Inns with rooms
Cadgwith Cove Inn TR12 7JX
The inn is 300-years old and is steeped in fishing and smuggling adventures. The fresh fish is literally straight off the boats. Music nights - learn to singalong with fishers of men and Poldark folk.
01326 290513 cadgwithcoveinn.com Photography: Copyright ©William Fricker Photography/Goldeneye Guides & Supplied By Subject
Gurnard's Head Hotel, Zennor TR26 3DE
The owners describe it as a Dining Pub. It will be a welcome refuge if you have been battling against a sou’westerly head wind on the coastpath. The décor is classy and arty, the ambience is laid-back and the food will appease a mighty appetite. The staff are cool and young. The bedrooms have Vi-Spring beds and dogs are welcome in the bar. And, more important, we need more places like this in England. One of our favourite destinations in Cornwall.
01736 796928 gurnardshead.co.uk Photography: Supplied By Subject
Halzephron Inn, Gunwalloe TR12 7QB
This C16 pub is cosy, friendly and the daily specials provide a rewarding treat, especially if you have been battling the coast path. Family room. Dog friendly. Within spitting distance of Dr Dwight Enys’s hut and the smuggling scenes in Poldark. The rooms are are tide bit old fashioned - see photographs.
01326 240406 halzephron-inn.co.uk Photography: Copyright ©William Fricker Photography & Supplied By Subject
Lugger Hotel, Portloe TR2 5RD
This C17 smugglers’ inn has been turned into a chic, trendy restaurant. The local boats supply the fish as one would expect. Luxurious bedrooms. Lunch 12-2, dinner 7-9. Does this hotel rest on its past reputations? We welcome feedback.
01872 501322 luggerhotel.co.uk Photography: Supplied By Subject
Old Ferry Inn, Bodinnick PL23 1LX
The chef, Pascal, is heavily influenced by French cuisine, and the seafood, duck and meat dishes will not disappoint you. 12-bedrooms with nautical objects and old photos. Free house.
01726 870237 oldferryinn.co.uk Photography: Supplied By Subject
Old Success Inn, Sennen Cove TR19 7DG
A popular inn with surfers and coastal walkers, and those seeking an inn for its location, rather than style. The ambience is relaxed and unpretentious. You get what you see. The rooms are simple and comfortable. The restaurant serves locally caught fish. Location, location - will that do?
01736 871232 oldsuccess.co.uk Photography: Supplied By Subject
Port William Inn, Trebarwith Strand PL34 0HB
Location, location Darling! This has it. Nestling into the cliff edge affording superb beach and sea views. 8-bedrooms. Good pub-grub.
01840 770230 theportwilliam.co.uk Photography: Copyright ©William Fricker Photography/Goldeneye Guides & Supplied By Subject
Portgaverne Hotel, Nr Port Isaac PL29 3SQ
This is a formidable hostelry that offers delicious food (fish of extreme freshness), boutique-style comfort and a great ambience in a superb location overlooking a quaint beach. Now with a cafe a stone’s throw from their front door - all with a fab view of the little beach. Of late, have received glowing reviews and a deserved reputation for interesting cuisine.
01208 880244 portgavernehotel.co.uk Photography: Supplied By Subject
St Tudy Inn PL30 3NN
Emily Scott, the Proprietor is causing quite a stir in North Cornwall. The chattering classes are rushing to this new hostelry to sample her seasonal dishes, and to relax beside a warm fire. 2-bedrooms available.
01208 850656 sttudyinn.com Photography: Supplied By Subject
Star & Garter, 53 Old High Street, Falmouth TR11 2AF
This restored old pub (established in 1892) has created quite a stir amongst local foodies. With a self-styled butchery on-hand to produce Family Banquetting (large joints of meat) parties, who enthuse at the cuisine, and the harbour views. Happy Hour Cocktails 4-7pm. Opens from 10 for coffee and cakes. Three apartments to rent with Estuary Views.
01326 316663 starandgarterfalmouth.co.uk Photography: Supplied By Subject
Tinners Arms, Zennor TR26 3BY
This ancient (since 1271) and friendly pub brews its own ale, Tinners Ales, and serves quality nosh. The simple décor of settles and benches, and bonhommie makes it a delight just to sit here and enjoy the scene. Dogs and children welcomed. Next door is The White House, a Grade II listed building offering quality B&B. Known as Bos Cres (‘house in the middle’) there are two double-rooms and two single- rooms. WiFi. Packed lunches and luggage forwarding available. Small charge for dogs.
01736 796927 tinnersarms.com Photography: Supplied By Subject
Trengilly Wartha Inn, Constantine TR11 5RP
This popular hostelry serves wholesome, unpretentious pub-grub. Yet has retained the key elements of being a pub with friendly staff, a range of local ales and cosy seating areas for social drinking. All is set down a winding country lane within a wild and luscious garden. Children, cricketers and dogs are made welcome. Safari tents for hire. Stable for horses and camels.
01326 340332 trengilly.co.uk Photography: Supplied By Subject