Bolingey InnPenwartha Road
Cornwall UK, TR6 0DH
- Mon:11am - Late
- Tue:11am - Late
- Wed:11am - Late
- Thu:11am - Late
- Fri:11am - Late
- Sat:11am - Late
- Sun:11am - Late
The Bolingey Inn offers a totally home cooked menu, fresh fruit and vegetables are grown locally so they can really celebrate low food miles and local suppliers.
Mike and Carol offer a full lunch and dinner menu along side a specials board which changes daily, this includes fresh local fish, and local reared pork and lamb.
Some of the highlights from the menu include dishes such as monkfish in a tarragon cream, salmon supreme with a parmesan and crab crust and whole baked gurnard in a lemon butter.
Due to it’s popularity booking is essential Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Guests will be spoiled for choice with 4 real ales on at any one time. Sharp’s Doom Bar is always on the bar along side 3 guest ales.
The Bolingey Inn oozes old world charm inside and out and the setting for the Inn is just beautiful within the village of Bolingey, it’s a real gem.
At The Bolingey Inn you are assured a warm welcome and a cold beer as the Inn has the Casque Mark of Real Ale Award, a must for all real ale drinkers.
The food here is freshly prepared using vegetables from Trevilley Farm just 3 miles away, they dont come much fresher than that!!
Serving fresh cooked to order meals using the best local ingredients with the Lamb used here is also a very local product coming from just across the road from Farmer Damions field.
In the warmer month’s Cream Teas and afternoon coffee are also available, perfect on the suntrap patio.
The Bolingey Inn is situated 5 minutes from the seaside town of Perranporth.
Whether you have just enjoyed a round of golf at the Perranporth Golf Club or a Scenic flight over the beautiful Cornish coast line from the Perranporth Aerodrome this Cornish Inn is a perfect place to stop of for a refreshing drink or meal
Inside 48 and Al Fresco 20.
Al-Fresco on the perfect suntrap patio.
Full wine list including Camel Vally Brut
Monthly Curry and Quiz Nights, Live Music and Two Beer Fesivals in April and October
We feature in 'The Hidden Places of Cornwall' and 'The Good Beer Guide'
Some of the highlights from the menu include dishes such as monkfish in a tarragon cream, salmon supreme with a parmesan and crab crust and whole baked gurnard in a lemon butter
Chick Pea and Mushroom Wellington Tarragon Cream.
Daily Specials Board
Childrens Menu, Childrens Roast, Highchair available, Family Dining Area
There are steps to toilet facilities.
Level access into the bar and restaurant.
On site parking available.
Designated Area Available Outside