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Gastropub
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“The food here is really good. you can eat in the bar area or the restaurant, both have great view out to sea and looking back across Fistral beach. There is also an outside seating area for when the weather is fine and the wind isnt blowing.”
  • 57 locals recommend
Pub
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“This famous pub is a bit tucked away but worth finding. .Food is very good and it's in a lovely historic setting.The building is very old and the views across the creek are wonderful.You can even moor your boat at the jetty!”
  • 45 locals recommend
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Gastropub
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“Pub along the Helford River from Falmouth. You can walk to it along the coast path (10 miles).”
  • 36 locals recommend
Bar
“aside from being one of the only pubs truly on the beach in this country, the watering hole get a great selection of bands and run a good events calendar through the year, so worth checking whats on. ”
  • 35 locals recommend
Bar
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“always our first stop for a Sun downer when we arrive. cocktails, ciders/beers burgers cake and coffee”
  • 28 locals recommend
Café
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“Just because it is simply the most amazing food made by owner and been there since day one. Can be a wait but order early and say time you’d like to pick up. (Keep it to yourself) Plus you can get ice- cream in the day! ”
  • 31 locals recommend
Bar
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“Cooked on an over an open fire with a "nose to tail" philosophy, meaning hand picked daily menu, ensuring the whole animal is used and everything is as fresh and seasonal as it can be.”
  • 25 locals recommend
Café
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“Serving food throughout the day, and often with live music at night, this place is always busy. The beach is family friendly too.”
  • 20 locals recommend
Bar
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“Another unusual one.Its like a library with alcohol, and none the worse for that.Unless you've sampled too much of the alcohol.You can never have enough of a good book though!Nice cafe adjoining too.”
  • 29 locals recommend
Bar
“Wonderful for drinks at sunset, with unbeatable views over Trebarwith Strand beach. Food can be hit and miss, so don't expect too much......”
  • 32 locals recommend
Pub
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“Good cosy pub, on a sunny day nice places to sit outside looking at the boats.”
  • 26 locals recommend
Bar
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“Hands down best cocktails in town in this tiny lovely bar with friendly staff. ”
  • 26 locals recommend
Bar
“Charming and very old pub (some parts are over 700 years old) in the picturesque village of St Ives on the coast road running from St Ives to Sennen. Lovely big fireplace to cosy up against when it's lashing out! In good weather there is also a nice pub garden. Wonderful coastal walks nearby too. ”
  • 29 locals recommend
Seafood Restaurant
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“A family favourite! Amazing fresh sea food! No bookings taken so rock up! Grab a cocktail and wait to be seated! Early dining is recommended in peak season”
  • 21 locals recommend
Beach
“Lusty Glaze beach was crowned Beach of the Year 2017 by the The Times and The Sunday Times. And although privately owned the beach is fully open to the public at no cost. At the heart of the Lusty Glaze resort lies the bar and restaurant, relaxed, intimate and friendly with gasp inducing views and sunsets you can enjoy many culinary delights year round either by the roaring log burner or in the afternoon sunshine. For those looking for a little more adventure on their visit to the cove, The centre located down on the sand provides activities both water and cliff based! From surfing to abseiling and much more in-between, so for a fun filled day or even a team building exercise this centre is the place for you.”
  • 23 locals recommend
Bar
“One of Rick Steins establishments two and a half miles down the road from Padstow in a village called St Merryn. Has its own car park and no need to book as they'll find you a table tout suite. Enjoy their simple pub food menu or wood fired pizza in the beer garden and some of the finest Cornish Ales from St Austell brewery, and a selection of fine wines for the Ladies.”
  • 26 locals recommend