Wadebridge Town

Wadebridge is a bustling market town situated in North Cornwall. It has a population of 8000 which increases significantly during the busy summer season as more and more visitors choose the area as a holiday destination.

Wadebridge has a thriving high street and can boast the highest number of independent shops in the county which offers a unique and diverse shopping experience.

The town also benefits from the Camel Trail, a cycle route which runs along the River Camel connecting Padstow, Wadebridge and Bodmin and bringing additional visitors from both towns into Wadebridge.

Port Isaac, where the ITV Series Doc Martin was filmed, is only a 15 minute drive away if you enjoy a nice coastal walk.

Wadebridge is only a 10 minute drive from the harbour town of Padstow, which offers a fantasic atmosphere and unique shops surrounding the harbour.  Padstow is also home of Rick and Jill Stein's Seafood Restaurant for lovers of, well, Seafood really.

If venturing the other way from Wadebridge, you can explore the 150 square miles of moorland over Bodmin Moor, but be sure to take your walking boots and a camera as the views are breathtaking in places.

Wadebridge is also close to the popular surfing village of Polzeath which offers one of the finest beaches in Cornwall along with some stunning coastal paths for the those feeling more adventurous.

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