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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.
St Petroc's Bistro, Padstow, North Cornwall

North Coast > Padstow
St Petroc’s Bistro in Padstow is a beautiful rustic building with low wooden beams, winding stairs and cosy fireplaces. Enjoy the talents of head chef, Nick Evans, as he recreates some of Rick Stein’s favourite dishes.
Sardine Factory, Looe, Cornwall

South Coast > Looe
The Sardine Factory is a great spot for you to really be able to make the most of local cuisine, whether you’re joining us for breakfast, a light lunch, dinner with friends or family, a romantic night out or a big celebration.
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.
The Old Coastguard Hotel, Mousehole, west Cornwall

West Cornwall > Mousehole
The Old Coastguard is beautifully positioned above the rocks in Mousehole, west Cornwall with some of the best Cornish views. Boasts a menu that changes a little through the seasons.
Camel Valley Vineyard, Bodmin, Cornwall

Cornwall
 Award winning Camel Valley Vineyard, in Bodmin, Cornwall, produces red, white and sparkling wines. Tours, tastings, wine by the bottle or glass are available.
The Working Boat Pub, Falmouth, South Cornwall, Food & Drink

South Coast > Falmouth
Seas the day at The Working Boat, a proper pub on the waterfront where you can sink a few on Cornish time whilst admiring the view across Falmouth harbour. 
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.