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Cornwall : les meilleurs cafés

Restaurant de fruits de mer
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“A real treat destination. A bit pricey but worth it. Excellent fish and seafood and locally grown produce. Extensive wine list includes Cornish wine from Camel Valley. ”
Recommandé par 50 habitants
Restaurant
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“A converted life boat station converted into a restaurant with great views nestled on the beach at Polkerris. Pre booking essential so if you want to include this in your stay call us for a booking.”
Recommandé par 48 habitants
Cafe
“Sit in the cafe & watch the world go by, the cafe is on the beach & looks out to sea. It is in a beautiful setting & worthy of a visit!”
Recommandé par 28 habitants
Café
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“lovely food served from the hut, you can sit and eat it overlooking the beaches. Can be busy in the summer but out of season its a great place to relax.”
Recommandé par 37 habitants
Bar
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“Fresh cocktails & an extensive wine list. The menu has a major emphasis on crisp, clean flavours ”
Recommandé par 28 habitants
Café
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“Just because it is simply the most amazing food made by owner and been there since day one. Can be a wait but order early and say time you’d like to pick up. (Keep it to yourself) Plus you can get ice- cream in the day! ”
Recommandé par 31 habitants
Café
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“Cool, trendy cafe serving really excellent coffee and the usual coffee shop type stuff”
Recommandé par 26 habitants
Café
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“The food here is excellent for a beach cafe, you need to get to the beach early, the car park fills up quickly and there can be long queues to order food.”
Recommandé par 28 habitants
Cafe
“JUMP OFF A CLIFF: The Zip at Adrenalin Quarry in South East Cornwall, is the UK’s maddest ever zip wire. Long, high, fast. Twin wires cross the flooded depths of the old quarry, sheer cliffs rise on either side.The Zip is the only place in the UK where you can just turn up and jump. NO NEED TO BOOK! No fuss, no pre-booking, no hours of waiting around – we throw you off cliff within minutes of arrival. We're easy to find, just off the A38 main road. Perched at the top of our cliffs, The Giant Swing hangs 50ft off the ground, 150ft over water. You’re hoisted to 80° then plunged 3-at-a-time over the lake. Just when you think there’s no turning back, you pull out of the dive and experience zero gravity, before doing it all again – backwards. ”
Recommandé par 19 habitants
Café
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“A well known beach for surfing in the heart of St Ives. It is very popular with holidaymakers in the summer months.”
Recommandé par 18 habitants
Café
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“Great for fresh coffee and breakfasts, but also open for lunch and dinner in the season.”
Recommandé par 22 habitants
Restaurant de fruits de mer
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“A family favourite! Amazing fresh sea food! No bookings taken so rock up! Grab a cocktail and wait to be seated! Early dining is recommended in peak season”
Recommandé par 21 habitants
Parc
“Eat in their beautiful glasshouse and enjoy wandering lovely garden, vegetarian food, lie in hammocks, great for kids too”
Recommandé par 26 habitants
Café
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“A National Trust house only a 10 minute car ride away. Worth a visit just to walk around the gardens and visit the quay. You can walk from Cothele to the village of Calstock which has a lovely pub by the river.”
Recommandé par 15 habitants
Cafe
“A three hour trip including time for a picnic (you can bring your own or book bears). The canoes are perfect for beginners and for family outings. You need to wear casual, comfy clothing suitable for the weather conditions”
Recommandé par 14 habitants
Cafe
“A great place for breakfast as you are overlooing Porthgwidden beach and St Ives Bay, this is the place we have seen the most dolphins. ”
Recommandé par 13 habitants