Cornwall Free Bar, Pub and Restaurant Directory
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- The Kings Arms
Stratton near Bude
The home of award winning real ales and lovely home cooked food in a 17th century Cornish coach house. We serve food lunch time 12 – 2 and 6.30 – 9.00 in the evening. We have an extensive menu of traditional pub food, a lot of it is home made by the landlady. A children’s menu is available. We are located just off the A39, on the B3072 Holsworthy to Stratton road one mile from Bude, in the centre of the town of Stratton.
- Elements Bar and Restaurant
Widemouth Bay and Poundstock
Elements bar and restaurant is Bude’s coolest restaurant venue. With a stunning interior design, an amazing sun deck and gardens plus incredible sea views you won’t have seen anything like it in the area. Our food is locally sourced for added freshness and quality. Our daily specials menu features fish from local day boats as well as fine steaks from our top class local butcher.
- Preston Gate Inn
Poughill near Bude
We cater for those seeking out wholesome, homemade pub grub in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. All of our ingredients are locally sourced, so our seasonal menu changes often, but you can always rely on us for light lunches, delicious dinners and splendid specials. Sample our great selection of real ales, cold refreshing lagers, sparkling ciders or try a glass of wine from our extensive wine list.
- The Brendon Arms
The Brendon Arms serves traditional pub food with an emphasis on homemade dishes and using local and seasonal produce when available. We also serve fresh fish, vegetarian dishes and gluten free options. We serve a range of excellent Cask Marque accredited real ales from different Cornish producers and national brewers of excellence.
- Life’s A Beach
The wide ranging menu uses fresh local produce and reflects the creativity and travelling experiences of the young chefs. Seafood is a speciality, prices are reasonable and the atmosphere is always relaxed and friendly. The restaurant opens at 7pm but during the day it transforms into a facility for beach goers. There is an ice cream parlour, a beach shop and a café where meals, snacks and drinks can be enjoyed on the premises overlooking the beach or taken away.
- Olive Tree Restaurant
Olive Tree is the perfect place to relax and enjoy Alfresco Dinning beside Bude’s picturesque Canal or inside our spacious restaurant and conservatory. Our restaurant menus use fresh produce sourced locally from in around Bude and if we have to look further afield we try to use Cornish produce wherever possible. We also serve snacks and light lunches from 10am till 4pm everyday. Open 7 days a week all year.
- Trevaskis Farm
Renowned for our generous portions, all our meals are produced from the highest quality ingredients. Open all day, every day, serving breakfast in the morning, a tempting range of hot and cold meals, coffee and cake at lunchtime, a superb à la carte menu during the evening and of course our renowned Trevaskis roasts on Sunday. We offer friendly, family service; nothing is too much trouble.
- The Amity
Amity Tandoori is the most authentic Indian cuisine serving the very best in Redruth, Cornwall.At Amity Tandoori you can be assured that all our meals are cooked to the highest standards using only fresh, genuine ingredients & methods only found in authentic Indian Cuisine. Take away and home delivery service available.
- Tricky’s at The Tolgus Inn
Tricky’s Restaurant and Bar is a great place to dine. Our large restaurant offers cosy corners for intimate diners as well as space to accommodate large parties. We have created a varied menu to cater for all tastes and budgets. From light lunchtime bites to a hearty three course meal and, there’s plenty for the children enjoy as well!
- The Plume of Feathers
Friendly local pub. Good selection of beers and always a special barrel on tap.
- The Golden Lion Inn and Lakeside Restaurant
Menherion near Redruth
Our traditional style family pub and restaurant is located in central Cornwall between Truro, Falmouth, Redruth and Helston. So we are never far away and whether you choose to dine in our light and spacious Restaurant with views of the lake, al fresco in our award winning gardens or enjoy a Sunday Lunch in our traditional, oak beamed bar area with its superb real log fires, you’ll enjoy the quality of our food, full table service and friendly, relaxing atmosphere.
- The Treleigh Arms
Treleigh near Redruth
The Treleigh Arms is a traditional pub in many ways; traditional beers, always serving at least three real ales plus a choice of ciders and lagers. Traditional foods are featured on the à la carte menu with most of the ingredients being locally sourced including Cornish beef, locally smoked Ham, fresh local fish and locally grown vegetables when available.
