Molesworth Arms (Wadebridge)
Located in the centre of Wadebridge, one end of the famous Camel Trail that runs from Padstow, sits Molesworth Arms.
The Molesworth is the perfect base or stop over when visiting Cornwall for your golf tour with numerous golf courses only a short drive away. This is the perfect base for rounds at St Enodoc, Trevose, Merlin, Point at Polzeath and Lanhydrock.
Recently refurbished, the Molesworth rooms are light and refreshing, with comfy beds, power shower fitted bathrooms and complimentary cosmetics. The rooms have flat screen TV’s, tea and coffee, Cornish biscuits and free WIFI.
Downstairs sits the Molesworth Arms 3 bars. This beautiful yet rustic 16th century Cornish coaching inn that was named after the Molesworth family. Today the inn has preserved much of its original charm, with traditional hard wood panels, attractive stone work walls and two open fireplaces. Where better to relax after a tiring day on the links!
The rooms have been recently re furbished to a high standard. They are light and refreshing, with comfy generous beds, bathrooms with power showers, lay back baths, lots of fluffy towels and complimentary cosmetics. The rooms have flat screen TV’s, tea and coffee, Cornish biscuits and free WIFI.
Please note that the Molesworth Arms does have live music Friday and Saturday evenings till midnight.
Packages Including the Molesworth Arms
Town Centre Location
Tea & coffee making facilities
En-suite with power shower
- Twin or Double Room
- Single Bed Room
- Family Room
Breakfasts come with cereals, Cornish yoghurts, fresh fruit, juices, hand sliced ham, Cornish cheeses, croissants and danish pastries, toast and preserves, together with a full choice menu including traditional cooked Cornish breakfast.
Check In from 1400 / Check Out by 1030.
Prices stated are subject to change based on availability and time of booking
Located just inland on the Camel River estuary and once famous as a centre for wool production, Wadebridge is now a lively hub of the north coast. It’s the starting point for the most popular stretch of the Camel Cycle Trail.
The town also provides a stop off point for visitors heading for the North coast, famous for big surf and beaches. Here you’ll find all you need for a picnic, tonight’s dinner or something chic for the beach as the streets are full of independent shops and boutiques.
Wadebridge is perfect for a golf trip which encompasses being central or near to Padstow, Newquay, Bodmin, Camelford or Polzeath.