Powered by Camelot Media Ltd
Elba is 4 star accommodation situated off the Atlantic Highway (A39) in Whitecross, a rural setting just outside Wadebridge, close enough to walk into town yet far enough to be away from the hustle and bustle of a town.  Just 5 miles from Padstow, close to the Camel Trail and the Saint's Way, Elba's tranquil location, is an ideal base for tourers, sightseers, cyclists, ramblers, bird watchers and for business people visiting the area. Birds are encouraged to visit the garden; besides more common birds, guests enjoy spotting finches, woodpeckers and, regular visitors during the summer, a pair of red legged partridges.

The Royal Cornwall showground is within easy walking distance.  Elba has private off street parking where guests of Elba, visiting an event at the showground, may leave their car.

Your hosts, Chris and Ken aim to ensure you have a delicious breakfast and a comfortable stay so that you leave feeling you have been treated. Elba is proud to have been awarded with the coveted Kellogg's Breakfast Award.

Spectacular views of Padstow and the Camel Estuary as well as the hills of Rough Tor and Brown Willy can be enjoyed from the guest bedrooms. Elba's location means visitors are able to see stunning sunrises and sunsets on a regular basis. 

The Quarryman pub (recommended each year in the Good Pub Guide and AA Pub Guide), is a 5 minute walk away and offers something for everyone with prime sizzling steaks and seafood their speciality, vegetarian options are available. Wadebridge has a wide range of eateries ranging from Indian, Chinese, traditional fish & chips, tapas, tea rooms, restaurants and bistros, including celebrity chefs Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth in Padstow, Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac and Jamie Oliver at Watergate Bay.
Tel:      01208 814005
Email: 
info@elbabbcornwall.co.uk

Zooming in on our Website
Elba is 4 star accommodation situated off the Atlantic Highway (A39) in Whitecross, a rural setting just outside Wadebridge, close enough to walk into town yet far enough to be away from the hustle and bustle of a town.  Just 5 miles from Padstow, close to the Camel Trail and the Saint's Way, Elba's tranquil location, is an ideal base for tourers, sightseers, cyclists, ramblers, bird watchers and for business people visiting the area. Birds are encouraged to visit the garden; besides more common birds, guests enjoy spotting finches, woodpeckers and, regular visitors during the summer, a pair of red legged partridges.

The Royal Cornwall showground is within easy walking distance.  Elba has private off street parking where guests of Elba, visiting an event at the showground, may leave their car.

Your hosts, Chris and Ken aim to ensure you have a delicious breakfast and a comfortable stay so that you leave feeling you have been treated. Elba is proud to have been awarded with the coveted Kellogg's Breakfast Award.

Spectacular views of Padstow and the Camel Estuary as well as the hills of Rough Tor and Brown Willy can be enjoyed from the guest bedrooms. Elba's location means visitors are able to see stunning sunrises and sunsets on a regular basis. 

The Quarryman pub (recommended each year in the Good Pub Guide and AA Pub Guide), is a 5 minute walk away and offers something for everyone with prime sizzling steaks and seafood their speciality, vegetarian options are available. Wadebridge has a wide range of eateries ranging from Indian, Chinese, traditional fish & chips, tapas, tea rooms, restaurants and bistros, including celebrity chefs Rick Stein and Paul Ainsworth in Padstow, Nathan Outlaw in Port Isaac and Jamie Oliver at Watergate Bay.
About
Powered by Camelot Media Ltd
Tel:      01208 814005
Email: 
info@elbabbcornwall.co.uk