- The Red Lion Blackwater
Located between Truro and the St Agnes Heritage Coast, The Red Lion Pub in Blackwater is the perfect place to rest and refuel after an invigorating coastal walk or a stroll in the summer sun along the beach. The Red Lion offers itself to all seasons, in the spring and summer months the beautiful beer garden comes into itself. Plenty of sun fills the attractive space with lots of room for families and four legged friends to enjoy some lunch and sunshine! In the autumn and winter, when the chill begins to creep into the air, there really is nothing better than sitting in a cosy traditional pub and tucking in to a delicious home cooked meal, perhaps even accompanied by a glass of red wine, or two!
- The Robartes Arms
The Robartes Arms a charming, traditional pub in the delightful village of Illogan near Redruth, opposite Manning Woods with lovely walks to Illogan Woods, Tehidy Woods and Portreath. Everyone at The Robartes Arms welcome all customers old and new. You can look forward to enjoying good, home cooked food, real ales and great entertainment, with live music, quiz nights, pool and darts. Pop in and say hello and enjoy a lazy lunch or evening meal in our lovely pub.
- The Countryman Inn
Piece near Camborne and Redruth
Nestled In the heart of Cornwall at Piece, between Redruth, Camborne and Fourlanes, this traditional country pub has always been well known for it’s outstanding hospitality, with great food always freshly prepared, the finest beers, wines and spirits, ample parking, great views and most importantly a warm welcome, visitors come from miles away to enjoy the atmosphere. Dogs are welcome in one of the bars and in the garden.
- Seaview Inn
The bar is a large room with panoramic views over Falmouth estuary, and here or the front terrace seating are perfect for enjoying watching sailing in the harbour. Upstairs in the kitchen chef Tony prides himself on his range of traditional home cooking, using where-ever possible locally and ethically sourced ingredients. His thick-cut traditional chips are legendary in Falmouth and are available whenever potato quality allows.
- The Moth & The Moon
A cozy alehouse set over two floors indoors, pavement terrace to the front, and three tiered beer garden to the rear. We are on the left on The Moor.
- The Lookout
Our bar / restaurant has views over the harbour and for those sunny days a relaxing patio to sit and watch the world go by. Our food is freshly prepared on the premises and we have a great mix of dishes be it hot, cold, spicy or just delicious. We source as much of our produce from local people, be it crab, pork, mussels. We offer a light breakfast until noon and then have our delicious lunch from then on. In the evenings we offer our ‘Tapas from around the World’.
- The Packet Station
The Packet Station is named after the famous fleet of packet ships. In 1688, the post office chose Falmouth as a packet station (or port) for handling overseas mail. This led to the building of a special fleet of fast, lightly armed ships known as Falmouth Packets and the heroics of packet captains, such as John Bull. Falmouth remained the leading packet station until the mid 19th century.
- The Trengilly Wartha Inn
We are a family run traditional Inn, situated in a gloriously sheltered valley close to the Helford River. We are ideally located to enjoy the very best of the Cornish countryside, with footpaths galore and beautiful stretches of coastline all within a few short miles. We mix excellent food (produced using local ingredients) with a comfortable inn, a friendly bar and some great events. Free Wi-Fi, families welcome and dog friendly.
- The Boathouse
Sit back and relax in a great environment with a cool refreshing drink, and a truly delicious dinner. Dance and sing along to a great live band, or simply enjoy a smooth pint from our selection of Cornish ales. To make your visit even more enjoyable why not sample our excellently cooked, freshly prepared and locally sourced food.
Gweek near Helston
Zucchini Italian Kitchen is a new local family-owned Italian restaurant with breath taking panoramic country views and a short distance from Gweek Seal Sanctuary, Flambards and Culdrose Naval Air Base. The menu is based on fresh local ingredients, daily fish and seafood, as well as classics like pizza, pasta and calzone. All our food is cooked from scratch to order from the freshest best quality local ingredients.
- The Old Cellars
Cadgwith Cove, Lizard Peninsula
Serving great food made from the finest locally sourced Cornish produce, fish from the boats directly opposite, vegetables from the farmer down the road and produce from the local butchers. Child and dog friendly.
