3 of the Best Places to Eat Out in Zennor | Restaurants, Cafes & Pubs

  • The Gurnards Head

    You can't really miss The Gurnard's Head. The brightly painted old coaching inn stands out along the winding coast road west of Zennor. Today, it's a busy dining pub, owned by the Inken brothers and named after the nearby rugged headland.

    The food here is fresh and seasonal, and features a lot of locally caught fish. At least some of the menu changes daily, depending on what's been grown/caught; however, the Sunday lunch is a constant and a big favourite among locals.

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  • Moomaid in the Village

    Moomaid in the Village - Zennor
    Moomaid in the Village

    The legendary Moomaid has returned home to Zennor. This new ice cream parlour in Zennor follows in the hoofsteps of the much-loved Moomaid cafes in St Ives and Porthtowan.

    The new parlour/take-away has a cosy interior, a string-light-strewn covered patio and a sun-trap of a garden at the front. It’s part of a recently renovated local craft centre, and the parlour itself sells delicious Cornish produce and unique Moomaid gifts.

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  • The Tinners Arms

    Tinners Arms interior
    Luke Brown

    Dating back to 1271, The Tinners Arms is one of the oldest inns around. It was built to provide beds, food and ale for the masons building St Senara's Church next door; and when you step into the dimly-lit, wood-smokey old bar, it's easy to imagine the Tinners' medieval origins.

    The Tinners serves classic pub food made from local ingredients. If you're walking the coast path and pop into Zennor en route, the ham, egg & chips with a pint of Mermaid really hits the spot. You can sit... read more...