Top 5 Places to Enjoy a Drink with a Sea View
In recent years there’s been an increase in the number of bars, bistros and restaurants which have opened up along the Cornish coast. Here are five of our favourites.
The Beach Hut, Watergate Bay
The Beach Hut is well known as one of Cornwall’s best beach-side hang-outs and it offers a great place to eat. Enjoy brilliant breakfasts, lazy lunches, cosy evenings, extremely amazing hot chocolates, a great menu and with its superb setting overlooking Watergate Bay, there’s sunsets to rival anywhere in the world. Open all year, seven days a week.
Schooners Bistro, Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes
Situated right on the water’s edge, overlooking one of Cornwall’s most picturesque coves on the north coast, Schooners is somewhat of a hidden gem. Overlooking the beach at Trevaunance Cove you can sip wine, beers, teas, coffees, hot chocolates, smoothies, ice creams, and enjoy informal dining with views to die for. There are lashings of great home cooked food with a small but varied menu to cater for most tastes. Open daily from Easter to October.
Porthminster Beach Café, St Ives
Nestled beneath the steep slopes of Porthminster Point, right on the beach with unbeatable and uninterrupted views across St Ives Bay to Godrevy Lighthouse, Porthminster Café in St Ives is a multi award winning seafood restaurant. The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly and the views stunning. Open daily for morning coffee, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
Mullion Cove Hotel, Mullion
Situated on the Lizard Peninsula, the hotel stands on the cliff top overlooking Mullion’s harbour and fishing cove with uninterrupted sea views. Enjoy a drink in the Glenbervie Bar, magnificently refurbished in Art Deco style and re-opened April 2012.
Old Quay House, Fowey
Overlooks the picturesque Fowey estuary the Old Quay House is a chic boutique hotel which oozes character and charm. This award winning hotel features a delightful waterside terrace which is open for lunch, afternoon snacks and drinks – an ideal spot to sit back and watch the world go by.