The Rashleigh is an award-winning bed and breakfast situated in the famous fishing village of Charlestown, the set of Cornish favourite, Poldark. Fresh food and fine ales await, with a sun-trap beer garden offering the best of alfresco dining, just moments away from Charlestown’s iconic harbour and tall ships.
Where nature meets the city. When you’re sipping on a refreshing pint in Mill on the Exe’s tranquil, waterside gardens next to Blackaller Weir and the Millstone footbridge, you’ll forget you’re mere minutes away from Exeter city centre. This contemporary pub serves delicious dishes that pair perfectly with award-winning beers.
We are more than a restaurant and bar, Mickeys Beach is a state of mind. Michael Caines dreamed of creating somewhere special where we could all rediscover the social joy of dining by the sea in beautiful, informal surroundings, enjoying fabulous and fun food or maybe just settling in for just a drink or a cocktail and some delicious nibbles.
Meaning oak leaf in Old English, Àclèaf is Boringdon Hall Hotel & Spa’s 4 AA Rosette, Michelin-listed restaurant, run by Head Chef, Scott Paton. Promising guests an unforgettable gastronomic journey, Paton and team offer a four-course menu, with visually striking dishes that celebrate the highest-quality, seasonal ingredients, all sourced locally.
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.
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.
Just 300m from Par Sands, Howl Brewery offers a new experience in beer, pizza and adventure. Spend the day paddle-boarding and coasteering with our qualified Blue Dot Adventure guides, then wind down with one of our small-batch craft ales and delicious stone baked Neapolitan-style pizzas made with our homemade sourdough.
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.
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.
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
The Pier House is situated in prime position on Charlestown’s Georgian harbour, famous for its appearance in Poldark and other hit series. A popular destination for locals and visitors alike, the sea facing restaurant is warm and welcoming with a sunny terrace – perfect for dining and drinking alfresco.
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.
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.
Take sanctuary in this Taste of the West award-winning restaurant and enjoy fresh, local, seasonal produce while soaking in the unparalleled coast and country views.
Open daily from 9am for breakfast, lunch, coffee and cake, with every penny of profit helping donkeys and mules around the world.
Nestling in the heart of Branscombe, one of Britain’s most picturesque villages, is the Masons Arms. The authentic interiors of this 14th century inn ooze character, with timber frames, low beamed ceilings, and a huge roaring log fire. Switch off and relax in rural bliss at this proper country pub.
Set in Yealmpton, nestled inside the South Hams, the Rose & Crown is a fantastic village pub. Decorated with rich textures and colours, the inn is warmly elegant, offering cosy nooks and a roaring fire. Outside, the walled garden is an idyllic suntrap for dining alfresco as the sun sets.
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.
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!
Set against a spectacular panoramic ocean view backdrop, this is a glamourous Art Deco restaurant and bar perfect for sipping cocktails and enjoying fresh, local and seasonal produce. Enjoy light nibbles after a wander around the UK’s first National Marine Park or treat yourself to the Owner’s Choice wine recommendation with delicious food paring suggestions for something different.
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.
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!
Often referred to as ‘the Pearl of Dorset’, Lyme Regis is the home of the Rock Point Inn, which overlooks the Jurassic Coast. History seeps from the nearby cliffs, telling the tales of magical, bygone eras. Check into stunning bedrooms with contemporary interiors and dreamy, ocean views.
The Oyster & Fish House in Lyme Regis is arguably the most picturesque spot in Dorset to enjoy locally sourced fish and seafood. Renowned chef, restaurateur and food writer Mark Hix is known for championing British seasonal food so you can expect to find local, responsibly sourced ingredients on his daily changing menus. As the menu is based around what the local fishermen have caught, you can be assured of the freshest fish and seafood dishes.
The River Cottage Kitchen & Store is a light, welcoming space with glorious views for guests to visit and enjoy the high-quality seasonal organic food for which River Cottage is famous. Open 7 days a week, 9-5, serving breakfast, lunch, cakes and drinks along with the River Cottage organic products.
Situated in the heart of the picturesque town of Topsham, The Globe is a 16th century inn that oozes charm and character. Discover riverside walks, individual boutiques, local markets, and the famous Topsham outdoor pool, with the bright lights of Exeter just a short drive away.
Set in the heart of Hope Cove, a postcard-perfect seaside village nestled along South Devon’s coastline, you’ll find the Hope & Anchor. A mere stone’s throw from golden sands and jaw-dropping scenery, this magical bolthole offers accommodation that comprises individually designed boutique bedrooms overlooking the ocean.
Some say Totnes is the most eccentric town in the whole of Britain. The Royal Seven Stars is a characterful pub located in the vibrant town, just a stone’s throw from the River Dart, offering inventive twists on pub classics, with locally-sourced ingredients at the heart of every dish.
Darts Farm is a vibrant, nationally award-winning farm shopping experience, with a working farm at its heart.
Their food hall is brimming with incredible seasonal veg, handpicked from our fields each morning; our butcher’s counter is full of the beautiful, home reared meat and our deli sells the best local west country farmhouse cheeses. As well as this, we produce incredible English wine at our vineyard, and craft unique small batch cider in our on-site cidery. All of this is also used in our on-site restaurants!
It’s not just about the food though; we have our wellness spa along with home, lifestyle and gift departments; not forgetting everything you need to explore the great outdoors!
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.
Come and join us at Poco for a Taste of Italy by the sea in Lyme Regis. At our small, friendly restaurant overlooking the beach we pride ourselves on serving you a no-compromise, authentic Italian pizza. We use only the best ingredients, thoughtfully sourced, prepared by hand and served with passion.
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.
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.
Dukes is a Sidmouth mainstay – loved by the local community and visitors. The all day food and drink offering, and 14 en-suite rooms make it the perfect base for exploring the surrounding Jurassic Coast world heritage site – the ultimate seaside Inn.
Overlooking Brixham harbour, the Old Market House is the prime location for waterside dining. Tuck into succulent seafood and delicious pub classics in the cosy pub, or soak in the sunshine on a summer’s day with the pub’s outdoor seating, a great viewing deck for the boats in the harbour.
For quayside dining in the heart of Exeter, Samuel Jones is the perfect place to enjoy views of the River Exe over great food and drink. The pub’s steakhouse menu features a tantalising range of steaks and chops, bistro classics, alongside a revamped selection of mouth-watering puddings.
Situated at the very heart of Dartmouth, The Royal Castle enjoys a landmark location and fantastic views over the river Dart. This award-winning 17th century hotel is an iconic and unmissable building, the perfect place to enjoy delicious pub food and local ales by the waterside.