Comforting dishes, deep-tissue massages and bracing beach walks with the luxury Cornish bolthole
London, November 2018… / This winter, Cornwall’s Padstow Townhouse invites guests to enjoy the ultimate self-care break away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The perfect place for some much-needed time out, the six-bedroom property, owned by Chef Paul Ainsworth, has launched a new menu of non-alcoholic cocktails while encouraging guests to head out on bracing beach walks, tuck into indulgent dishes and relax with calming in-room treatments. A true coastal escape, the luxury bolthole is where guests can switch off and spending quality downtime with friends and family and cosy up over a variety of thrilling board games, a movie or soothing bath.
With a highly skilled therapist on hand, Padstow Townhouse can arrange a variety of rejuvenating in-room spa treatments. Experience total relaxation with the Rest & Rebalance full body massage, which invokes a deep state of calm using a rhythmic blend of traditional Swedish and Hawaiian Lomi Lomi strokes. If the dwindling sunlight leaves guests in need of a recharge, The Energiser is a great option for tackling the aches and pains with a deep-tissue full body massage. Pressure is placed with trigger point techniques to unknot long-term areas of tension, reawakening muscles and breathing new life into aching limbs.
To cleanse from the indulgence of too much rosé over the long summer months and get a head-start on healthy new year resolutions, Padstow Townhouse has launched a range of non-alcoholic cocktails with delicious drinks including Spiced Mule with Seedlip Spice, Fever-Tree ginger beer and lemon juice and Garden Sour with Seedlip Garden, cider vinegar, lemon juice and apple juice. Available in the Townhouse’s pantry, guests can mix and muddle their own drinks as well as snack on local treats prepared daily.
Padstow is spoilt for choice when it comes to breath-taking walks, ideal for those wanting to explore the picturesque area and get some fresh country air. Padstow to Stepper Point is a particularly scenic route, offering far-reaching views over the mouth of the River Camel and the Doom Bar, passing by secluded coves, sandy beaches and incredible rock formations.
After a bracing walk, warm up with a comforting dish at Rojano’s in the Square such as the Roast chestnut mushroom Rigatoni pasta with spinach, crème fraîche, grated mace and aged Parmigiano-Reggiano, or, for something truly spoiling, dine from the à la carte menu at Michelin starred restaurant Paul Ainsworth at No.6. The Chicken ‘tournedos rossini’ with buttered hispi and roasting juices is not to be missed!
The final flourish in the self-care ritual at Padstow Townhouse arrives in the turndown service which includes a steaming flask of hot chocolate served with delightful homemade macarons.
Stays at Padstow Townhouse from £280 per room per night, based on two people sharing, including breakfast and VAT. To make a reservation email firstname.lastname@example.org , call 01841 550 950 or visit www.paul-ainsworth.co.uk
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About Paul Ainsworth
Paul grew up in his parents’ Southampton guesthouse, where he absorbed the flavours and stylings of his father’s traditional British cooking and his mother’s Creole-style creations, learned via her Seychellois heritage. Paul went on to study catering and hospitality at Southampton City College before taking a job at London’s Rhodes in the Square from 1998. Paul’s next position was at Gordon Ramsay’s eponymous restaurant in Royal Hospital Road for three years. After only a year and a half at the restaurant, Paul was part of the team that successfully achieved three Michelin stars, one his proudest moments to date. Following this outstanding accomplishment, he worked with Marcus Wareing at Pétrus and the Berkeley Hotel in Knightsbridge.