- The Witchball
The most southerly Pub in mainland Britain. We specialise in providing fresh sea food and fish and pride ourselves in the short time it takes from fishing boat to table. We have an extensive lunchtime and evening menu. At lunchtime why not enjoy our king prawn and crab salad outside on the patio in the sunshine, inside in front of a warming coal fire or in our snug.
- The Halzephron Inn
Gunwalloe, Lizard Peninsula
We pride ourselves on cooking fresh food everyday, which is reflected in our twice changing daily menu of specials. These include a wide range of starters and main courses prepared from fresh, local, seasonal produce wherever possible. Delicious homemade puddings, local ice cream from Roskilly’s and Callestick and a selection of Westcountry cheeses complete your meal.
- The Lifeboat House
Coverack, Lizard Peninsula
The restaurant has a modern, relaxed atmosphere where the diner can take their time to enjoy an evening out, We are fully licensed with draught Cornish Ales and an outstanding Cornish Pilsner, as well as an extensive wine list. The Lifeboat House also has a takeaway Fish & Chips service where you have a choice of fish cooked in batter or our secret recipe bread crumbs.
- The Crown Inn
The Crown Inn has a spacious bar, dining areas, pool table, and darts area. There is a varied food menu where all tastes and budgets are catered for. All food is cooked to order and locally sourced where possible. We are a community pub where conversation dominates. A quiz is held every Tuesday evening, all are welcome. We pride ourselves on our friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Free Wi-Fi and dog friendly.
- The Liscawn
Crafthole, Whitsand Bay
If you’re a foodie, it may be tempting to know that our bar & restaurant is open all day, every day, serving delicious homemade snacks and meals, prepared and cooked using only the freshest, local and seasonal produce, plus a selection of fine wines and good, local ales. With a great daily menu plus chefs specials board to choose from – what are you waiting for??
- The Old Sail Loft Restaurant
The Old Sail Loft is one of the top Restaurants in Looe. Open Evenings and for lunches. We specialise in Steaks and fresh local fish from the quay, a`la carte and bistro. We are on the quay side overlooking the harbour.
- The Plough
Duloe near Liskeard
Found in the lovely Cornish village of Duloe, offering a warm and relaxed atmosphere with a passion for simple, honest cuisine, real ales and fine wines. With delightful views across Looe valley towards Churchbridge enjoy a drink in our garden or seated at our well stocked bar, unwind by the open fire. Alternatively dine with us and enjoy a selection of our award winning pub food.
- The Crown Inn
We are so lucky to be located in Cornwall with all the benefits of the wonderful produce available on our doorstep. You can be guaranteed that great seasonal local produce always features on our specials boards, be it Cornish new potatoes, Cornish asparagus or local game during the season. Food is available every day at The Crown Inn. The menu and special boards are the same wherever you eat in the pub.
- Hayloft Restaurant
Menheniot near Liskeard
The menu is innovative Italian-British with fresh twists on traditional dishes, using the best seasonal and local produce whenever possible. Food is prepared to order and served in an intimate but lively atmosphere by knowledgeable staff. The Hayloft is a happy, family-run restaurant, where the food’s all about flavour and the aim is simple: to have a good time.
- Heskyn Mill
A charming 18th Century Corn Mill, located near the A38 at Tideford, within easy reach of Liskeard, Looe, Saltash and Plymouth. In a beautiful setting in the heart of the Cornish countryside, Heskyn Mill with it’s centuries old history, is the ideal place to relax and enjoy a freshly prepared lunch or evening meal.
- The Bowgie Inn
Crantock near Newquay
We are open all day everyday for drinks and coffee from 11am. Food is served 11am to 3pm and from 5pm to 9pm on weekdays. Also, all day from 11am at the weekend and during school holidays. You warm up next to the roaring fire with a coffee after a chilly walk, catch some rays on our sun terrace with a glass of wine, refuel with some traditional home-cooked food or let your hair down and enjoy live music.
- The Smugglers Den Inn
Trebellan near Cubert
Tucked away in the picturesque hamlet of Trebellan this delightful country pub is a real sight for sore eyes. A traditional bar with roaring log fire keeps thirsts quenched with a wonderful selection of local ales and wines, whilst a separate restaurant awaits with fantastic local produce served focusing on classic British dishes.
