Nestled above the cliffs of Pentire Headland, looking out across the mighty Atlantic, The Lewinnick Lodge has probably one of the best coastal views anywhere in the county. Serving modern British food with an emphasis on fresh fish, the Lodge has long been established as the premier location to enjoy fine Cornish fare and hospitality.
The Lookout restaurant at Retallack Resort & Spa welcomes both resort guests and visitors and serves lunch and dinner in a beautiful setting with roaring fire for Winter warmth and floor to ceiling windows letting the Summer sunshine flood in.
@ Retallack Resort and Spa, Winnards Perch, St Columb Major, Wadebridge, Cornwall, TR9 6DE
Tel:01637 882400 (Call the number and mention Eat Out Cornwall)
Welcome to The Bay Restaurant. Open all hours, whether you are looking for a leisurely breakfast a relaxed lunch a delightful afternoon tea or a brasserie dinner. Or just pop in for a coffee and sandwiches and sit in our light airy restaurant with sweeping views across Mounts Bay. With two AA rosettes for culinary experience for 9 years, there’s not a lot we’re not prepared to do for our diners.
@ Hotel PenzanceBriton's Hill, Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 3AE
Tel:01736 366890 (Call the number and mention Eat Out Cornwall)
Enjoy superb freshly-cooked food made using local produce in our newly restored Irina's restaurant whilst also enjoying the equally superb panoramic views over Tintagel Castle. Weather permitting, you can also eat & drink al-fresco on the Camelot Castle Hotel terrace.
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.
The perfect location for the intrepid explorer, artistic muser or fatigued city-slicker, The Plume of Feathers in Cornwall combines the luxury of a modern getaway with the historic beauty of a 16th Century coaching inn. Set in the picturesque village of Mitchell, in the heart of the Cornish countryside, The Plume beautifully bridges the gap between a traditional Cornish dining pub and luxury B&B - boasting a soul-warming menu, as well as designer bedrooms filled with homely comforts