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Restaurant Meudon

Embracing the lightness and simplicity of style that emerged with ‘new cuisine’ in the 1960s, our award-winning restaurant serves fresh produce, creatively prepared. Seasonal menus are based around locally sourced ingredients, cooked to preserve their natural flavours. The hotel’s proximity to the sea means that we place a strong emphasis on fresh fish and seafood, while our rural setting ensures a plentiful supply of locally farmed meats and seasonal game. Our passionate kitchen team even forage for ingredients on the hotel grounds.
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The Harbourside Refuge Restaurant and Bar

The restaurant and bar is located in the beautiful fishing village of Porthleven. Cornish heritage and gastronomic culture come together in The Harbourside Refuge by Michael Caines. You can’t help but be aware of the beauty and power of the sea when you come here. With good things to eat and drink coming from the Cornish hinterland, Michael Caines has created a special restaurant that celebrates Cornwall and its bounty
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The Cove

Nestled on the shoreline of Maenporth Beach, The Cove offers uninterrupted views across Falmouth Bay. A sanctuary from the bustle of reality, where you can enjoy lunch al fresco on an elevated terrace or wind down the day with the full dining experience. The Cove is an oasis of taste and visual beauty, easily one of the most picturesque spots to enjoy the real flavour of Cornish ingredients.
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Harbour Inn

An award-winning bed and breakfast in the pretty village of Porthleven on the Lizard Peninsula, the Harbour Inn is perched on the most southerly port in Britain. Renowned for its original charm, bustling harbour, and local cuisine, soak up the Cornish lifestyle from the pub’s boutique bedrooms.
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Old Custom House

Renowned for its medieval harbour, fishing boats and famous fish restaurants, a weekend break in Padstow is the perfect Cornish retreat. The Old Custom House sits proudly on the harbour front, serving local ales and delicious food. Stay in one of the boutique bedrooms and have fun exploring North Cornwall.
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Old Success Inn

The Old Success Inn overlooks the white sands and turquoise waters of Sennen Cove, providing somewhere to eat, drink or stay with magnificent views. Hire a boat and explore the coast, enjoy a surf lesson or chill out with a glass of something cold on the pub’s ocean-view decking.
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Pedn Olva

The Pedn Olva sits on granite rocks on the shores of St Ives, surrounded by beautiful beaches – the sea just thirty feet below. Sink into relaxation, with windows that frame turquoise and gold seascapes, and interiors that provide comfort and quality, for a tranquil night’s sleep by the ocean.
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Chain Locker

One of Falmouth’s oldest buildings, the Chain Locker is a proper Cornish pub on the harbour. The menu boasts catch of the day, and delicious pub classics, cooked using locally-sourced ingredients. The bar offers an incredible selection of ales, wines and spirits – perfect for get togethers with friends and family.
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The Oystercatcher in Polzeath is based in a renowned surfing destination, close to some of the most stunning spots in the county. Get together and tuck into hearty, homecooked food, drink local ales and soak up coastal views at this dog-friendly pub on the North Cornish coast.
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Port William

Trebarwith Strand is renowned as a surfer’s paradise, children’s sandpit and walker’s delight. The Port William is a coastal inn overlooking the beach near Tintagel, boasting front row sea-facing seats, alfresco dining, contemporary décor and a cosy woodburner to toast your toes beside after a long day walking.
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Watergate Bay Hotel

Watergate Bay Hotel is so close to the sea you can watch the surfers from the pool. Right on the north Cornwall coast, it’s about the balance in life: getting among the elements, eating and drinking well, having a good time with family and friends.
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Caffè Rojano

Caffè Rojano offers Brooklyn-inspired pizzas, Mediterranean-style small plates to share, homemade pasta and amazing Cornish produce cooked over fire. Led by Head Chef Sam Smith, Caffè Rojano is a fun and relaxed family restaurant with tables on two floors. We are open 7 days a week, offering our full menu from 12 noon – 9:30 pm. We also have a takeaway menu offering a selection of our pizzas and sides. A warm Caffe Rojano welcome awaits you and we look forward to seeing you soon!
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The Mariners

The Mariners is a proper British pub located beside the Camel Estuary in Rock, offering pub classic dishes, a Seasons menu, and fine ales from Sharps Brewery. Our menus have been designed by Paul Ainsworth and Head Chef Joe Rozier, championing the best of our local produce. We are open daily from 12 noon – 9pm, with reservable tables on both floors. Walk-ins are welcome but we recommend making a reservation, particularly during peak holiday and for our popular winter Sunday Roast lunches.
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Paul Ainsworth at No6

Paul Ainsworth at No6 is our 1* Michelin restaurant located in the heart of Padstow, and the flagship of The Ainsworth Collection. The restaurant features modern British cuisine with a focus on locally sourced Cornish produce. Guests can enjoy watching our chefs at work from the dining room, or experience private dining for up to 6 guests in Florence Parker. Guests can also relax with a pre-dinner cocktail or glass of champagne in beautiful CiCi’s bar, with reservations open to non-diners. A warm No6 welcome awaits you and we look forward to seeing you soon!

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