Discover a range of one off and monthly events taking place at Krowji's The Melting Pot cafe this winter!
It’s summer, the time of year when seagulls rejoice at the abundance of pasties and ice creams ready to pluck from unsuspecting tourist’s hands and the time of year to make the most of our local hideouts for some great Cornish food and drink. Café Lake Central in Stithians – Located on what >> read more
Nothing rivals the smell of a freshly baked bread in the morning, here is our pick of local Bakers to guarantee you a good start to the day: The Little Bakehouse Since humble beginnings just two years ago, The Little Bakehouse has had a lot to shout about. Reaching 2nd best Cornish bakery in the >> read more
The Blue Haze Restaurant is situated alongside Porthleven’s historic harbour giving Chef Sat Bajway direct access to freshly caught fish and shellfish. The restaurant offers lunch, early dinner and evening menus - wherever possible local, Cornish or Organic produce is used and most of the fish is landed at Porthleven Quay.
Bangors Organic is an award winning B&B, restaurant and regular organic farmers market in North Cornwall.Owners, Gill and Neil Faiers welcome you to their home and garden to explore their world. It is set on a five acre horticultural holding and is one of three soil association certified B&B's in the UK. Bagnors Organic is proud of its eco credentials - as well as being soil association certified, if you arrive by electric car there is a free hook up on the drive. Enjoy good food made with the freshest and best of produce in the restaurant and enjoy your stay in a spacious ensuite room.
“Cornwall is blooming beautiful! https://t.co/EsMJWaIE0T”
The Leach Pottery, founded in 1920 by Bernard Leach and Shoji Hamada, is among the most respected and influential studio potteries in the world. Over the last hundred years scores of potters, students and apprentices from across the world have come to the Leach Pottery to work and train, creating a uniquely international environment on the Cornish coast.
The recently restored Leach Pottery site includes a museum which celebrates the life and work of Bernard Leach and visitors can see the original pottery workshop built in 1920, including the first Japanese climbing kiln in the western world.