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Eating Out

You don’t need to travel far to find great food here on the Roseland.  From traditional country pubs to exquisite restaurants, you’ll find a variety of places available in which to eat and drink (from nearest to furthest from Trewince): We try to keep the following information as up to date as possible, however we recommend you contact the premises direct prior to your stay)

The Coach HouseThe Coach House Bar/Cafe, Trewince Manor Estate – Serving pastries, pasties, savoury snacks, cream teas, (freshly baked cakes – if available) and Callestick Farm ice-cream.  Also available, a range of hot & cold drinks, including ‘Cornish Gold’ coffee from our espresso machine, or from 12 noon a small selection of alcoholic beverages, including the award winning local Doom Bar and Tribute beers, local ciders, spirits and a selection of wines are available from our licensed bar. (Limited menu available during the winter season)

Pizza NightSlice Pizza Menu Page 1Slice of the West, The Woodfired Pizza Co.  Situated outside The Coach House Bar/Cafe from 5pm-8pm every MONDAY from Easter (subject to demand) –  All pizzas are freshly prepared and cooked to order in a woodfired oven.  Pop up, order a pizza, have a swim, sauna & jacuzzi, or maybe order a drink from the Bar.  (Not available during the winter season)


BBQBBQ Night – Every Thursday during the summer season, we have our very popular BBQ Night where we serve up chicken, burgers, sausages, stuffed mushrooms (and steaks by pre-order for an additional fee), along with various side dishes of rice, pasta, salad & potatoes.   (Special dietary requirements can be catered for on request). BBQ night is held on Thursday from 7pm (weather permitting). Its a great way to enable guests to get together and meet the each other.   Tickets can be purchased from Reception and we ask that all bookings are made by 4.00om on Wednesday to enable all food to be ordered. (we will advise if maximum numbers have been reached).  If due to poor weather or unforeseen circumstances, we need to cancel, you will be notified and refunded if we are unable to re-arrange. (Not available during the winter season)

The Royal Standard, Gerrans – An ‘old fashioned’ traditional Cornish pub with a child and dog friendly garden.  The Royal Standard is a Free House meaning much greater choice in beer and cider selection.  Awarded the Cask Marque, an independant accreditation scheme to recognise excellence in the service of cask ale. The food menu uses locally sourced produce, and is freshly cooked to order.  Bookings taken for Sunday Lunch only, at all other times just turn up!

Tel: 01872 580271 –

The Plume - PortscathoThe Plume of Feathers – A 17th century country pub steeped in history.  Our chefs source only the best of local Cornish produce.  The menu changes almost daily due to the freshness of our products and the products available that day.  Everything is prepared on the premises, from the breads and chips to the black pudding scotch eggs. It is fully recommended that Sunday lunches are booked. Cooking from 12-9pm daily.  Serving Cornish Beers & Cider.

Tel: 01872 580321 –

The Boathouse Restaurant, PortscathoThe Boathouse Restaurant, Portscatho – Not Currently Trading

Tel: 01872 580326 –


Tatams PortscathoTatams Portscatho – Situated on the slipway of Tatams Beach.  Coffee and cakes by day.

Stonebaked is the evening takeaway – hand-thrown pizzas and weekly specials from the grill. Orders are taken via phone or in person at Tatams.  Food is cooked off-site (200 yards up the road) in a professional kitchen by the Hidden Hut chefs. The food is then delivered to Tatams.

Recommend to contact direct for up to date information Tel: 01872 581894 –

The Atlantic Fryer Fish & ChipsThe Atlantic Fryer, New Road Lay By (Porthcurnick Car Park)Every Friday & Saturday throughout the year. Delicious homemade old fashioned fish and chips from 5pm until 8pm, rain or shine.


Tel: 01872 580248 –


The Hidden HutThe Hidden Hut, Porthcurnick Beach, Portscatho – A small rustic outdoor beach cafe located on Porthcurnick Beach, Portscatho.  A great place to eat and unwind in a relaxed, welcoming atmosphere. By day, simple, freshly made refreshments and seasonal lunches, plus hot & cold drinks and ice cream  By night, the hut opens on selected evenings (around three or four times a month) to host fabulous open-air feast nights! Open every day, 10am-4pm, lunch served from 12 noon, no bookings, cash only.  Season runs March – Oct only

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The Rosevine, Rosevine: This restaurant has a relaxed atmosphere.  Dishes are cooked simply, using local produce and with what is in season.  With sea views across Gerrans Bay, towards Portscatho.

Tel: 01872 580206 –

The Driftwood, Rosevine: The Driftwood’s Michelin Star restaurant serves only the freshest, finest food, and it’s clifftop location enjoys stunning far-reaching views across the bay.

Tel: 01872 580644 –

The Roseland Inn, PhilleighThe Roseland Inn, Philleigh – The 16th Century listed building houses a unique and cosy traditional Pub. Pop in and relax to a warm welcome, a well kept pint, a quality wine, gourmet coffee or a homecooked gastro meal.

Tel: 01872 580254 –

The New Inn, VeryanThe New Inn, Veryan – Housed in a converted pair of 16th century cottages. The menu specialises in local cornish produce and the bar is stocked with local real ales from the St Austell Brewery.

Tel: 01872 501362 –

The Quarterdeck at the Nare Hotel, Carne Beach, VeryanThe Quarterdeck at the Nare Hotel, Carne Beach, Veryan – Classical yachting decor, sheltered terrace and fabulous food made with the finest local ingredients as the basis for the menu.  Perfect place to meet family and friends for a relaxed lunch or a stylish evening meal.

Tel: 01872 501111 –

The Kings Head, Ruan LanihorneThe Kings Head, Ruan Lanihorne – Situated in this tiny hamlet, a small country pub with a warm welcome, great beers and simple food, cooked well.

Tel: 01872 501263 –

The Victory Inn - St MawesThe Victory Inn, St Mawes – A traditional pub (informal restaurant upstairs) serving lunches and dinners.  Menu includes fresh local seafood dishes, steaks, pasta and vegetarian options.  Serve a good selection of beers & wines.  Family & dog friendly.

Tel: 01326 270324 –

The Rising Sun - St MawesThe Rising Sun, St Mawes – Ideally positioned in the the centre of the village, the pub combines both modern and traditional style.  The menu offers a wide range of traditional, generously sized dishes with locally sourced ingredients.

Tel: 01326 270233 –

SMH front viewThe St Mawes Hotel, St Mawes – The bar restaurant at the St Mawes Hotel serve authentic quality dishes that will showcase the best locally sourced Cornish ingredients. Menu offers both smaller and larger dishes based on the produce from the sea, and daily specials. Alfresco tables provide an idyllic location to make the most of sunny days spectacular views.

Tel: 01329 270266 –

Tresanton Hotel, St MawesTresanton Hotel, St Mawes – The menu can change daily in order to offer the freshest, locally caught seafood.  Sit and eat in the calm, cool, mediterranean restaurant or out on the spacious terraces.

Tel: 01326 270055 –

The Kings Arms, TregonyThe Kings Arms, Tregony – A beautiful old coaching inn, refurbished back to its original glory, original slate floors (with an original well) and wood paneled walls in the 3 bars.  Serving traditional pub food, fresh seafood, and a la carte.  All locally sourced where possible.  Cask Marque accredited pub serves excellent St Austell ales along with tasty bar snacks.

Tel: 01872 530202 –