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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.
Gwinear Road, Conner Downs, Hayle
, TR27 5JQ
The Turks Head Inn is a beautiful, typically Cornish public house dating from around 1233, making it Penzance’s oldest pub. The award winning menu here offers Great British Classics cooked with care using good local ingredients.
49 Chapel Street, Penzance
, TR18 4AF
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.
, TR12 7QB
Come and enjoy the cosy, intimate atmosphere of one of Newquay’s best-loved fish, seafood and steak restaurants. Combining the best in Cornish food, wine and beer, we know you’ll enjoy what our chef Chris, has to offer.A true Cornishman through and through
26 Cliff Road, Newquay
, TR7 2ND
Since opening Kota has been the proud recipient of multiple awards including 2 Rosettes by the AA, a Bib Gourmand from The Michelin Guide, as well as being recognized by many Eating Out guides.
Harbour Head, Porthleven
, TR13 9JA
The Plume of Feathers - restaurant, pub and bed and breakfast accommodation - is located in Mitchell, Cornwall, within close driving distance of Newquay (including Newquay Airport) and Truro.
, TR8 5AX
Welcome to the only Portuguese Restaurant in Newquay specialising in Chicken Piri Piri, fresh local fish and speciality dishes. All our recipes are traditional and cooked to order. We also specialise in Portuguese wines, beers and spirits.
10 Cliff Road, Newquay
, TR7 1SG
Picture yourself sitting on the banks of a Cornish Canal, warm rays of sunshine and a plate of fine local food in front of you, and you’ve just placed yourself at the Olive Tree. This cafe-bistro is perfectly situated, overlooking Bude Canal, making it a must-visit for alfresco dining in Cornwall.
Lower Wharf, Bude
, EX23 8LG
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
, TR27 6LQ
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.
Penwartha Road, Bolingey, Perranporth
, TR6 0DH