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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
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
, TR5 0RT
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
The Beachside Lounge offers stylish dining in the most beautiful setting with amazing sea views. An ideal location for your wedding reception or private parties. In Our stylish, contemporary bar with comfortable couches and a well stocked bar makes an ideal watering hole.
On the Beach@ Praa Sands, Marazion
, TR20 9TQ
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
A unique dining experience unmatched anywhere else in Cornwall. This tiny little castle between Redruth and Camborne is owned by the Sawalha family and serves up tasty Middle Eastern cuisine and mezze in the granite surrounds of a 500 year old building. The views are amazing and welcome is warm. Booking is essential so call and experience Carn Brea Castle for yourself, an experience not to be missed!!!!.
Carn Lane, Carnkie, Redruth
, TR16 6SL
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
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.
Pentire Headland, Newquay
, TR7 1QD
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.
, TR13 9PD