Don’t want to stay in?
The Dining Out Option:
There are plenty of options close by if you fancy dining out (here’s a handy dog friendly restaurant guide too!). Please find below just a few of the fine restaurants that can be found close by:
The Dining In Option:
Click here to view some of the dining in options we can offer.
The Seafood Restaurant, Padstow
Fresh-caught produce served around a central seafood bar in TV chef’s vibrant quayside destination.
Rick Stein’s Café, Padstow
Contemporary seafood cafe offering elegant rooms with free WiFi and a posh cooked breakfast.
St Petrocs Bistro, Padstow
Rustic-chic restaurant and hotel with a courtyard garden and Mediterranean-influenced menu.
Paul Ainsworth at No 6, Padstow
Georgian townhouse restaurant with a refined Modern British menu based on local ingredients.
Paul Ainsworth Rojano’s in the Square, Padstow
Locally grown produce and Cornish seafood in a stylish Italian restaurant with outside tables.
Harbour Fish and Grill, Newquay
Built into the cliff directly overlooking the Harbour, The Restaurant, Conservatory and Terrace has superb views over 7 of Newquay’s finest beaches.
Dogs and their well-behaved owners are more than welcome.
Ring O’Bells, St Columb
In 1435 two cottages were joined together and became the Ring O’ Bells Pub, it has been a continuous business ever since.
This is the oldest pub in St Columb Major. Great pub that serves very good and generous food.
Trevisker’s is perfect for catching up with friends over coffee, a hearty breakfast or seasonal meals made with great ingredients. DOGS WELCOME.
The Pig, Harlyn Bay
One of Cornwall’s most historic houses dating back to the 15th century, THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay has far-reaching sea views, oodles of quirks and character and stacks of original features.
Photos courtesy of Scabetti, The Seafood Restaurant and Paul Ainsworth