The Pandora Inn
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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
, TR18 3AE
This is The Gurnard’s Head, a dining pub with rooms on Cornwall's Atlantic coast between St. Ives and St. Just, near the Minack Theatre, Zennor, Penzance and Newlyn.
Treen, Zennor, St Ives
, TR26 3DE
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.
Griggs Quay, Lelant, Hayle
, TR27 6JG
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
Sitting on the Sun Soaked Terrace with a large bowl of Mussels and a glass of crisp chilled wine you would be forgiven for believing you must be somewhere on the Mediterranean coast as you watch the sparkling sea and the Tall Ships bobbing in the harbour.
Charlestown, St Austell
, PL25 3NJ
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.
Trewellard Rd, Pendeen, Penzance
, TR19 7TA
Sat on Falmouth's famous Gyllyngvase beach, over looked by the imposing Pendennis castle with fantastic views of the lizard peninsula is the Gylly beach café. This family run award winning café is simply striving to serve the best locally sourced food in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.
Cliff Road, Falmouth
, TR11 4PA
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.
West PentireCrantock, Newquay
, TR8 5SE
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
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