Giving Rick Stein a run for his money, this brilliant restaurant headed by Paul Ainsworth & Co is a gem in the heart of Padstow and well worth a visit when on your holibobs - remember to book!
Enjoy an idyllic picnic when out and about without the faff of having to organise it yourself - this brilliant company can even deliver to your preferred picnicking spot!
This great little inn serves fantastic nosh sourced locally and ethically - from fab Blas Burgerworks burgers to fresher-than-fresh fish, you're sure to come away with full tums and a smile on your face.
Between St Ives and St Just, this lovely pub is in a brilliant location from which to watch the feisty surf whilst munching on simple. homely goodies (foraged nettle and mint gazpacho, anyone?)
With sunsets to sigh over and drinks to die for, The Scarlet is the perfect place for a sundowner or two whilst overlooking the incredible beach at Mawgan Porth...delish!
A beach side beauty just perfect for anything from coffee to cocktails and all the meals in between, it's also a fab vantage point from which to watch little ones playing on the beach below whilst you rest up.
A pearl of an inn looking out over the Helford River and Dutchy oyster beds, The Ferryboat has Cornish ales a plenty and great pub grub (with exceptional fishy dishes) - a winner after a day out walking and exploring.
This ancient Cornish inn, tucked alongside a picturesque creek, offers excellent food and fantastic drinking in a pretty waterside location, and bags of history to boot.
Enjoy scrumptious fishy fare with spectacular views over Port Isaac - yum!
From sea to plate in just a few footsteps - the seafood is spectacular here at this little pub in the heart of one of Cornwall's most famous fishing villages.