Eating Out

  • The Old Inn & Restaurant Paw

    St Breward (01208 850711) – family and dog-friendly, and only a short walk from Sandy Barn Cottages! A mouth-watering selection of traditional and more sophisticated dishes. Try the Moorland Grill if you dare. Fabulous Sunday Carvery served from midday till 9pm and constantly topped up so always fresh. New addition of a help-yourself Salad Bar too so lots of choice and selection.

  • The Blisland Inn Paw

    Blisland (01208 850739) – regular CAMRA Pub of the Year winner with an amazing selection of real ales, ciders and lagers. Home-cooked food in a very quirky Cornish village pub.

  • St Mabyn Inn

    St Mabyn (01208 841266) – traditional Cornish pub with separate restaurant menu serving local steaks and grills.

  • St Tudy Inn

    St Tudy (01208 850656) – Gastro pub known more for its food than a place to pop for a drink, specialising in fish.

  • Earl of St. Vincent

    Wadebridge (01208 814807) – Traditional pub food but your surrounded with an amazing array of clocks!

  • The Red Lion Paw

    St Kew Highway 01208 841271 – delicious menus, using the very best local produce and a very good selection of southern hemisphere specials from this Australian landlord team.

  • St Kew Inn

    St Kew (01208 841259) – A lovely, well thought out menu, with English dishes, and with a new slant to them, presented in a modern yet traditional way.

  • Trattoria

    Tredethy House, Helland (01208 851707) – something very different. Excellent Italian food in an imposing country house setting. Open Friday and Saturday evenings during the Summer season only.

  • Sams on the Beach Paw

    Polkerris (01726 812255) – intimate and amazing. Just eight tables in the old lifeboat station right on the beach. Fabulous food. Absolutely delicious!

  • The Seafood Restaurant

    Padstow (01841 532700) Rick Stein’s famous Padstow restaurant which is as popular as ever. Booking well in advance is highly recommended.

  • Sagor

    Wadebridge (01208 812500) – quality Indian restaurant overlooking the Camel River.

  • The Ring ‘O’ Bells Paw

    St Issey (01841 540251) – The pub grows its own vegetables and salad to use in its traditional food, and also rears pedigree Berkshire pigs for its second-to-none Sunday Lunch.