- The Boathouse
At The Boathouse we strive to always use the freshest and most seasonal ingredients in our dishes. This means our menu is constantly evolving and changing to suit. So when you dine with us you can be sure that you are getting ingredients at their very best, and that there will always be something new and delicious for you to try when you visit us.
Our 17th Century Bar and Restaurant is situated in a beautiful location within Carvynick Country Club Resort at Summercourt near Newquay. We pride ourselves in offering quality food from local producers and suppliers. Our Chef is dedicated to ensuring fantastic food at sensible prices. Our menu is varied to suit all tastes. Should you have any special requests differing from the main menu Chef is always happy to discuss and arrange.
- Bank Street
A spectacularly modern, style bar and eatery, situated in the heart of the bustling Newquay town centre, Bank Street Bar and Grill has created a warm, relaxed atmosphere for locals and tourists to meet, eat and drink. Open all day, Banks Street is a haven of peace where you can escape the frantic hustle and bustle of the town centre shops and relax with anything from a cappuccino and breakfast to our deliciously famous Gourmet Burgers, Ribs and Steaks.
- The Red Lion Inn Newquay
Situated over looking the harbour, a traditional pub with a warm and friendly atmosphere. Serving good quality food daily 12-9pm, our menu is popular with the local trade, and has an exceptional reputation for a good steak! The Red Lion has many offerings such as traditional ales, live music, cosy log fire, pool table, dart board, gaming machines, superb harbour views, warm and friendly atmosphere.
- Rojano’s in the Square
Rojano’s in the Square is an ideal spot whether you are looking for a morning coffee and cake, lunch or dinner. Our menu gives you a wide choice whether you fancy a light bite or something more hearty, and there’s always something new to try from our specials board! We also have an extensive Italian-focused wine list and serve a range of classic cocktails.
- The Port Gaverne Restaurant
The menu changes every day but expect seasonal, coastal, no-ego food. Your dishes will be cooked simply and with integrity by a new team who have learnt their trade under some of the UK’s top Michelin-star chefs. We are surrounded by the most incredible, fresh, abundant food here in Port Gaverne, so when we say it’s ‘fresh as possible’ it means if we haven’t gone fishing off the rocks when the mackerel are in, we’ve got it off Jim’s boat 50 yards from our front door.
- The Falcon
Offering a great atmosphere, exceptional levels of service and quality food from our Specials Board. We are situated off the ring road on the A39, which is a short distance from many of Cornwalls finest beaches. We have a great kids area, somewhere to keep them entertained whilst you relax. The Falcon is the perfect place to come and indulge with family or friends.
- The Mill House Inn
The Mill House Inn offers great food and drink; Menus are changed regularly and concentrate on the use of the best fresh fish, meat, produce and other ingredients all sourced locally, in and around North Cornwall. Sharps and Tintagel Brewery local ales and an unusual and creative wine list compliment the lunch and dinner menus.
- The Port William Inn
The Port William must be one of the most spectacular settings for eating out in Cornwall, with superb sea, beach and cliff views. The bar is warm and welcoming with its large open fire and nautical theme while the dining area, conservatory and outside seating provide amazing views of the rugged Atlantic coastline and beach below. A wide selection of wines and real ales are available to compliment the delicious menu which includes locally sourced fresh fish, meats and vegetables prepared by our resident chef.
- The Journeyman Restaurant
We’re ideally placed for that special night out, a family occasion, or just a chilled evening with friends. Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere of our restaurant’s mill dining room on long summer evenings or cosy winter nights. The Journeyman’s extensive menu offers something for everyone with over 40 dishes selected from the world’s finest cuisines.
Located in the most historic part of Penzance, tucked away in our own secluded palm and flower filled courtyard. Set on two floors, each with its own atmosphere we pride ourselves in having a modern, contemporary yet warm and inviting atmosphere. Open Tuesday to Saturday from 6:15pm.
- The Logan Rock
The award winning Logan Rock Inn is a 16th century traditional village pub serving a variety of real ales and excellent home cooked food. Boasting a great position just of the coast path the Logan Rock Inn is a great starting, end, or stop off point on a number of walks. The Logan Rock Inn is named after the famous Logan Rock which stands a short walk away from the picturesque village of Treen.
