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.
Town & Country Kitchen, St Columb
Independent coffee shop/cafe in the heart of St Columb Major serving breakfast, great coffee, lunch, afternoon teas and scrummy home-made cakes.
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