On this beautiful bank holiday weekend, we thought we’d share some of the places that we like
to frequent on the rare occasion that it’s actually possible to sit outside. We’ve also given you
the links to some of our wonderful properties that just happen to be pretty close to these
The Tywarnhalye Inn is right in the centre of Perranporth. The family and dog friendly pub is
open seven days a week and has a carvery on sundays. It’s just a short walk from the beach
with plenty of outside seating. The perfect place to enjoy their great food and drink offerings.
Beach View Apartment – https://bit.ly/2JXxDhk
Next is the Heron Inn. Just a short drive or bus journey from Perranporth, this pub is situated along Malpas River. If you’re wanting to make the most of their selection of local beers, ciders, wines and spirits they can provide you with Tuk-Tuk to save you the hazardous (only when inebriated) walk back along the river.
Fairlee – https://bit.ly/2rn3EID
Smugglers Den Inn is a beautiful 16th century thatched pub nestled in the countryside just a short drive away from Perranporth. Local ales and wines are available, as are plenty of delicious classic British dishes made from locally sourced produce.
7 Gwythian Way – https://bit.ly/2wcjc70
Lewinnick Lodge is a favourite amongst locals. Just on the edge of Newquay, it feels far away from the occasionally overwhelming tourist destination that Newquay becomes in the summer. Recently increased, the outside seating provides amazing views of the sea and the dramatic cliffs.
Engellie Cottage – https://bit.ly/2KChAGK
We couldn’t do this list like this without mentioning the Watering Hole. If you’ve been here before you’ll know why. You can’t access this place without walking across the beach, so as you may expect the views are stunning – particularly at sunset. The outside seating area is huge and they have a pretty full schedule of live music to keep you entertained.
4 Somerville Road – https://bit.ly/2JXxoTs