29 October 2019
Five of our favourite places to eat in West Cornwall
Tuck into delicious food from land and sea in a few of our favourite pubs and restaurants
Cornwall is renowned for its pasties, cream teas, seafood and more - and has definitely made its mark when it comes to food.
With top chefs and fantastic local produce, you'll definitely want to get a true taste of the county by visiting a few of our favourite local spots.
The Logan Rock Inn, Treen: This 16th-century village pub is one of the closest to our cottages and is just off the South West Coast Path. Its location is perfect for visiting its namesake, the Logan Rock, a precariously balanced rock that towers over Pedn Vounder beach and can be viewed from Porthcurno and The Minack Theatre. Stop by this cosy pub for a delicious a Sunday Lunch, a great selection of Cornish seafood, pub classics and Cornish ale. Be sure to keep an eye out for their featured dish too!
The First & Last Inn, Sennen: Previously a haunt for smugglers and ship-wreckers, this 17th-century pub is (as the name states) the first and last in Britain. A great family pub, with a warm and welcoming atmosphere, this is a great stop for a hearty meal, with a selection of classic dishes. Throughout the week there are a variety of offers including Steak Thursdays & Curry Fridays.
The Old Success, Sennen Cove: Located metres away from the beautiful golden sand stretch of beach that is Sennen, the Old Success is a great spot for coastal dining. With an award-winning Sunday Roast, you'll definitely want to make a stop here after working up an appetite. This family-friendly pub serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and is also dog-friendly - so you can also bring your pooch along!
The Mexico Inn, Longrock: The perfect pub for "eaters, drinkers, walkers, windsurfers, cake addicts, real ale fans, dog lovers, caffeine fiends, locals, visitors, families and friends", this village pub is laid back and has something for everyone. Whether you are in search of a three-course dinner, fish and chips, a light bite with a bottle of wine or a large slice of homemade cake, the regularly updated menu will be sure to please. There are also plenty of weekly offers and events too!
The Godolphin, Marazion: Perfectly located opposite St Michael's Mount, this restaurant is a great spot for breakfast, lunch, coffee and cake and dinner. Get there nice and early and enjoy watching the sunrise over Mount's Bay in the winter while tucking into a Cornish breakfast, waffles or shakshuka. Head over for lunch or dinner and you'll find a great selection of Godolphin favourites, seasonal dishes and small plates.