Tucked away in the pretty hamlet of Penmayne that borders lush green pastures, Fiddlesticks is a short stroll from all the amenities of the Rock Road.
From Fiddlesticks you can amble down a country lane that brings you out onto the Rock Road in less than five-minutes. Here you can easily pop to the shops to pick up those holiday essentials or enjoy a relaxing walk down to the golden sands and calm estuary waters of Rock Beach.
Start your day with a stroll down to the nearby Lewis's Deli to pick up fresh bread for breakfast or grab some treats from the famous Malcolm Barnecutt's bakery. For a family beach day, take the footpath that winds down through the fields to the pretty beach at Porthilly Cove. At low tide this leads along to Rock Beach where you can explore the golden sand dunes and splash in the calm waters of the Camel Estuary.
For those who love to get out on the water, Rock Sailing Club and Camel Ski School are within easy reach of Fiddlesticks. You will be spoilt for choice with what to try first. Will it be wake-surfing, water-skiing, paddleboarding, sailing or even banana boating? You can also hop on the ferry to Padstow from Rock Beach and explore the harbour lined with cafés and independent shops.
Foodies will be in heaven here. The Dining Room is within walking distance and offers an intimate dining experience. Further down the Rock Road, choose from The Mariners in partnership with Paul Ainsworth, Four Boys Café or Upper Deck. For the best fish and chips in the local area, walk to Rock Fish and Chips, just minutes away.
To see the exact location of Fiddlesticks, take a look at the map below.
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