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Beach cafés, inns and Michelin-starred restaurants are scattered throughout Cornwall. Serving everything from fresh seafood to wood-fired pizzas and foraged berries, there’s something to please every palate.

If you’re staying at CLC Trenython Manor and are out exploring, here are some of the best eateries in the county. Of course, you can always enjoy a tasty morsel or two from our menus.


For great food, cocktails, a light bite or dinner, you can enjoy relaxed dining in an informal setting at Mannings restaurant. Generous portions of delicious food, with Cornish ingredients fused with Asian or south-American or served with mouth-watering simplicity, is what this city centre restaurant is known for.
The place to dine in Truro, contemporary and stylish, the bar and restaurant offer food all day during the summer months. CLC World members will receive a discount on production of their Membership Card.
Cost: ££
Bookings: advisable during peak periods

Restaurant Nathan Outlaw

Well-known TV chef Nathan Outlaw has earned two Michelin stars for his seafood tasting menu and won legions of fans with his ever-changing menu.
Situated in Port Isaac, the Good Food Guide’s no. 1 restaurant for 2018 is small and intimate.
Reservations can be made up to 3 months in advance and all guests need to be over 10 years of age.
Cost: £££
Bookings: Essential

Kingswood Bar and Restaurant*

Set in the beautiful Pentewan Valley, near St. Austell, the food is influenced by the seasons. With the very best local produce, it’s a great place to relax and enjoy the atmosphere.
There are regular specials and, alongside the steaks and seafood, a good choice of vegetarian dishes. CLC World members will receive a discount on production of their Membership Card.
Cost: £
Bookings: Kingswood bar and restaurant or call 01726 63780

The Hidden Hut

Describing themselves as “a small café with a big difference”, The Hidden Hut can be found on the coastal path near Potscatho and St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula.
A quaint little beach hut, the food is served to takeaway and there’s no drinks licence, but bring your own bottle of wine or Cornish cider and dine at the tables outside. From Cornish pasties to seafood chowder or a fragrant tagine, you can finish up with freshly baked cake and Cornish ice-cream. It’s what UK summer holidays are all about!
Cost: £
Bookings: none for lunch; special feast nights (selected evenings) need to purchase tickets.

Ben’s Cornish Kitchen

A family restaurant by the seaside with a selection to please meat-eaters and vegetarians alike. Wine suggestions are given for each dish – available by glass or bottle – for the dinner menu, while the lunchtime offerings are simpler. The dessert menu is rather inventive.
Cost: ££
Bookings: Preferred, deposit required.

The Old Quay House

A stone’s throw from CLC Trenython Manor, The Old Quay House sits just in front of the harbour in Fowey. The ‘Q’ restaurant is a relaxed setting serving quality local and seasonal produce in contemporary ways.
Lunch, dinner and afternoon tea are available throughout the year and as well as an exceptional wine list, there’s a cocktail menu for you to enjoy a sundowner.
Cost: ££
Bookings: Essential


Lostwithiel, at the head of the River Fowey, is home to Calogero’s bistro serving authentic Italian meals (the chef/owner is Sicilian) and traditional English dishes. All made with fresh and locally sourced ingredients, there is something for everyone with a large selection of vegetarian dishes and a separate gluten-free menu.
CLC World members will receive a discount on production of their Membership Card.
Cost: ££
Bookings: advisable during peak periods

The Victoria Inn

A pub with good quality restaurant attached; and it’s a proper pub, you can go into the bar with muddy boots and damp dogs if you want. In the coastal village of Perranuthnoe, it’s a hop and a skip from the coastal path.
The food is always fresh and always local, from Porthleven lobster to West Country ribeye and Cornish cheeses and vegetables. The set lunch menu is very reasonable and the á la carte offerings won’t break the bank either.
Cost: £
Bookings: Essential in summer (24 hours ahead)

The Porthmeor Café

Choose to eat inside, on the terrace or in one of the heated booths and take in the buzzing atmosphere. From breakfast to dinner, with tapas and lunch in between, you can enjoy a great selection of vegan, vegetarian, seafood and Spanish-influenced dishes.
You could also just soak up the views with an innovative cocktail or two.
Cost: £
Bookings: reservations only available for dinner.

The Longstore*

For some of the finest Cornish steaks and seafood look no further than The Longstore in Charlestown. Traditional ingredients are given a modern twist and a daily specials board tempts you with the catches of the day.
Enjoy your meal on the deck or inside the wood-clad, airy restaurant with views over Charlestown Harbour. CLC World members will receive a discount on production of their Membership Card.
Cost: £££
Bookings: Walk-ins welcome at lunch and dinner but during high season it’s advisable to book.

Mannings; Address: Lemon Street, Truro, Cornwall. TR1 2QB
Restaurant Nathan Outlaw; Address: 6 New Road, Port Isaac
Kingswood Bar and Restaurant; Address: B3273, London Apprentice, Saint Austell PL26 7AP
The Hidden Hut; Address: Porthcurnick Beach near Portscatho
Ben’s Cornish Kitchen; Address: West End, Marazion, Cornwall TR17 0EL
The Old Quay House; Address: 28 Fore Street, Fowey, Cornwall, PL23 1AQ
Calogero’s; Address: 35 Fore Street, Lostwithiel, PL22 0BN 01208 87 30 70
The Victoria Inn; Address: Perranuthnoe, near Penzance TR20 9NP
The Porthmeor Café; Address: Porthmeor Beach, St Ives TR26 1JZ
The Longstore; Address: Charlestown Harbour, PL25 3NJ

* CLC World Members receive a discount at these restaurants when they show their Membership Card.