub Accommodation | Walking | Posted 2021.01.08
More ideas for walking in Cornwall and Devon with Julia Bradbury on Wednesday 13 January at 8pm on ITV.
This time, Julia walks five miles along the stunning north Cornish coast, from popular and picturesque Padstow to the surfing hotspot of Trevone Bay. Along the way she comes across dramatic coastal landscapes featured in BBC drama Poldark, passes by some of the prettiest secret coves in the country, and gets up close to a herd of Fallow Deer in the historic Prideaux Estate.
To end her epic trek, Julia eats a special fish dish cooked on the beach by local chef, Jack Stein – the son of famous Padstow restaurateur Rick.
If you want to follow in Julia’s footsteps on this route, we recommend staying at the Old Custom House in Padstow. Standing on the quayside of this pretty medieval harbour, the Old Custom House is one of the finest buildings in the town. It is famous for its delicious food, award winning ales and stylish accommodation with wonderful views over the estuary. Each of the 23 en-suite boutique bedrooms blends character with contemporary design.
Stay in a Pub is a partner of The Outdoor Guide (TOG), an online resource set up by Julia Bradbury and her sister Gina that aims to bring together information for walks all around the UK. Together we work to inspire people to get out and explore our wonderful country and what better base than to stay in a great British pub.
Details of walking in Cornwall and Devon featured in the first episode (Land’s End) of the current series of Julia’s walks can be found here