The Old Coastguard
It really is one of Cornwall’s very best views. The kitchen is run by Tom Symons, who cut his teeth as Sous Chef at The Gurnard’s Head.
The day boats and trawlers of Newlyn tie up just two miles west of here. So you'd rightly expect their menu to have plenty of fish and seafood. But they don't underestimate the quality of Cornish beef and poultry, game from local estates and cheeses from some of Britain's best dairies.
The Old Coastguard restaurant has built the reputation of all of their kitchens on the maxim that the best things in life are kept simple. And it's truer than anywhere here in Mousehole.
This is a traditional Brasserie menu that takes good ingredients and gives them a very simple but classic treatment. A menu that changes a little through the seasons.
Yoga Weekend 2016
Dates: 11th - 13th November
Duration: 2 day, 2 night residential yoga workshop
Course: Leif Olsen has designed a weekend of classes that incorporate all the benefits of yoga; stretching, strengthening and toning the entire body but also calming the nervous system, cleansing the digestive system and boosting the immune system:
Friday evening will ease you into your weekend break; a relaxed practice to help let go of the comings and goings of your day-to-day life, to relax and reconnect with your body and breath. Saturday morning will be more dynamic, a flowing practice to energise and invigorate. Saturday evening will focus on strengthening poses and deeper stretches. Finally, Sunday mornings practice will give you the chance to bring the previous days work together and complete the journey.
Starting at £305 for residents and £100 for non-residents
Ale & Anchor - 9 - 11 September
To celebrate the end of summer. Ale & Anchor, previously known as Sea, Salts & Ale, promises to be a wonderful weekend for all ages, combining music, beer and family fun.
Ale & Anchor is very much a family-friendly weekend: alongside non-stop music there will be traditional garden games, face painting, a puppet show as well as stand-up comedy for adults in the afternoon. It will open on Friday evening at 5pm with the Mousehole Male Voice Choir after which there will be a showcase of Cornish bands and musicians throughout the weekend, finishing each night at 11pm.
There will be approximately 30 ales from Cornish breweries ranging from St Austell and Skinners, to smaller craft beers including biodynamic Cornish Crown and Harbour Brewing. Throughout the weekend there will be a barbecue that will cater for all, the restaurant will be open as usual.
Open between 5pm-11pm on Friday 9th September and 12noon-11pm on Saturday and Sunday 10-11th September. Entry is free of charge and open to all.