Best places for eating out near Crackington Haven
Updated: May 11
North Cornwall offers a variety of great restaurants, cafes, and pubs. Serving high quality food, heres a selection of the best ones that are within easy reach of Pencuke Farm.
The Coombe Barton at Crackington Haven
Located next to the beach at Crackington Haven, this independent pub has been refurbished and offers a good selection of beer, and cider. The menu includes classics ;like fish and chips, pies, burgers, and a roast on a Sunday. It's always worth booking and some of the tables have a great view of the sea. You can take your beer out to the bridge and watch the sun go down or dine alfresco on one of the outside tables that wrap around the pub. Theres a car park and it's also dog friendly.
The Port William and Trebarwith Strand
Trebarwith Strand is a 15 minute drive away from the farm. Set up on the cliff, by the south west coast path, the Port William has one of the best views from a pub you could imagine. Serving good pub food, a carvery on Sunday and and range of beers. Theres plenty of seats indoors with a view and plenty of outdoor tables, though booking is always recommended. Both the pub and beach are dog friendly all year round. There are two pay and display car parks, though in the winter months, you can often park for free next to the beach.
Boscastle farm shop, Boscastle
Situated on the b3263, turn right at the end of Pencuke lane and you'll reach the Boscastle farm shop in about 5 minutes, before you enter the harbour village of Boscastle. In addition to the farm shop, you'll can feast o a range of hearty meals from breakfast through lunch. There's also great range of cakes and desserts on offer. Much of the food is from the owners farm and they even have a meat counter selling their produce. Dogs are allowed outside only.
Life's a beach, Summerleaze beach, bude
Situated just above Summerleaze beach in Bude, Life's a beach offers a cafe by day and a bistro specialising in Seafood at night. Locally sourced ingrediants mean the food is good quality and it's a great spot to take in the fantastic views of the Bude coastline. The terrace is Dog friendly. The nearest parking is at Summerleaze car park.
Port Gaverne Hotel, Port Gaverne
This pub has won numerous awards, including best food pub in the county. Loads of character and dog friendly too. It's Worth a visit to nearby Port Issac whilst you are there. Parking can be limited, but its a short walk down the hill, from the car park in Port Issac
The Cabin Cafe, Crackington Haven
Located at Crackington Haven Beach, the Cabin sells great homemade food, a range of lovely cakes and good coffee. Open for breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea all year round. In the Summer months, they also hold bbq evening with the meat sourced from their own farm.
Rosies Kitchen, Bude
Rosie's is great if you have kids. It offers a play area and is just steps away from crooklets beach. It's a beach cafe by day and Restaurant in the evening.
Other notable eateries worth checking out are:
The Rocket Store, Boscastle
Widemouth Bay Cafe, Widemouth Bay
La Bocca Pizzeria, Bude
Elements at the Beach Hotel
The Deck, Bude
Barneys Burger Joint, Bude
The little pig Farm shop and cafe, Kilkhampton
Nathan Outlaws Fish Kitchen, Port Issac
Nathan Outlaws New Road, Port Issac
Sharon's Plaice Fish and Chips, Delabole
Peckish Fish and Chips, Camelford