Great Cornish Food Store Ltd is a company registered in England, No 9997008. VAT registration number 238095786. Registered office: Chapel View Farm, Coombe Lane, Bissoe, Truro, TR4 8RE, United Kingdom.
A delectable round-up of where to stay if you’re heading to the Great Cornish Food Festival on the 25th-27th September. If you’re from out of county, or even planning a cheeky staycation – all the places below have great accommodation alongside their delicious restaurants. Find everything you need to recharge those batteries after a day or three at the festival. You may even catch a few of their chefs on stage during the weekend. For all information about the Great Cornish Food Festival – including how to get there by train, plane or automobile, click the festival link above.
Hidden in the heart of Truro is the 35 bedroom, multi-award winning 4 star The Alverton Hotel. A successful union of a stunning facade dating back to the 1800s with stylish and contemporary interiors. Whether on business or leisure or planning a wedding or event, The Alverton Hotel looks forward to welcoming you. Discover their secret in the city.
Call: 01872 276633
Brasserie and hotel set in the heart of Falmouth.
Specialising in the use of high end local produce, in particular game and steaks. Chef Dale McIntosh creates memorable dishes and the rest of the team work hard to create experiences to match.
Call: 01326 312 734
Local and seasonal food at reasonable prices, with daily changing menus - simple, yet bursting with flavour - created by acclaimed Head Chef Tom Hunter. Scarlet is the perfect venue for a relaxed breakfast or lunch in stunning surroundings, and the evening menu and comprehensive wine list guarantee a memorable dinner.
Call: 01637 861800
Tresanton has 31 rooms, all with magnificent sea views. Diners can make use of the restaurant's large terrace and the daily changing menu features local seafood, Cornish meat and organic vegetables.
Call: 01326 270055
Experience the ultimate coastal break at the St Moritz near Rock, where the Camel Estuary meets the swell of the Atlantic Ocean. Head chef Jamie Porter values fresh, local produce and serves the finest seafood in their vibrant, open-kitchen restaurant.
Call: 01208 862242
Perched on the edge of one of the world's largest natural harbours, the Greenbank's bright, stylish Harbourside Restaurant is the perfect place to enjoy the bounty of the Southwest's waters.
Call: 01326 312440
An award winning restaurant in Falmouth with stunning views of Falmouth Bay. The Flying Fish is a stylish, contemporary and friendly restaurant. Head Chef Andy Smith and his team create an exciting range of dishes using fresh & seasonal produce, with an emphasis on fresh fish & seafood.
Call: 01326 312707
We're a new mobile coffee van based in Newquay. We serve good quality coffee and homemade cakes (gluten free and vegan options also available). We realise many people suffer from food allergies and cater for special dietary requirements, we want to make sure we have something for everyone. We also visit farms to get as much local produce for our homemade cakes as we can. We love working with people and making our customers happy by offering them our lovely products. To see people enjoying what we do is all that matters to us.
Listed Georgian hotel in the heart of St Ives with a simple offer - delicious food at reasonable prices and a perfect pint, within relaxed and stylish surroundings. Chef Matt Perry has won a loyal following after only one year with his punchy cooking using the best produce Cornwall has to offer.
Call: 01736 796468
Eastern inspired pop up street food trader
Superstar seafood chef Nathan Outlaw oversees four stunning places to eat in Cornwall: the 2-Michelin-star Restaurant Nathan Outlaw at Port Isaac, Outlaw's Fish Kitchen also at Port Isaac, Outlaw's at St Enodoc Hotel in Rock, and The Mariner's pub in Rock, with menus based around market fish and the finest Cornish meat.
Call: 01208 880896
A vintage van serving you German inspired sweet and savoury baked treats and delicious fresh coffee and selection of teas.
With spectacular views out to the Atlantic, the Terrace Restaurant at Gwel an Mor has a bright contemporary feel, the perfect spot to enjoy a cream tea, leisurely lunch or indulgent dinner.
Call: 01209 844132
Magnificent cliff top location above Mullion Harbour with wonderful harbour and costal views. Fine wines and excellent food using the very best fresh local produce. The welcome is warm and sincere, the service professional yet relaxed.
Call: 01326 240328
The Wild Cafe at Bedruthan is a colourful, funky and relaxed place to eat delicious food whilst enjoying looking out at the beach, the surfers and the sunsets.
Call: 01637 861212