Relax in superb surroundings

A Bit About Camel Prospect

Camel Prospect makes the ideal holiday home from which to enjoy all the best aspects of a visit to Cornwall. Just three minutes walk from the centre of Wadebridge and yet secluded and quietly tucked away. Our holiday home has been finished to a high standard, is well-maintained and has lots of comfortable features for you to enjoy. Underfloor heating in the bathrooms, a mood lighting system in the living area and a Sony surround sound speaker system for the TV area to name a few. Private parking for two vehicles directly outside the house saves you having to carry your luggage and food shopping very far.  You will be supplied with fresh sheets and towels for everybody in your party to make packing for your stay nice and simple. Learn more about Camel Prospect on our accommodation page.

The Riverside Town Of Wadebridge

Wadebridge is a thriving riverside town with lots of independent shops and cafes to explore along a quaint pedestrianised high street. The cafes and bakeries in the town provide a great range of lunchtime options, from fresh Cornish pasties and cream teas to wholesome homemade soups and sandwiches.  There are also a host of restaurants, pubs and takeaways to choose from, all within an easy walk from the house. Whether you fancy an Indian meal, fine-dining in a fancy restaurant, a classy gastro-pub experience or a Chinese takeaway the town has enough choices to keep your taste buds smiling.  For the rare cases that you can’t find what you need at the shops in the  town centre, Wadebridge has the convenience of three supermarkets and a petrol station within a 5 minute drive of the house.  The town is also home to the famous Camel Trail where you can find easy bike hire for a truly stunning ride along the old railway line to Padstow. There are so many fantastic activity options and easy days out from a base in Wadebridge that we’ve had to create their own page for this which you can visit here if you want to learn more. You can also find out more about the town of Wadebridge and it’s amenities on our Get To Know Wadebridge page.

Explore The Magic Beaches

There are a host of Stunning beaches all within 25 minutes drive of Wadebridge. The nearest is Daymer Bay – just 5 miles away which sits at the mouth of the beautiful river Camel estuary. Polzeath beach with it’s awesome surf is only 7 from Camel Prospect and it’s definitely a favourite spot of ours to visit. One of the most beautiful beaches in Cornwall is Constantine which lies about 25 minutes away on the road to Padstow.

Holidaying in Wadebridge: 3 Top Cornish Attractions To Visit

Here are our latest 3 recommendations  for places to visit when staying in Cornwall. From a day out at one of the beautiful local beaches, a woodland cycle ride or a visit to a grand old manor house set in magnificent gardens and parklands!

Bedruthan Steps

This awe-inspiring stretch of coastline is home to a mighty cluster of rocky outcrops all set at the foot of a dramatic cove. A cliff walk here on a summer’s day is a truly unforgettable experience. For more on this amazing location check out the National Trust’s Bedruthan Steps web-site.

Lanhydrock House and Gardens

Lanhydrock house is steeped in history and character, made even more intriguing by it’s preservation of both the aristocratic living-quarters coupled with a look into the serving-staff’s way of life in the late 1800’s. The surrounding gardens top off the experience to make this a magnificent day out. Plus if you check out below they now have an awesome cycle trail ready for use…

Lanhydrock Cycle Trails

Cycle Trails Lanhydrock House CornwallThese are amazing cycle trails through the woodland grounds at Lanhydrock house. The designers have done a great job of catering for all abilities of cycling with an assortment of different coloured routes to choose from, to suite families and thrill seekers alike! There is a cycle hire centre if you haven’t got your own bikes with you and a fantastic cafe to recline to after the workout! Read about the day out we had on the cycle trails to learn more.

Christmas and New Year Walks On Bodmin Moor

A New Year Begins at Camel Prospect!

It hasn’t really felt like much of a Winter yet down here in Cornwall. We’ve had pretty mild times so far, and some lovely sunny days to enjoy a few strolls on Bodmin Moor over the  Christmas Period. That’s where we found the Cheesewring- an amazing outcrop of precariously balanced giant stones. In the next week we even got out on the Stand Up Paddle Boards and Kayaks which felt amazing in the middle of December!

We’re currently taking a lot of new bookings and enquiries for 2017 so  keep an eye on our calander as we update it and if there’s a date that you’ve got an eye just let us know and we’ll do our best to make sure you can come down when it suits you best.

Here’s to a great year of fun in Cornwall ahead for all our visitors!


Fantastic fun cycling at Lanhydrock!

We recently checked out the new cycle trails in the grounds at Lanhydrock house which opened this spring. What a fantastic afternoon! I was blown away by how magic it was to be weaving my way through the canopies of ancient woodland. The quality of the tracks was really high, with each journey feeling well thought out with beautiful views all the way. The designers have done a great job of catering for all abilities of cycling as well, with an assortment of different coloured routes to choose from. The main green trails, which are the entry level tracks, would make for the ideal family bike ride, whereas the various blue routes which branch off give the more adventurous spirits a good option for a little more speed. Then there are the red routes, which provide for the more experienced riders or any adrenaline junkies out there!

You can bring your own bikes in which case the trail is free to use, or if you want to hire bikes for the day or  half day there is a great new cycle hire centre at Lanydrock. There is a wonderful cafe to retire to after your exertions, serving up the wholesome lunches, cracking cakes, and cream teas which the National Trust do so well! And if after refueling you’re up for something a little different, there’s still the fairy-tale historic house to have a look around. Lanhdyrock house tells undoubtedly one of the finest preserved stories of life as it was a couple of hundred years ago that the country has to offer. All in all, I couldn’t recommend a visit highly enough- it was one of the most memorable adventures of 2014 so far!

Bluebell Season!

Its definitely a great time to be out on the trails around Wadebridge at the moment with all the spring flowers at their most majestic. I’ve been taking every available chance to explore the many networks of footpaths that shoot off from the Camel trail and I’ve been blown away by the colours I’ve been rewarded with! There are vibrant pinks, bursting yellows, and the snowiest whites. But more striking than all else are the carpets of bluebells that seem to inhabit every available stretch of woodland. Its a lovely time to be taking it all in.