5 to try: Coastal Food & Drink Hotspots
Here's our pick of cafe's, bars and restaurants with seaviews around Cornwall.
The Old Coastguard, Mousehole
Located on the edge of the pretty fishing village, The Old Coastguard offers views out towards the rocks of St Clements Isle, providing epic waves during stormy conditions. Take a walk around the harbour before returning to the bar for a warm drink beside a log fire, or even a meal? Come down at Christmas and enjoy the world famous lights that illuminate the harbour.
Sat Nav: TR19 6PR
The Steam Bar, Newquay
Overlooking the Great Western Beach, where allegedly surfing started in Cornwall. The bar of the Great Western Hotel offers both indoor and outdoor seating overlooking the sea. Watch the sunset on winter afternoons, or enjoy a breakfast before taking the dog for a walk on the beach below.
Sat Nav: TR7 2NE
The Beach at Bude, Bude
Situated above Summerleaze Beach with panoramic views of the sea, this bar buzzes at the weekend when there's often live music. Have a hot chocolate or a coffee with a shot of something warming. The food is pretty special to...
Sat Nav: EX23 8H
The Old Success Inn, Sennen Cove
You can't get much further west than this in Cornwall. The stunning beach at Sennen Cove offers fresh air and space on a winters day, or take a walk along the South West Coast Path towards Lands End. Whatever you choose, pop into the Old Success afterwards for a warming drink, a hearty meal or just a pint of good Cornish ale.
Sat Nav: TR19 7DG
The Gurnards Head, nr Zennor
You won't get seaviews, but this iconic inn on the coastal road between St Ives and St Just is a great retreat after a bracing walk amongst the cliffside mining remains of West Cornwall, or high on the rugged moors. For many years it has been the favourite haunt of rock climbers, these days it's also popular with diners who come from miles around to sample the award winning food.
Sat Nav: TR26 3DE