Rick Stein’s latest restaurant opened on Newquay’s Fistral Beach just in time for the Easter weekend. With a laid-back self-service style, it’s dishing up fish and chips and flavours from the Far East.
Yes Fistral is one of the north coast’s finest surf beaches. But it’s fast becoming a real foodie destination too, with the opening of Paul Harwood’s Fish House restaurant last year. We chat to Paul and get a taste for Fistral.
The second of our walk through series takes us along four beaches, across one harbour, to several tasty cafés and on top of one Huer’s hut.
The first stop on our walk through of Cornwall is Fistral Beach and Pentire Point. Check out the best places to eat, drink and walk like a local.
We are very lucky to be based in North Cornwall and to have so many of our holiday cottages and apartments looking over some of the best beaches Cornwall has […]
It’s no surprise that Cornwall, flanked on three sides by lots and lots of water as it is, hosts a busy calendar of water sport competitions. There’s nothing like spending […]
The name Fistral is synonymous with surfing. This famous beach has a long-held surfing culture going back to the 1960s when surfing first became big news in Cornwall and Fistral […]