- Ben Tunnicliffe
Our beach-side restaurant at Sennen Cove occupies one of the most impressive dining locations in the country, commanding spectacular views over this rugged and unspoilt bay in West Cornwall. We offer a wide variety of dishes to suit all tastes from our locally sourced produce with an emphasis on the best quality and seasonality. Our menus change throughout the year as the season brings fresh produce to market. Children and dogs welcome.
- The Turk’s Head
The oldest pub in Penzance. Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere in the comfort of the bar area. Ponder over the selection of food from our extensive menu or simply enjoy the ambience of a local friendly pub. Our kitchen serves the freshest, finest local produce. Our food has been recognised by numerous awards. All you need to do is sit back and enjoy. Take in the Cornish sun while eating your meal Al Fresco in our covered seating area.
- Admiral Benbow
One of the oldest drinking houses in Penzance, The Admiral Benbow has been in existence since the 17th Century. Legend has it Robert Louis Stevenson visited Penzance in 1880 afer returning from a journey from America. He had formulated an idea of the plotline but had yet to settle on the starting point for the story. A visit to the Benbow, at that time an illegal drinking den and home to numerous smugglers, is said to have inspired him further and as a nod to the pub, he included the name in his story, Treasure Island which first appeared in 1881.
- The Bay
Open all hours, whether you are looking for a leisurely breakfast, from 07:15 up to 11:00, a relaxed lunch from 12:00-14:30, a delightful afternoon tea until 16:30 or a brasserie dinner from 17:00. Or just pop in for coffee and sandwiches and a glass of wine and sit in our light airy restaurant with sweeping views across Mounts Bay. Our 40 cover restaurant is not the only venue, as we also have a private dining for up to 16 guests.
- The Star Inn St Just
Located in the charming picturesque Cornish town of St Just, in Penwith, close to Lands End and Cape Cornwall, the Star Inn is a true gem: Full of tradition, character and immense charm. One of the oldest pubs in the town, and is well known in the area for its excellent West Country ales. It is one of the few pubs left in the country that only sell wines, spirits and of course well kept beer! Step back in time, come and visit us, a friendly welcome assured.
- The Waterwheel Inn
Trethowel near St Austell
The Waterwheel Inn and Restaurant is situated in a beautiful wooded valley, beside The White River and just a brisk 10 minutes walk from St Austell town. We have an A La Carte Menu and Waterwheel Chargrilled steaks as well as daily specials which includes fresh fish. We also have a Set Menu with 3 courses and 2 courses. Open Monday to Saturday from 6:30pm, last orders at 8:45pm.
- The Britannia Inn
Par near St Austell
A former 18th Century coaching Inn between Par and St Austell, now transformed into a stylish Freehouse Pub and Restaurant. Looking out on our gardens and terrace, our exciting full menu plus our daily changing Chef’s specials are served from 12pm to 2.30pm and 6pm to 9pm (subject to seasonal changes) and our delicious Sunday Lunch menu is served every week.
London Apprentice near St Austell
Kingswood Bar and Restaurant is a relaxed bistro style dining experience on the outskirts of St Austell. We welcome you along for any occasion whether a celebration or an intimate evening. Pop in and enjoy a quick bite from our varied menu or book for a more full dining experience.
- Taj Mahal
The Taj Mahal, situated on Victoria Road, St Austell, offers an authentic and traditional Indian dining experience. The food is expertly prepared by a close knit team of chefs using high quality ingredients and is sure to impress. This high standard continues through into the dining area where you will be treated with a level of service second to none.
- The White Pyramid Inn
Trewoon near St Austell
The White Pyramid Inn is situated on the outskirts of the little Cornish village of Trewoon, close to the newly developed market town of St Austell. The Inn is very well thought of locally, boasting a free house with an excellent selection of beers, wines and spirits, complimented by a popular restaurant with an extensive menu.
- The Star Inn St Erth
This 17th century Grade 2 listed public house in the center of St Erth, offers real ales and good food 7 days a week. Anything from a pint and pasty to a 3 course meal and a hearty Sunday lunch which can be enjoyed either in the bar or the restaurant. We have a games area with pool table and dart board, as well as a south facing beer garden for those long summer days, and wood burning stoves for those cold winter ones. St Erth is on the National Cycle Route 3, which runs from Lands End to Gwithian, so we welcome cyclist’s and walkers with or without dogs.
