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.
With stretches of sandy beaches just dying to be sprinted across, woodland and moorland haunts that demand serious investigation, and more than 250 miles of walkable coastline on offer, we know that for some of you, exploring Cornwall just isn’t the same without your four legged companion. Take a look at our county-wide list of pooch-friendly pitstops, many of which include a perfect spot for a W-A-L-K into the bargain.
Barista served coffee, wholesome light lunches and delicious homemade cakes all made on site using local produce. Family friendly and free parking.
Call: 01872 553007
Award winning atmospheric cafe situated at Cornwall's exciting cultural playground, Heartlands. Delivering great Cornish produce creatively and with excellent service.
Call: 01209 722320
Fresh from the Sea brings you sustainably caught Lobster and Crab straight from their boat to your plate. Port Isaac's finest catch is cooked and hand picked on the premises, ready for you to take home or eat with a salad or sandwich.
Call: 01208 880849
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
Callestick produce quality ice-cream using fresh milk from their 100 cow herd and their own source of spring water. Available in scooping sizes, retail 500ml tubs and theatre pots, it's made from 100% natural ingredients and is sold in over thirty different flavours.
Call: 01872 573126
With a passion for local produce and a stunning setting, Boscastle Farm Shop and Cafe has it all. Surrounded by National Trust Farmland and less than 50 yards to the South West coastal path, the views are breathtaking.
Call: 01840 250218
Located in the heart of Porthgwarra - the Cafe serves a selection of refreshments including fresh pasties, traditional cream teas, ice cream, cold drinks, coffee and tea, and delicious cakes baked on the premises.
Call: 01736 888515
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
C-Bay offers locally sourced seasonal ingredients and mouth-watering dishes with a Cornish and British influence which you can enjoy in our sea view restaurant, on the sun terrace or in the garden.
Call: 01637 830229
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
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
Wheal Martyn is set in the heart of Cornwall. This picturesque site includes nature trails, woodland walks and is home to the UK's only china clay heritage centre. The unique cafe is located within the Victorian remains of a china clay settling tank and uses the very best Cornish produce.
Call: 01726 850362
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.
Call: 01208 8880244
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
A beautiful woodsmans cottage serving homemade lovely lunches and yummy treats every day of the year. The cafe is surrounded by the stunning backdrop of Cardinham Woods.
Call: 01208 78111
This award-winning, family-run pub uses locally sourced, organic ingredients to create a diverse and delicious menu, and is situated in an area of outstanding beauty.
Call: 01736 762240
The Lost Gardens of Heligan are home to the Finest Productive Gardens in Britain and produce over 300 varieties of heritage fruit and vegetables which are lovingly tended to supply the Heligan Kitchen with fresh, seasonal produce.
Call: 01726 845100
South West Lakes Trust is the region's largest combined environmental and recreational charity. As well as outdoor activities, you can also enjoy the delights of their cafes (Tamar Lake cafe near Bude and Siblyback Lake cafe near Liskeard) which support regional producers and use locally sourced ingredients.
Call: 01288 321607