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The Beach Hut, Watergate Bay, Eating Out Cornwall

North Coast > Watergate Bay
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, The Beach Hut is one of the best beach-side hangouts on the north Cornwall coast. Walk off the sand, straight to your table. Rarely quiet, it’s a vibrant place where the buzz of conversation rivals the sound of the sea.
Oystercatcher Bar, Polzeath, Cornwall

North Coast
The Oystercatcher Bar overlooks Polzeath beach, North Cornwall. The bar is popular with visitors and locals alike, offering a very friendly welcome to all. Large car park. Comprehensive menu and amazing view of one of Cornwall's finest coastlines. 
The Cornish Barn, Artist Residence, Penzance, Cornwall, eating out

West Cornwall > Penzance
The Cornish Barn is a rustic restaurant, bar and smokehouse serving a wholesome menu with a focus on fresh Cornish produce – all helped along by craft beers and wines from local independent vineyards.
Driftwood Spars Pub, St Agnes, Cornwall

North Coast > St. Agnes
The Driftwood Spars at St Agnes is many things, but it comes into it’s own as a pub. There are 3 cosy bars with wood burning stoves and a fantastic selection of alcohol, gaining full marks in inspections over the past 4 years.
The Captain's Table overlooking St Michael's Mount

West Cornwall > Marazion
The Godolphin Arms is on the water’s edge of Mount’s Bay along a two mile stretch of beach in Marazion, West Cornwall. It overlooks the iconic St Michael’s Mount, boasting one of the most magnificent beachside views in the country.
Rick Stein's Fish, Falmouth, Cornwall

South Coast > Falmouth
Classic fish and chips are at the heart of the menu at Rick Stein’s Fish in Falmouth using cod, haddock and local fish like hake and lemon sole. Enjoy lunch or dinner in the restaurant or their extensive takeaway menu.
Zacrys Restaurant, Watergate Bay, Newquay, Cornwall

North Coast
Zacrys Restaurant at the Watergate Bay Hotel is named after the square, rocky outcrop that lies out to sea between Watergate Bay and Whipsiderry. The interior style blends Cornish attitude with a classic brasserie, while the food draws on international influen