- The Cornish Arms
Although newly decorated, this cosy pub is bursting with traditional charm and character. We offer a wide range of beverages, wines, spirits, ales, soft drinks and hot drinks. If you get peckish, we have a evening menu and specials board full of good wholesome food that you can enjoy in the separate family dining area to the right of the bar.
- Sea Food Cafe
The freshest fish and meat served to your taste. Each day, we have a selection of fresh local fish and shellfish, prime Cornish meats and free range poultry. Dining with us is simple and fun you simply – Make your choice from our refrigerated display cabinets, then add your choice of potatoes, salad and vegetables, finally choose your sauce or let our waiters select one for you.
- The Mermaid Seafood Restaurant
The Mermaid Seafood Restaurant has a well earned reputation as being one of the finest seafood restaurants in Cornwall. Fish comes straight from the quay-with Lobsters a specialty in the summer months. Also a selection of locally farmed Meat and poultry are available on the menu for the non fishy eaters amongst you.
- The Sloop Inn
Right on the harbour front it’s one of St Ives oldest inns.
- Beach Café Bar
Perfectly situated centrally on the stunning seafront in St Ives. We have a chilled out relaxed rustic-chic atmosphere, serve fantastic coffee, wine, artisan beers and smidgens of delicious food.
- The Union Inn St Ives
We offer a traditional pub menu incorporating fresh fish and local meat along with all the expected pub favourites including a traditional Sunday roast and a daily specials board. We also have a great selection of draft ales, lagers and ciders including the Awards Winning Cornish Doom Bar Bitter, 2 Cornish Ciders and Becks Vier Lager.
- Saffron Truro
The restaurant seats 45, and the atmosphere is warm and tranquil. Cosy booths provide an element of privacy for those wanting a more intimate experience, and the rear section of the restaurant is ideal for private party bookings of up to 20. Almost all ingredients are locally sourced, and this dictates our highly seasonal regularly changing menu. For a memorable meal with attentive service and a regularly changing seasonal menu, come to Saffron.
- Tabb’s Restaurant
We remain dedicated to using the best local produce available and keep close ties with our suppliers – producing beautifully simple dishes which allow the ingredients to shine. Everything we serve is produced at the restaurant, from the bread with your starters to the chocolates with your coffee. Tabb’s is one of the most exciting restaurants in Truro.
- The Punchbowl and Ladle
Penelewey near Feock
A pretty, thatched traditional pub and restaurant, the Punchbowl and Ladle has masses of character both inside and out. A welcoming pub with two bars, a large dining area and plenty of cosy nooks and corners for people to sit in comfort. We have an extensive menu every day throughout the pub from 12 noon to 9pm. Well-behaved dogs are welcome to sit with their owners in the bar areas. WiFi is available throughout the pub.
- Old School Bar & Kitchen
Mount Hawke near Truro
Old School Bar and Kitchen is an award-winning contemporary Gastro Pub in Mount Hawke near Truro, located in a recently refurbished iconic school building in the heart of the village. This family-run business is focused on providing friendly service in a wonderful setting whilst serving innovative, high quality food created from locally sourced produce to ensure the freshest of flavours.
- The Whitehouse Inn
We are open for breakfast from 7am – midday and then our restaurant hours vary throughout the year although last food orders will be 9pm prompt. With a mixture of homemade meals and pub favourites, we have one of the largest children’s choice menus around and a specials board which is changed regularly to add to your choice.
- Trennick Mill
Malpas near Truro
Our team has experience that far surpasses their individual job requirements and such passion for food and wine that the end result is an experience of food, wine and service that is simply, award winning. The flexibility of the dining room encourages leisurely family lunches, business dining, appetisers and drinks at the bar, pre-theatre dinners or a full gastronomic experience.
- The William IV
The William IV Truro is a lively pub situated on Kenwyn St in the heart of the city, serving fantastic food all year round using fresh local produce. Relax in front of the real wood burner on comfy sofas and enjoy the atmosphere of our lounge bar with a well chosen pint of St Austell Breweries Finest Ale or a glass of wine from the wine list featuring classics as well as less known producers. Wheelchair accessible and free WiFi is available.