- Eating Out
Smuggler's Den Inn is about a one and a half a mile's
walk from The Holiday Villa, by footpath through the open countryside.
Enjoy a delicious lunch or evening meal in this sixteenth century inn
located in the picturesque hamlet of Trebellan near Cubert. The
freshest ingredients are used in the kitchen. The Smugglers' is also
known for quality real ales a wide range of international wines .
Annual festivals: The Pie & Ale Festival in May and SmugFest in
October should not to be missed and host a wide range of bands, not
too mention a large selection of different beers over the weekends!
Colonial on Tolcarne Beach boasts authentic flavours
made from the freshest ingredients and thirst quenching signature
cocktails. Friendly beach side service and of course stunning
Fish House - Fistral Bay -For that special meal. Why
not join Paul Harwood at the Fish House. A relatively new restaurant
in Newquay located on Fistral Bay a stones throw from the sea. Uses
locally caught fish and shell fish from Newquay harbour and using the
best seasonal ingredients available, to create rustic dishes with
authentic flavours. Can you think of a better way to finish the day
than watching the sunset eating amazing food and soaking up the
The Lewinnick Lodge - Nestled
on the cliffs overlooking Newquays Bays a stunning view
- awaits you
while enjoying fresh seafood and classic dishes made with local
- Don't want to walk too far:
The Treguth: My favorite in Holywell - Thatched pub with big
open fire to warm yourself up on cold days. Good beer and home cooked
food. Dog Friendly.
The Piran Inn: Closest to the beach. Dog Friendly.
During peak weeks we have 1 beach shop. About five
hundred meters away is the Parkdean Caravan Park which has a Nisa
Local shop that sells general day to day Groceries and Newspapers this
opens around Easter time and stays open until the end of October.
- The Holywell - Natural spring water on the Beach
- The Beach
Possibly the finest beach in Cornwall (well in my opinion