Leave the car behind and step onto one of our pedestrian Ferries, Black Tor I or Black Tor II. The Ferry service is a continuous service operated 364 days a year.
We have car parks boasting the best views of the estuary and harbour. Our machines are able to take contactless payments and offer weekly rates so there is no need to keep returning to your vehicle to purchase tickets (weekly rates do not guarantee a parking space).
Newquay Airport is approximately 11 miles away making Cornwall and Padstow even more accessible. Skip the traffic jams, help ease congestion and book a flight from any of 33 destinations. Taxis and Hire Cars are available, and the Newquay coastal bus route also stops at the airport.
Unfortunately, the Padstow Railway is long gone but frequent trains into Bodmin Parkway allow access to an hourly bus timetable leaving the station approximately every 10 past the hour.
Various busses around the county visit Padstow but if you head for Bodmin, Wadebridge or Newquay, they will offer the most frequent services into Padstow.
In our personal opinion, the Camel Trail is one of the most beautiful and scenic cycle trails, delivering you straight into Padstow. Bring your own bike or hire a bike from a variety of cycle hirers.
The Southwest Coast Path and the Saints Way both offer memorable walks into Padstow. The SW Coast Path does exactly what it says on the tin and follows the breathtakingly dramatic path along the estuary into the town. The Saints Way is the probable route of early Christian pilgrims from Fowey to Padstow, offering more of a sheltered yet strikingly impressive option. Both are deserved of a rewarding fine Cornish delight.