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Roasts by the Coast

17th October 2019

As the days shorten and the temperature drops, nothing beats a weekend coastal walk followed by a warming Sunday roast dinner. Luckily there are several places in the local area which serve up great roasts, so here’s a round-up of where to get the best local roast by the coast!

Bear Bar and Kitchen, St Agnes

Down at the bottom of Town Hill in St Agnes, the Bear Bar and Kitchen is a modern pub with a great cocktail list, craft beer and lovely friendly service. It serves tasty gourmet burgers, ‘posh kebabs’, and of course a delicious seasonal roast on a Sunday (pictured above, yum!).    

Bolingey Inn, Bolingey (nr Perranporth)

Another wonderfully traditional Cornish Inn, the 17th Century Bolingey Inn is situated in the picturesque hamlet of the same name, one mile from Perranporth. Serving a hearty homecooked menu, cooked to order, the Sunday roasts come highly recommended.

Lewinnick Lodge, Newquay

Perched on Pentire headland, Lewinnick Lodge is a beautiful contemporary restaurant with superlative views over the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoy Sunday roast topside of beef, pork loin, lamb leg or nut roast with roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and seasonal vegetables while listening to the sound of the sea and watching the waves.

Miners Arms, Mithian

A traditional Cornish pub, The Miners Arms in Mithian dates from the 16th Century and boasts low ceilings, real beams, and roaring open fires. The perfect place to relax and enjoy a lazy Sunday; sit back and tuck in to a traditional Sunday roast made with quality Cornish produce and served by friendly and efficient staff. Just keep an eye out for the reported ghostly figures that have been spotted in this ancient smuggler’s lair!

Miners Arms, St Agnes

Smugglers Den Inn, Cubert

Situated in a beautifully unspoilt countryside spot, The Smugglers Den is a well-kept local secret with beer garden, children’s play area and ample parking. A 16th century thatched inn located in the picturesque hamlet of Trebellan near Cubert, you’re unlikely to chance upon it, but we recommend you seek it out! Known for its quality real ales, wide range of wines, and fantastic food, it’s a great place to spend a Sunday afternoon and enjoy a Smugglers Sunday Roast starting from just £10.

The Seiners Arms, Perranporth

A warm, friendly and traditional Cornish pub and restaurant, The Seiners is located at the edge of Perranporth beach with outstanding views, and at high tide the sea comes right up alongside the length of the building! Serving a locally sourced, freshly prepared menu, The Seiners dish up delicious steaming roasts on a Sunday.

Seiners Arms, Perranporth

The Travellers Rest, Tregurrian (nr Watergate Bay)

Nestled between Mawgan Porth and Watergate Bay beaches, The Travellers Rest is a lovely Cornish village pub. Dating back to the 17th Century, the pub has a friendly cosy atmosphere and is a great place to relax and unwind as the weekend draws to a close. Enjoy traditional roasts or nut roast, with seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, stuffing and gravy; all home cooked, locally sourced, seasonal fresh food.

The Victoria Inn, Threemilestone

In the heart of Threemilestone village, three miles from the cathedral city of Truro, The Victoria Inn offers a selection of Sunday carverys, from traditional beef, pork and gammon, to a vegetable carvery, nut roast, and a vegan option also available.

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