Our biased guide to eating out in Cornwall

13th July 2020

Following the Government’s #EatOutToHelpOut announcement, here’s our selection of special cafés, bars, restaurants and hotels to visit and support this summer. They’re all places we know well. Why? Because our Truro office designed them.

Graze and gaze at Watergate Bay

Check-in to Watergate Bay Hotel for a taste of the bay. Three nights, three restaurants, one magnificent ocean-view. Or sit on the beach, sand between your toes, and awe at the surfers while sharing fresh, artisanal pizza from Watchful Mary.

Refuel at Lanhydrock

With 10km of woodland cycle trails to explore, you’re bound to work up an appetite. Luckily the Park Café is open for takeaway. Remember to pack a picnic blanket…and book ahead.

Savour the beauty of Perranporth Beach

Cornish sunsets are best enjoyed from the Summer House terrace with fresh oysters and a crisp Muscadet.

Escape to Alcatraz

If oysters aren’t your thing, enjoy cocktails, coffee, feel-good food and relaxed company directly on Perranporth Beach. Not bad for a former WWII gun shelter?

Sample Cornwall’s heritage

Head to Heartland’s Red River Café for a traditional cream tea followed by a stroll around this tin mine turned award-winning cultural playground.

Be in the know before you go

Before you swap your kitchen for a café or your balcony for the beach, check the latest government advice along with this helpful guide from Visit England.

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