Why not try something different this year? Angels in the Kitchen are private chefs who also offer a food on arrival service, please follow the link to find out more:
Amidst the beautiful countryside in Padstow, on the Camel Trail half way between Padstow and Wadebridge. ACE is a first class buffet car. This Stunning converted goods carriage has been positioned so that you are able to treat yourself to some delicious treats whilst enjoying the panoramic views. Visit their website for more information and their sunset supper clubs.
Bens Crib Box – South quay Padstow – This local business receives rave reviews for breakfast and lunches. Take away and dine in – no delivery.
BinTwo the local wine merchant, offers a wide selection of wines.
Join us in the heart of beautiful Padstow to enjoy a selection of premium spirits, Champagne and wines in their intimate bar and bottle shop. Stay in and let their experienced team recommend the best bottles for you to drink in or take away with you, or try a variety of cocktails made with Padstow Gin® and Padstow Vodka®.
Usual Opening hours – throughout summer Every day 10am – 10pm Please call them on 01841 531213 to check availability
Bodmin Jail an all weather, family attraction, that includes a licensed bar and restaurant, a covered courtyard, with a Civil and Naval Prison housing a museum within its walls split over three levels. It was the last County Jail in Cornwall, eventually closing in 1927. The Jail now sits at the start of the famous Camel Trail and is the perfect alternative day out.
Drink wine by the glass on their sun terrace or go on a tour to see what makes their international award-winning wines so special.
This Michelin Star Chef Paul Ainsworth offers various restaurants and cooking schools in Padstow and Rock. Serving modern British food with a focus on locally sourced Cornish produce. Fantastic service in warm and friendly surroundings.
By the beach, great views, exceptional food & drink and Cornish hospitality.
A traditional Cornish Pub in Padstow – Just the place if you love freshly cooked food and drink.
The Drang in the heart of Padstow – A local family bar and cafe – serving iced coffee, cocktails and more.
Coffee House Cafe serving cakes , lunches and breakfast.
Just the place if you love freshly cooked food and drink as you soak in the Cornish seascape.
The Golden Lion is the oldest pub in Padstow and that has been run by the same family the Rickard’s for over 30 years. The Golden Lion is the stable of the Old Oss (red ribbion).
The London Inn opened in 1803 and originally housed three fisherman’s cottages and taking its name from an old Local Sloop.
Padstow Brewing Company is an award-winning micro-brewery found on the rugged North Coast of Cornwall. Whether for a quiet drink, a beer tasting adventure or a bite to eat, and visit their own Tasting Rooms in Padstow Town centre.
Greens of Padstow is a licensed restaurant and mini golf garden perched high above Padstow harbour, with panoramic views over the Camel Estuary and town.
The Chough Bakery is a small family run craft bakery based at the Quayside in Padstow which has been running for nearly 30 years.
Fresh homemade food is available from 12.30pm til 8.30pm, Excellent choice of cask mark traditional beers, local ciders & lager
This traditional brick pub was built originally to serve the fishermen and tradespeople of the bustling historic port of Padstow. With harbour views, award-winning beers and a reputation for its fresh pub food The Shipwrights provides a great stopping point to explore the Cornish coast.
Fresh fish, shellfish & of course local mussels from Padstow Estuary, served with crusty da-bara break or skinny fries, washed down with a local wine or a pint of cornish ale. You can eat inside or order takeaway to enjoy on the harbour wall.
Chef Reggie has been with Mussel Box for over five years. Whilst he was born in England, his Indian heritage shines through in the delicious curries he creates. Reggie’s cooking skills bring the flavours of Indian take-away to Padstow through mouth-watering, authentic, regional cuisine.
When Reggie visits his family in India he also spends time collecting colourful spices from the back streets of Mumbai. His extra baggage charges are high but worth it for the depth of flavour he creates! He also gets top-ups sent by his family as and when they can dry the spices in the sun!
Reggie’s recipes were passed down to him by his mother, each with his own unique spin. Reggie creates curries from the fresh ingredients we have delivered each day and blends these with spices to whatever he feels his cooking is truly from the heart and really not to be missed.
Run by famous chef Paul Ainsworth, Mariners pub sits in the heart of Rock with stunning waterfront views.
Oyster Catcher lies in Polzeath, recently fully refurbished with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating and excellent sea views of Polzeath Beach.
The Cracking Crab is a beach chic seaside restaurant with the best view of the surf in Polzeath and serving everything from light bites to seafood platters.
The Pityme Inn has been a pub in the village since 1970, extensive renovations have been made and there are now outside garden pods, outside kitchen, takeaway options and a village shop.
Blue Tomato is a high end café overlooking the estuary.
The Waterfront is a restaurant located right by the beachside at Polzeath, serving food from surfs up to sunset.
The Dining Room is a family run, fine dining restaurant in Rock.
The Rock Inn restaurant located in Rock is ideally positioned beside the stunning Camel Estuary in Cornwall, and has both delectable dishes and scenic sights.
After new owners and a full refurbishment, Surfside & Rum Bar has reopened in Polzeath Summer 2022. Open year round for food, drinks, live music, entertainment and of course their legendary / extensive selection of rums and rum based cocktails.
Newly opened, Beach Farm is a café and yard with elevated views of Polzeath you can expect a great sunset whilst in their festival style outdoor seating area.
An old barn in Trebetherick converted into a restaurant serving an array of food and also has a glorious garden.
Built in the 15th Century, this pub is nestled in the heart of St Kew village, with an amazing pub garden, character features and great food.
Sat right on the harbour of Port Isaac, The Mote is the perfect location for a drink and bite to eat.
Outlaw’s New Road sits at the top of Port Isaac overlooking the Cornish ocean. Their menu celebrates the very best and freshest seafood that Cornwall and the South West has to offer.
The Slipway Port Isaac
Dating back to 1527. In the past The Slipway has been a smugglers hideaway and a ships chandlery. Shortly after World War II the building was converted into a seaside guest house and hotel. It now operates as a Harbourside Café located on amazing outdoor terrace overlooking the port and a Bar & Restaurant over two floors indoors