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  • Pinky Murphys Cafe - Fowey

    Whether you want to meet friends, have a coffee spot to take the family or just unwind and take a breather from "adulting", then when in Fowey, head to Pink Murphy's Café.

    This café is very quirky, with its tables named after legendary musicians such as Bob Marley.

    When warming up with a cappuccino & indulging in one of their home baked cakes, you won't find it hard to keep yourself entertained with the selection of board games and knitting on hand. A spot to remember when...
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  • Mackerel Sky cafe - Newlyn

    Fish doesn't really get much fresher than this: located just down the road from the famous Newlyn fish harbour, Mackerel Sky gets the pick of the sea's larder.

    Since opening in 2015, Mackerel Sky has become one of the most popular cafes in the area. It serves tapas-style dishes as well as classic favourites like fish and chips and crab mayo sandwiches. Everything is fresh and cooked to perfection.

    Diners also flock here for the atmosphere. Most of the seating is outside, and...
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  • The Watermill / Hayle

    Watermill - Lelant

    This popular country pub is in Lelant, between St Ives and Hayle. The lovely old 18th-century building has been a mill, a water pump, a riding stables and a tea room, before finally settling down as a proper, comfy pub.

    There's a great choice of home-cooked pub favourites and specials, served in generous portions. Look out for local fish dishes and modern takes on British classics, such as slow-cooked pork belly with spiced apple sauce. 

    The outside space is lovely, or try to...
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  • The London Inn / Padstow

    The London Inn - Padstow

    Hungry? Thirsty? Head towards the harbour and tuck into proper pub grub at the London Inn. The hearty menu uses lots of great local produce (especially fish), and there’s a good choice of real ales in this welcoming pub.

    If you love a traditional inn (and who doesn’t?)The family-run London Inn is a good option. The building was originally three fisherman’s cottages, dating back to 1803. In true Cornish style, it’s named after a boat, not the English city.

    The pub also has four...
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  • Life's a beach - Bude

    You can't argue with this restaurant's name in a place like Bude. And it follows through with a location so close to the sea you can hear the waves. 

    Dining at Life's a Beach (or LAB as it's known locally) is pretty casual, and naturally there's plenty of seafood dishes on the menu. But there are also a good selection of other picks too. There's even Cornwalls take on a Bratwurst sausage - get a load of that!

    Good to know: Doors are open first thing and with...
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  • Bird in Hand - Hayle

    Housed in a rather imposing-looking Victorian building, The Bird in Hand is a welcoming Hayle pub, with a large beer garden and a reputation for excellent traditional roasts. 

    It's also at the entrance to family-favourite attraction, Paradise Park, making it a welcome pitstop for parents after a busy day out. As well as good food and drink, The Bird in Hand hosts regular music nights, as well as quizzes from the legendary...
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  • Kings Arms / St Just

  • The Turks Head / Penzance

    The Turk's Head - Penzance

    Set on Penzance’s historic Chapel Street the Turk’s Head lays claim to being the oldest pub in town with a tavern of some sort located here since the 13th century. This cosy pub was once the haunt of sea dogs and smugglers with stories of a hidden tunnel leading directly to the harbour.

    The tunnel and contraband may have gone but the pub still serves a fine selection of local ales and retains plenty of olde worlde charm.

    The Turk’s Head has long been known for its pub lunches...
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  • The Godolphin Arms / Marazion

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