St Kew, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 3HB

01208 841259

www.stkewinn.co.uk

St Kew Inn

   The St Kew Inn nestles in the beautiful Parish of St Kew and offers everything expected of a traditional village pub. The tranquil location is the perfect setting to enjoy a glass of wine or a pint of beer drawn from casks available during the season.

   The St Kew Inn prides itself on the choice and quality of food all prepared in its renowned kitchen and it has four internal dining areas, cosy log fire and beautiful secluded gardens where you can soak up the Cornish sunshine.

   Well behaved dogs are welcome at The St Kew Inn.

St. Minver, Cornwall, PL27 6QH

01208 862772

www.fourwaysinn.co.uk

 

The Fourways Inn

   As you enter our Cornish bar, you will feel the warm and comfortable atmosphere along with a roaring log fire in winter, slate floors and low oak beams.

   They have a comprehensive menu to suit all tastes, including fresh locally caught fish and Cornish reared beef.

   Well behaved dogs are welcome at The Fourways Inn

Rock Road, St Minver, PL27 6PQ

01208 862228

www.pitymeinn.co.uk

The Pityme Inn

Chris & Jason invite you to come and join them at the Pityme Inn. Ideally located a mile from the beach at Rock this country pub offers real ales, great wines and a superb collection of gins. 

They have a delicious menu using locally sourced ingredients creating pub classics. Their aim is to deliver the perfect pub experience, with great food and a cosy welcoming atmosphere.

   Well behaved dogs are welcome at The Pityme Inn.

6 Beachside, Rock, PL27 6FD

01208 863498

www.therockinnrock.co.uk

The Rock Inn

   The Rock Inn restaurant located in Rock is ideally positioned beside the stunning Camel Estuary in Cornwall, and has both delectable dishes and scenic sights. Relish their signature dishes, such as Porthilly mussels in marinière sauce, as you watch the boats rock on Padstow Harbour.

   You have the option of eating on the deck or inside in their dining room.

   Well behaved dogs are welcome at The Rock Inn.

Slipway, Rock, Cornwall, PL27 6LD

01208 863679

www.paul-ainsworth.co.uk

The Mariners

   Paul and Emma Ainsworth relaunched The Mariners pub in Rock, Cornwall in May 2019. The 130-cover local, which looks over Cornwall’s Camel Estuary, is back open with a new menu and interiors to match.

   The Mariners is open daily, offering cream teas and all-day menu. Food is served across both floors, with the pub’s ground floor for walk-ins only and upstairs available to book. The menus focus on British classics while championing the best of local produce.

   Well behaved dogs are welcome on the ground floor at The Mariners.

Dunders Hill, Polzeath, PL27 6TG

01208 862371

www.oystercatcherpolzeath.co.uk

The Oystercatcher

   For classic pub food and spectacular sea views in Polzeath, our family friendly coastal inn, just 5 minutes from the beach, serves delicious dishes, from salads or burgers to moules frites, you’re in for a treat.

   Local, fresh Cornish fare, served in style in our homely pub or alfresco on our terraces whilst overlooking the incredible views. Situated close to the coastal paths, it is a perfect pit stop to refuel.

   Well behaved dogs are welcome at The Oystercatcher.

St Endellion,Port Isaac, PL29 3TT

01208 880164

www.trevathanfarm.com

Trevathan Farm

   Breakfast is served 9am – 11am, lunch served 12noon – 3pm.  Coffee, teas, soft drinks, homemade cakes and ice cream are available all day.

   Stay a while, enjoy the delicious home made food available in our family run restaurant.

   Traditional Sunday roast serving a choice of meats including home produced beef.

   Well behaved dogs are welcome outside, but must be kept on a lead.

Polzeath, Cornwall, PL27 6TB

01208 862931

www.surfsidepolzeath.com

Surfside Cafe and Bar

   Surfside is situated on the popular surfing beach of Polzeath, where the Camel Estuary meets the Atlantic Ocean, on the North Cornwall coast. Access to us is across the sand, making Surfside the perfect place to enjoy lunch, dinner, and a few drinks during a day on the beach, after a surf, or a walk along the coastal path. With an astonishing view of Pentire and Newland Island, we’re sure you won’t want to leave in a hurry.

  Surfside is open for lunch and dinner from Easter through to the end of October.

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