Cornwall’s a county that yields such rich produce; from crab freshly caught off the coast of Newlyn to asparagus grown in the fields of Wadebridge in the north of the county, we’ve got it all. If you’re a bit of a foodie, then Cornwall’s definitely the place for you!

Fantastic local food

Top Restaurants

A meal at the relaxed, family-friendly Sam’s on the Beach in Polkerris comes with one of the best sea views in Cornwall. For fine dining there’s the Michelin starred Driftwood just 30 minutes down the coast from Tregogeeves. Or, if you would rather stay closer to home, why not try The Kingswood Bar and Restaurant just up the road?

Stay with the family

Local ales & food

Local Pubs

Tregongeeves is situated perfectly to reach so many nice places to eat. The Polgooth is our nearest pub, in the village. It’s within walking distance (although there is a big hill to contend with!) A short drive away in Gorran is the Barley Sheaf, a newly refurbished family run pub. Or, why not try the Kings Arms at Tregony for great home cooked food.

Local pubs and bars

Start your morning relaxed

Brunch Spots

Our favourite cliff top location to enjoy breakfast is the luxurious Lenwinnick Lodge in Newquay. It offers a great blend of relaxed dining with breathtaking views, and the waffles are highly recommended! Or, slightly further along the coast there’s the family-friendly Watergate Bay Beach Cafe which also offers great food and stunning views.

Have brunch by the beach

Explore the area

Fowey & Falmouth

Both towns are superb foodie destinations with no shortage of quality, independent places to eat – celebrating the best that our local, independent producers have to offer. River Mussels, gin and apple juice are all local to Fowey. And in Falmouth, we love the ‘proper’ fish and chips from Rick Stein’s.

Good food and walks

The proper way

Cream Teas

Cornwall is famous for its Cream Teas and you are spoiled for choice down here. You’ll get all the ingredients you need to make a traditional cream tea in your cottage welcome pack. But if you’re heading out, we can highly recommend Grigg’sthe Heligan Kitchen or Healey’s Cyder Farm, all of whom will not disappoint.

Weekends away

Enjoy a fantastic carvery

Sunday Roast

Of course you’ll find the cottage kitchens are well equipped and you’ll have no trouble cooking a roast dinner. But you can always take a stroll down the hill to the Polgooth Inn. Just don’t forget to book – their roasts are renowned and they get booked up on Sundays!

Enjoy a family holiday

Fantastic local food

Top Restaurants

A meal at the relaxed, family-friendly Sam’s on the Beach in Polkerris comes with one of the best sea views in Cornwall. For fine dining there’s the Michelin starred Driftwood just 30 minutes down the coast from Tregogeeves. Or, if you would rather stay closer to home, why not try The Kingswood Bar and Restaurant just up the road?

Stay with the family

Local food and ales

Local Pubs

Tregongeeves is situated perfectly to reach so many nice places to eat. The Polgooth is our nearest pub, in the village. It’s within walking distance (although there is a big hill to contend with!) A short drive away in Gorran is the Barley Sheaf, a newly refurbished family run pub. Or, why not try the Kings Arms at Tregony for great home cooked food.

Local pubs and bars

Start your morning

Brunch Spots

Our favourite cliff top location to enjoy breakfast is the luxurious Lenwinnick Lodge in Newquay. It offers a great blend of relaxeddining with breathtaking views, and the waffles are highly recommended! Or, slightly further along the coast there’s the family-friendly Watergate Bay Beach Cafe which also offers great food and stunning views.

Have brunch by the beach

Explore the area

Fowey & Falmouth

Both towns are superb foodie destinations with no shortage of quality, independent places to eat – celebrating the best that our local, independent producers have to offer. River Mussels, gin and apple juice are all local to Fowey. And in Falmouth, we love the ‘proper’ fish and chips from Rick Stein’s.

Good food and walks

The proper way

Cream Teas

Cornwall is famous for its Cream Teas and you are spoiled for choice down here. You’ll get all the ingredients you need to make a traditional cream tea in your cottage welcome pack. But if you’re heading out, we can highly recommend Grigg’sthe Heligan Kitchen or Healey’s Cyder Farm, all of whom will not disappoint.

Weekends away

Enjoy a carvery

Sunday Roast

Of course you’ll find the cottage kitchens are well equipped and you’ll have no trouble cooking a roast dinner. But you can always take a stroll down the hill to the Polgooth Inn. Just don’t forget to book – their roasts are renowned and they get booked up on Sundays!

Enjoy a family holiday

A real family farm...

Meet Pickles the pony, give the donkeys a brush down, say hello to our sheep and collect eggs fresh from the chickens for your breakfast. Outside space at Tregongeeves is enclosed so young family members can explore safely. And we have a range of equipment to make a family break as easy as possible – no need to bring the toy box with you.