Whatever you crave, Cornwall will delight you
Why not try some lobster at Rick Stein’s famous seafood restaurant or visit Fifteen, Jamie Oliver’s inspiring restaurant with its innovative menu produced by talented chefs? Or for a simpler pleasure, you can always sample the famous Cornish pasties or ice cream. The dining options in this part of Cornwall are out of this world, you’ll be spoilt for choice!
Set in a stunning location overlooking the harbour & bay in Charlestown, they're a bar and restaurant specialising in craft beers, local steaks and seafood. Perfect for catching up with family and friends after a day spent beach-hopping!
Charlie's Boathouse is an intimate and bustling family-run restaurant situated in the heart of Charlestown. They are open all day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can come for coffee and cake any time of day, or maybe a glass of Prosecco with your eggs Benedict! Their decking and garden is beautiful in the summer with views that look out to sea.
In neighbouring harbour Charlestown, with it's piratey feel and large wooden ships, Wreckers is just a 5 minute drive from our luxury villas at Trewhiddle. With a cosy interior and a deliciously fresh menu, this coastal restaurant is perfect for family occasions and celebrations. Their daily specials are delicious and the selection of homemade desserts on view certainly whets the appetite!
The Kingswood Bar & Restaurant
For a convenient, casual dining experience, The Kingswood Bar and Restaurant is located just 5 minutes from Trewhiddle Village. This friendly family-run restaurant offers a fantastic range of reasonably priced dishes, all made from delicious locally sourced produce.
Inside you'll find comfortable, relaxed surroundings, and a warm friendly atmosphere; a great place to meet for a chat over a glass of wine or a pint or two, a quick lunchtime bite to eat, or a long lingering dinner with friends and family. You can enjoy cosy open fires in the winter months, and the summer overlooking stunning views listening to live music in our beer garden.
Found in the centre of St Austell, serving great food, coffee, wine and good beer - expect hearty burgers, decadent shakes and sumptuous roasts.
Sams On The Beach
Located just 20 minutes from the hideaway haven of Trewhiddle, this incredible beachfront eaterie is accessed via a meandering countryside lane which opens out onto a spectacular coastal panorama. Sams is just footsteps from the sand and boasts a light and airy interior with huge floor-to-ceiling windows that perfectly frame the sea view. With seafood to die for, the best wood-fired homemade pizzas and a fantastic array of local fayre on the extensive menu, Sams is an ideal place to sit back, dine and relax.
PENTEWAN & PORTMELLON
HUBBOX is an essential stop-off for amazing American inspired street food & great drinks. They have an extensive menu of award-winning burgers made using 21 day dry-aged Cornish rare breed beef and hot dogs produced in the UK using 100% free-range oak smoked pork. They also stock a great selection of craft beers; on draught, in bottles or in cans, as well as a choice of Origin coffee, special recipe malt-shakes and soft drinks.
Offering a wide range of home-made cakes, flapjacks, brownies and tray bakes. There's also freshly baked croissants or pain au chocolate and delicious coffee. Also serving delicious, organic salads to complement the home-made savoury tarts or award winning pasties - all to be enjoyed in the seating area which overlooks the water.
Jamie Olivers Fifteen Cornwall
Situated in a stunning location overlooking the sand at Watergate Bay, the restaurant offers modern, Italian-influenced dishes, using seasonal ingredients from the local area. Combine the stunning sea views, the relaxed and friendly atmosphere and a spectacular menu and you’re in for a dining experience to remember.
The Seafood Restaurant in Padstow is Rick Stein’s flagship eatery. The restaurant offers a vibrant and relaxed atmosphere along with a menu consisting of simple seafood dishes using the very best local produce, that is often landed right on the doorstep.