Acclaimed British chef Paul Ainsworth and his wife Emma opened the boutique hotel Padstow Townhouse in 2015, as they wanted to offer their diners at Paul Ainsworth at No.6 and Rojano’s in the Square somewhere to stay. The six-suite Padstow Townhouse, set in the Old Town, is the realisation of the couple’s dream place to stay. Each room in the adult-only hotel was decorated by Emma and interior designer Eve Cullen-Cornes. With an individual style, no two rooms are the same from the rich green fabrics in Toffee Apple, inspired by the gardens of local landmark Prideaux Place, to the sumptuously patterned Rhubarb & Custard in deep orange and reds. In typically playful style, the Townhouse’s guestrooms are named after traditional British sweets, and all rooms feature 40” curved televisions complete with Apple TV.
All guestrooms come with amenities from Cornish organic skincare brand Bloom Remedies. Created exclusively for Padstow Townhouse, the products include the Serenity Slumber body and hand lotion to help guests sleep. Spa treatments are available in-room and range from the ‘Island Escape’ 80-minute massage using warm tiger clam shells from the Philippines to the shorter 30-minute foot and leg massage designed to relieve the limbs of tired walkers.
Guests can take advantage of the Kitchen Pantry, a fully-stocked kitchen offering indulgent treats, savoury snacks and light bites, alongside wines and spirits and cocktail recipes, all available via an honesty box system. Breakfast is served at No. 6 and the property offers an all-day room service option as well as a picnic hamper service.