With 697km of coastline outlining an interior of rolling green countryside, the county of Cornwall on the UK’s South West corner is a magnet for visitors. Its landscapes and natural architecture remain relatively unspoiled. Many local villages and fishing ports have been the backdrop to films and period dramas. The area is also rich in food history. Cornish pasties, clotted cream, and cider are internationally known. Still, they are only a tiny fraction of what the area has to offer. If you love to eat and drink, you’ll love Cornwall!
Cornwall has hotels and restaurants abound. But we want to encourage you to avoid the international chains and big names and eat, drink and stay as we do, in Cornish pubs and inns (pub accommodation). There are many wonderful options to choose from. Our blog is here to help you sort through the friendly, the historical, the all-about-food, the quirky, and the picturesque. We’ll review some of our favourite pubs and inns to help you identify the ones you might love too. So whether you’re looking for real ale, award-winning food, sea views, family-friendly accommodation, or a touch of history or romance, read on!