Eating & shopping

Top picnic spots

  •  © National Trust

    Percuil

    Enjoy the wooded creeks here. A short walk followed by a picnic. Lovely.

  • St Anthony Head

    A short walk from the car park will bring you to the sweeping views of Falmouth harbour.

  • At the top of St Anthony Head you can see St Mawes in the distance © National Trust

    Carne and Pendower

    The sand dunes at Pendower are a good place for a picnic blanket, enjoy the beach at low tide. Wa...

  • Anyone for cricket? Summer fun at Hemmick Beach © Emma Shepherd

    Hemmick

    Further afield Hemmick is the perfect beach for sandy sandwiches. Park at Penare car park.

The Hidden Hut

Be tempted for lunches, snacks and even feasts

Be tempted for lunches, snacks and even feasts

This small café on Porthcurnick beach has been attracting rave reviews for our tenants Jemma and Simon. As well as all you would expect next to the beach, look out for their special feast nights (booking essential).

Open most days and every day in the summer months.

Jemma and Simon have also been featured 'living the dream' on Cornwall with Caroline Quentin on ITV1.

Thirsty?

Look out for Earl, the vintage Citroen van, which has been serving specially blended teas and delicious baking in the courtyard at Porth Farm this summer. To keep up to date with owners Seth and Jodi, where they are and for more information about what else they do visit their Facebook pages.

Ice cream stop

Those long sunny days on the beach are only complete when you've had a truly Cornish ice cream with a dollop of clotted cream.

Find your way to the Hidden Hut at Porthcurnick or the ice cream van at Carne beach.

Across the water

Combine a visit to the Roseland with a trip across the King Harry ferry to Trelissick Garden.

Settle down to morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea at Crofters Café. Or have your Sunday lunch at the Barn Restaurant.

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