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St. Petroc's Bistro
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Reviewed April 14, 2013

I've just returned from a 3 night stay at St Petroc's, which was my 3rd stay in 4 years, and the standards have dropped over those years, the room we stayed in was supposed to have a new bathroom but the mirror was broken, there were boot prints on the tiles and large puddle under the bath. The room was very hot but we couldn't open the window as the kitchen staff smoke right next to the window. The TV was of a very poor standard the WIFI only worked now and then, the alarm clock was very dated. All in all the hotel could only be described as average, it's in serious danger of becoming an expensive B and B.

On the plus side the breakfast was excellent and the front of house staff were very helpful, the bed was comfortable.

  • Stayed: April 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank munsy_uk
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Reviewed April 3, 2013

We have had dinner here a couple of times before and today went for lunch. Excellent service and food as ever. We all had various steaks/beef which were all really good. The puddings were fantastic. The atmosphere is nice, quite smart but not too posh. The pre lunch drinks in the reading room also makes a good casual dining experience. To top it all, we sat next to a well known celebrity..

Stayed: April 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed April 2, 2013

Excellent food, excellent service. Only disappoints for me were crowds in Padstow which made finding a parking space a frustrating experience and lack of sea food on the menu. Traveling with a small child meant we couldn't visit the other Rick Stein restaurants which i think are more fish focused. Fabulous moules in tomato and chili to start and wonderful sticky toffee pudding to finish.

  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled with family
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Reviewed March 24, 2013

This was our first time to Padstow and we were not disappointed. Despite it pouring with rain for the whole weekend, it was the nicest short break away we've had probably ever in this country. St Petrocs is a delightful boutique hotel, delicious food, helpful staff, great parking and fabulous accommodation. Fresh milk and bottled water in the mini bar is complimentary. Our room, St Decamons, could not be faulted. We would definitely stay here again. During our visit to Padstow, we also enjoyed exquisite food at The Seafood Restaurant, Rick Steins cafe, deli and patisserie. My husband took the Original Fish Cooking Course at the cooking school and was very impressed with how much he learnt. Overall this really was a most enjoyable weekend.

Room Tip: St Decamons is a big room with lovely views of the harbour. Not suitable if you have limited mobility as there are a few stairs which are quite steep.
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank Cindy H
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Reviewed March 19, 2013

Our second winter break at this Stein hotel and bistro. Padstow is more and more influenced by the Stein brand and its business. RS is a welcome employer in this town and his influence and service culture is well in evidence in his properties and outlets whether purveying retail or food. St Decamons room is our favourite and has had a bath and bathroom makeover since our last visit. A standalone bath is now in the bedroom and a walkin shower are both in evidence. The staff here on reception, waiting staff in the bistro and those who service the rooms all appear to have caught the service culture. We like this. We will return again. Price is towards the top end but you can stay more cheaply and eat less expensive food within the Stein empire(s). What you pay for you get. Exceptionally fresh fish is prepared, cooked and served to thrill. Objective achieved.

Room Tip: Estuary views are at the top of the house - steep stairs if you can manage - but great to see the harbour and the tide moving
  • Stayed: March 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank DavidFBristol
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