Restaurant & Bar

The Restaurant

Relaxed breakfast or evening meal in a beautiful setting. Take in the glorious views from our informal restaurant, whilst reading the morning papers and planning the days activities, or relaxing in the evening after a busy day exploring.

Help yourself you a selection of cereals, fresh fruits, yoghurts and juices whilst our Chef prepares a traditional cooked Cornish breakfast or a selection of other alternatives to set you up for the day.

Join us for our evening A La Carte style menu serving a selection of locally sourced meat, fish, and vegetarian/vegan dishes. (During 2022 our evening restaurant will be open Tuesday – Saturday evenings with sitting times between 18.30 and 20.00).

If staying we welcome you to invite non-resident friends or family to have breakfast/dinner with you.

Our Food

We take pride in only using the freshest, locally sourced ingredients and everything is freshly prepared each day ensuring that they arrive on your plate as fresh as can be. Much of our produce is sourced locally from Cornish suppliers, with our fish coming direct from John Earl in Chapel Porth, our meat from Rob Carr’s butchers in St Agnes, and our vegetables from West Countries Fruit & Vegetable. We are also able to cater for any food intolerances or allergies.

Our Lounge/Bar

Our comfortable lounge is the perfect place to unwind and have a drink. We stock a comprehensive wine list to include a selection of wines from 2 local Cornish vineyards (Camel Valley & Knightor) and others from around the world, together with a well-stocked bar serving local Cornish Ales, Ciders, Beers and Spirits.

Cream Tea

Come and join us for a proper ‘Cornish Cream Tea’ whilst relaxing in our gardens taking in the wonderful views. Add a jug of Pimms or a glass of Prosecco to make it extra special.

Lovely place and so friendly!

My partner and I stayed here for 2 nights over the Bank Holiday weekend and really enjoyed it. Everyone was so friendly and welcoming the whole time! The room was big and comfortable (with nice views over the countryside) and the garden is so pretty. Breakfasts are good, and we had dinner one night which…

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