WITH OUR SUPERB SPOT OVERLOOKING THE ESTUARY, ROCK AND PADSTOW WE’RE WELL PLACED TO SHARE A FEW STORIES ABOUT LIFE WHERE THE RIVER CAMEL MEETS THE ATLANTIC.

BROWSE OUR GROWING LIST OF ARTICLES FOR LOCAL IDEAS AND INSPIRATION AS WE CELEBRATE OUR AMAZING SURROUNDINGS.

  • Keeping it Cornish

    Keeping it Cornish

    Wherever possible, we support local. We scoured the oceans and the valleys of Cornwall, handpicked our favourite suppliers and have been serving their produce ever since. The Duchy is home to a smorgasbord of locally brewed, grown, picked, harvested and tended produce, and many of the items on our menu come from within a stones throw of our cafe. Eat… …Read More »
  • Stargazing Scenes and Swimming Spots

    Stargazing Scenes and Swimming Spots

    As a county we are undeniably lucky when it comes to areas of outstanding natural beauty. Wild swimming and searching for shooting stars are up there with a few of our favourite things to do, and below we’ve compiled a list of our favourite places that double up as ideal swimming spots by day, but also boast starry scenes at …Read More »
  • How to Survive the Winter Months in Cornwall

    How to Survive the Winter Months in Cornwall

    We know that most people’s Cornish dream is one of sandy beaches, turquoise waters and wall to wall sunshine, it’s ours too, but we are also ready for what winter has to throw at us. It isn’t all mizzle, doom and gloom; there’s nothing more spectacular than a crisp, January day spent on the beach with that cold, winter sun …Read More »
  • Christmas In Padstow

    Christmas In Padstow

    Christmas in Padstow It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The streets are sparkling, the knitted jumper game is strong and our restaurant is packed with happy, smiling faces. It can only mean one thing, Christmas is finally upon us in Padstow and we have welcomed it with open arms, a winter menu and plenty of bottles of bubbly. …Read More »
  • The Green’s Cornish Bucket List

    The Green’s Cornish Bucket List

    Cornwall leaves you spoilt for choice of things to do and see. When we decided to compile our ultimate bucket list of Cornish experiences we quickly realised we could go on and on… Below we’ve chosen our top 10, and decided to leave the rest up to you!   Go dolphin spotting It’s a magical, memorable moment, whatever your age. …Read More »
  • A Life Outdoors

    A Life Outdoors

    Cornwall is arguably one of the most beautiful spots in the UK (and quite possibly, the world). Every area of the county boasts something different; from towering cliffs and giant rock pools to wooded valleys and gently meandering rivers. The cycle paths, surf schools, cliff top routes, sandy beaches and delicious eateries mean that when in Cornwall, you’re rarely bored …Read More »
  • Autumn Activities in Padstow

    Autumn Activities in Padstow

    Just because the summer has come to an end, it doesn’t mean there aren’t still plenty of fun things to do in Padstow! In fact, we are getting out and about more than before! Walks along the estuary, wildlife watching, cycle rides and of course, mini golf in our back garden. If you’re at a bit of a loose end …Read More »
  • The Golden Season

    The Golden Season

    It’s finally our favourite time of the year; glorious sunsets ending warm days, pumping swells reaching our shores, lazy lunches on quiet Sunday afternoons and a little bit of normality is restored in The Duchy after a busy summer season. That’s right, Autumn is here and we barely even noticed it sneaking up on us. If you’re feeling the summer …Read More »
  • Reasons to Take the Plunge

    Reasons to Take the Plunge

    Cornish life is dictated by the sea; the tides, the surf conditions, the mood of the day. With a view like ours, it’s impossible to forget the ocean and our work days pass with a soundtrack of seagulls and the scent of salty air. The summer months bring swims before work, dog walks along the tide line at dusk and …Read More »
  • Green’s Top 5 Dog Walks in the Area

    Green’s Top 5 Dog Walks in the Area

    Cornwall is doggy-heaven. Open expanses of sandy beaches, all the sticks in the world to play fetch with, plenty of rivers and shorelines to splash around in and best of all most of the shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants openly welcome and look after our furry friends – from dog treats on the bar to bowls of water at every …Read More »