Where To Eat In North West Cornwall
During your stay at Grenfells Cottage, you may want to visit some of the local restaurants and pubs, below is a collection of some of those places.
The Trewellard Arms is minutes away from the cottage and has a very welcoming atmosphere, which makes it hard to stay away. They are well known for supplying a range of different ales and a menu of cosy, freshly cooked meals. This is a child and dog friendly pub, often with live entertainment and sports coverage, so there's no excuse not to visit. Unfortunatly, The Trewellard Arms does not have it's own website but there are a number of great reviews including the link in the title above.
The North Inn was a favourite haunt of tin miners until the local mine closed in 1990. The pub was awarded the certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor in recignition of the fact that it ranks in the top 10% in the world for traveller feedback. Only a short drive or a 20 minute walk from the cottage, it's worth visiting during your stay.
If you enjoy Thai food at it most authentic best, then the Thai Moon, Penzance, is the restaurant for you. This small, family-run restaurant fuses fresh, local produce with imported spices to create dishes straight out of Thailand.
The Gurnard’s Head, is a dining pub with rooms on Cornwall's Atlantic coast between St. Ives and St. Just, near the Minack Theatre, Zennor, Penzance and Newlyn. The Gurnards Head supports their local community, sources their produce with sustainability in mind, and set their prices with their local customers in mind, not the extended tourist season.
With a stunning location, on the St Ives harbour front, onshore is a showcase for the finest seafood, pasta, vegetarian & pizza cuisine Cornwall and the South West of England has to offer. Onshore offers an exciting menu featuring the best in local Cornish produce.
Nestled beneath the steep slopes of Porthminster Point, right on the beach with unbeatable and uninterrupted views across St Ives Bay to Godrevy Lighthouse.
Porthminster Cafe in St Ives is a multi award winning seafood restaurant. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. The café specialises in Mediterranean and Asian seafood cuisine and is an oasis of taste and visual beauty.
Situated just off the South West Coast Path, between Pendeen and St Just, we provide a welcoming stopping point for walkers, explorers, day-trippers, and those making use of the local beaches.
Situated about 4 miles from St Ives and a short walk from the South West Coast Path, the Tinners Arms is the only pub in Zennor and was built in 1271 to accommodate the masons who constructed St. Senara's Church which is famous for its mermaid.
With its open log fires, stone floors and low ceilings it has changed little over the years and now offers a traditional pub experience with real Cornish ales and carefully prepared food using the best of local ingredients. Whilst we do not aim to be a 'gastropub" we offer a varied menu that changes daily with main courses ranging from £10.00 including a selection of fresh vegetables. Every Thursday we have live music with an occasional local singer or poet.