Food Temptation

The Polgooth Inn
(4 miles)

Enjoy top class food from an extensive menu packed with pub classics as well as seasonal signature dishes. This family run community pub has its own kitchen garden whose ingredients form the basis of the menu. They serve South west crafts, ales and bottled beers and have award winning wines from local and worldwide locations.

Useful links:
The Polgooth Inn – www.polgoothinn.co.uk


Lewinnick Lodge
(14 miles)

Specialising in Seafood, most sourced locally in Cornwall, at Lewinnick Lodge you can enjoy contemporary British cuisine made with fresh local produce. This is accompanied by a diverse wine selection that includes crisp wines, premium lagers, local ales and ciders. Experience spectacular sea views through floor to ceiling glass windows that let you take in Fistral beach as well as the ocean horizon beyond. The outdoor sun terrace means you can feel the refreshing sea breeze and breathe in the saltwater air whilst gazing at the ocean below.

Useful links:
Lewinnick Lodge restaurant – www.lewinnicklodge.co.uk/restaurant


The Plume of Feathers
(10 miles)

Choose between the contemporary cool setting of the restaurant or the homely feel of the traditional-chic of the original beams, oak furniture and wood burning stove. Either way you’ll enjoy fresh, expertly prepared delicious food in comfortable, relaxed surroundings, and a warm friendly atmosphere. Try one of their signature “Plume pies” for a hearty meal. You can enjoy cosy evenings by the roaring log fire in the Winter months, and take in the sun’s rays in the leafy beer garden during the long Summer days.

Useful links:
The Plume of Feathers restaurant – www.theplumemitchell.co.uk/restaurant


Melinsey Mill
(11 miles)

Discover this gem tucked away in a hidden valley in Veryan that combines Cornish eccentricity and charm. Enjoy hearty homemade traditional sandwiches and lunches in the surroundings of this restored 16th century water mill. In addition to savoury fare there is a selection of delicious homemade desserts to be tempted with. During the Summer months there is an outside eating area by the scenic pond where you can take in the countryside surroundings. In bad weather you can take refuge in one of the rustic shelters outside or enjoy the seating area inside the mill by the wood burning stove.

Useful links:
Melinsey Mill – www.melinseymill.co.uk