The Queens Arms is a traditional family friendly public house situated in the village of Breage overlooking the 15th century parish church, featuring beamed ceilings and three open fireplaces, it benefits from an additional dining room just off the main bar.
The Bowgie Inn and Restaurant in Crantock has stunning views overlooking Crantock beach and beyond, this destination Inn and Restaurant is a real find. Catering for all tastes and appetites we offer a traditional English menu, incorporating homemade dishes using prime ingredients.
A seventeenth century country inn originally a mine counting house. The Bolingey Inn is full of character and history.The pub has had many changes structurally and more landlords than can be researched. We hope you enjoy your visit and look forward to seeing you soon.
If your looking for a traditional pub, we're the place for you.A roaring log fire will warm you in the colder months. If the sun is shining we have a lovely patio, thats a great sun trap for outside dining. You can also choose between dining in the lounge bar, restaurant or the smugglers cellar.
The Driftwood Spars located on Trevaunance Cove is a diverse and versatile business offering a traditional pub, with food that has a touch of flair and innovation making the Driftwood a gastronomic destination.
Trevaunance Cove, Quay Road, St Agnes, Cornwall, TR5 0RT
Tel:01872 552428 (Call the number and mention Eat Out Cornwall)
For 20 miles around the Halzephron Inn is synonymous with good food, Winners of a bucket full of dining awards including Cornwall Dining Pub of the Year. Reservations in the evening are recommended in summer as it gets very busy. Lunches are popular with outside dining a real treat.
Formerly a 17th century watermill, the popular pub and restaurant has a long reputation for good beer, wines and food. Relaxed informal and un-pretentious, the menu contains many traditional and modern pub favourites.
Old Coach Road, Lelant, St Ives, Cornwall, TR27 6LQ
Tel:01736 757912 (Call the number and mention Eat Out Cornwall)
The Old Quay House is a traditional waterside Cornish inn with an outstanding setting at the head of the Hayle tidal estuary. With stunning views over the water, the Old Quay House makes a perfect spot for lunch, a delicious home- made evening meal or drinks with friends or family.
A 16th Century thatched Inn with family room and beer garden. This hidden gem is a grade two listed Cornish Inn which guarantees a friendly welcome, the freshest carefully prepared food and a wealth of real ales.
Rosewarne Manor is fairly unique in the area – a function venue with a new tea room & bistro called Squirrels, affordable bar dining area and a great venue for functions, business meetings and weddings.