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Places to Eat in Portscatho

Plume of Feathers, Portscatho, Roseland, Cornwall

Eating out in Portscatho on The Roseland, Cornwall


The Plume of Feathers - 01872 580321
The Plume is right in the heart of Portscatho. The landlord, Graham Thomas is one of Cornwall's longest serving publicans and will give you a warm welcome. Good quality, traditional pub food is served here and it is a great place to stop if you are walking the coastal footpath around Portscatho or St Anthony's. The Plume is really the heart of Portscatho and is a cracking village pub.

The Boathouse - 01872 580326
The Boathouse is a family restaurant right on the square in Portscatho. Don't expect anything special here, but you do get solid homecooked great value food. Perfect for taking the kids for an early evening meal or grabbing a lunch on their little patio after a good morning walk!

The Royal Standard, Gerrans - 01872 580271
We have not been here fore some time, but by all accounts, the current landlord is doing a good job. Good pub meals and snacks and a nice little beer garden.

The Driftwood Hotel, Rosevine - 01872 580644
Over the last few years, the Driftwood has emerged as one of Cornwall's highest rated boutique hotels. It is situated in a wonderful spot overlooking Gerrans Bay and even has its own beach! Expect top food, top service and top prices, but don't go if you are hungry and looking for a big meal as the portions are a bit on the small side. It is all about the "experience" and yes the tastes are amazing!

The Rosevine - 01872 580206
The Rosevine's restaurant is a combination of fresh seaside style and relaxed dining, located near Portscatho. Seriously good food for adults and children, dishes are cooked simply using locally sourced and seasonal produce. Choose from the House menu with daily specials and sharing platters, as well as the Classics menu which includes firm favourites such as Nanteague Farm steak and beer battered fish & chips, and little ones have their own designated menu. Enjoy stunning views across Gerrans Bay; in summer sip on a refreshing drink and dine alfresco on the lawn, and in winter relax in the light filled restaurant.  
Go for breakfast, take a long lunch, have a full afternoon tea or book a table for dinner when the lights are dimmed and candles are lit for a more intimate feel (family dining until 8pm). Choose from a 2 or 3 course Sunday Lunch and take a walk along the coast, just pick a map up from reception. The beach and footpath is a 2 minute walk from the garden gate. A takeaway deli menu is also available, and you can enjoy a free swim in the indoor heated pool before lunch.