Surrounded by Great food & Drink
Food and Drink
Spoilt for choice
20 minutes away
Many a pint has been supped in this corner of Cornwall with local pubs in every locale. The best is next nearby at Gunwalloe where the ancient Halzephron Inn is named after ‘Hellcliff’ thanks to its stunning location. But the rest of our favourite pubs are just as good and also near the sea, with both the White Hart and The Three Tuns pubs in St Keverne or the Five Pilchards Inn at Porthallow at the heart of their seaside communities. Head to the lush green of the Helford river for the Shipwrights Arms at Helford, or the New Inn at Manaccan – both upmarket offerings that pull a decent pint. In the large village of Mullion is The Old Inn or the Mounts Bay Inn that looks out across fields to the sea. A little further from us, over in Gweek you’ll find the Black Swan not far from the river mouth with both indoor and outdoor eating arrangements, or for a sailor’s view of your pint The Paris Hotel is at the end of the harbour in Coverack, or ping-pong from one side of Porthleven harbour to the other and sample the brews of both The Ship Inn and The Harbour Inn. Lastly, there’s a rather famous little brewery in Helston housed under the thatched roof of the Blue Anchor – many a visitor has underestimated a pint of Spingo.
Come and visit
With Travassack Holidays as your base, you can enjoy all the culinary delights that Cornwall has to offer, from locally-sourced dishes fresh from the sea to the finest cuisine in the restaurants and cafes and pubs around the county.