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Porthminster Kitchen, St. Ives

From the team that brought you the Porthminster Beach Café, Porthminster Kitchen in St. Ives continues the them... Read more

Best of Cornwall Travel Guide

The Best of Cornwall includes over 100 hand picked recommendations of places to eat, drink and visit. Each one i... Read more

Mevagissey, St. Austell

Mevagissey is an attractive village and fishing port five miles south of St. Austell. This was once the centre o... Read more

The Lost Gardens of Heligan, St. Austell

The Lost Gardens of Heligan is world-renowned and one of the most popular botanical gardens in England. The gard... Read more

Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen, Watergate Bay

Not much can be said about Jamie Oliver that hasn’t been said already but as for the concept of Fifteen, the C... Read more

Havener’s, Fowey

Havener's Bar and Grill is located on Fowey's quayside overlooking the calm river Fowey and Polruan. They offer ... Read more

The Blue Peter Inn, Polperro

Sitting on the harbour wall of the stunning village of Polperro, the Blue Peter Inn offers a warm welcome to all... Read more

Polperro

One of the most popular destinations in Cornwall, Polperro is a largely unspoilt fishing village on the southeas... Read more

Three Pilchards, Polperro

The oldest pub in Polperro, the Three Pilchards is situated on the quay where fish have been landed by local fis... Read more

Chapel House, Penzance

Chapel House is a luxurious B&B with six spacious double bedrooms looking out to sea. The rooms all boast hand m... Read more

The Ship Inn, Wadebridge

One of the oldest Inns in Wadebridge, the award-winning, 16th century Ship Inn has recently been refurbished and... Read more

The Sharksfin, Mevagissey

The Sharksfin is an excellent place to stop for a drink and quick bite to eat before exploring this picturesque ... Read more

The Boathouse, Newquay

With excellent views, this intimate and welcoming quayside eatery in Newquay is a firm favourite with those in t... Read more

Old Custom House, Padstow

Nestled within the harbour town of Padstow is the Old Custom House, a B&B and restaurant known for its excellent... Read more

Porthminster Cafe, St Ives

Porthminster beach is a short walk from St. Ives harbour and at this prime location is the award-winning Porthmi... Read more

Mackerel Sky Seafood Bar, Newlyn

In the heart of the fishing village of Newlyn lives a charming little restaurant on a humpbacked bridge, passion... Read more

Headland Hotel, Newquay

The pub serves lunch and evening meals, and also has seven rooms at reasonable rates. Their approach is to keep ... Read more

Halsetown Inn, Saint Ives

The Halsetown Inn is a cosy, quirky and traditional pub with an eco-ethos offering real ales and Cornish cream t... Read more

Goose Shed, Cornwall

Goose Shed specialises in original vintage interior designs, including a curated portfolio of furniture and recl... Read more

Stevenson Newlyn, Cornwall

Stevenson Newlyn is an impressive fishmongers that catches, lands and sells the finest fresh fish from Newlyn ha... Read more

Sandpiper Gallery, Mousehole

Run by Ben and Beccy Marshall, the Sandpiper gallery is an inviting space that exhibits beautiful paintings, pot... Read more

The Tinner’s Arms, Zennor

The Tinner’s Arms is a traditional pub that is the beating heart of Zennor, and is one of Cornwall’s hidden ... Read more

Rock Pool Cafe, Mousehole

The Rock Pool Café looks out over the intoxicating ocean and is the perfect spot to enjoy moreish cakes and lig... Read more

Gurnard’s Head, St Ives

A landmark pub almost at the edge of England, the Gurnard’s Head is your last stop for a pint and an open fire... Read more

Grounded, Truro

Small but well proportioned, Grounded serves up tasty treats such as falafels, fresh sandwiches, pastries and qu... Read more

Stein’s Fisheries & Seafood Bar, Padstow

Steins Fisheries was opened in 2012 in order to showcase the local Cornish seafood. As well as the fishmongery, ... Read more

The Ship Inn, Mousehole

Full of Cornish character and charm, the Ship Inn in Mousehole is a friendly pub with eight comfortable rooms of... Read more

Truro Arts Company

One of the largest arts and crafts suppliers in the South West, the Truro Arts Company is not just an art store ... Read more

Sam’s in the City, Truro

Sam's in the City began 25 years ago and has since opened restaurants in five locations around Cornwall. Now a s... Read more

The Tyler Gallery, Mousehole

Initially showing Essex Tyler’s distinctive raku pottery, the gallery is now one of Cornwall’s leading and m... Read more

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