Beach Retreats heads to the annual Great Cornish Food Festival to sample its delicious delights.
Autumn is fast approaching, so get ahead of your Cornwall game with our top tips on things to see and do.
We head over to the other side of Porthleven Harbour for fresh local ingredients and relaxed dining at Amelies (with a side of baby grand piano).
Perched high on the clifftop in in South East Cornwall is one small but very fine restaurant. We gawk at the food – and the view – at The View in Whitsand Bay.
If you’re seriously into fish then Nathan Outlaw is your man. His two-Michelin-starred restaurant is just over the road from our two latest properties in Port Isaac.
From wood-fired hideaways to Michelin-starred seafood joints, here’s our pick of north Cornwall’s best restaurants. Bring your appetite with you on holiday.
Widemouth Bay may feel like a wild and remote beach retreat, and in many ways it is. But from beach cafes to Italian inspired fare, it packs in plenty of places to eat out too. Here’s our guide.
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.
Named after the square, rocky outcrop at the south end of the beach between Watergate Bay and Whipsiderry, comes Zacry’s – the newest restaurant in Watergate Bay.
Mawgan Porth is a beautiful coastal town which packs a punch. There is so much going on in Mawgan Porth that you’ll want to extend your holiday to fit it […]