Eating out in St Mawes and the Roseland


Restaurants, pubs and cafes in St Mawes and on the Roseland

Using the very best seasonal and local produce, the restaurants, cafes and pubs around the Roseland are a foodie’s dream.

From fish and chips sitting on the harbour wall, to fine dining treats with some of the best views the UK has to offer, we’re sure you’ll find something to suit your taste.

Below you’ll find a selection of places to eat out in St Mawes and on the Roseland. For the very more information please contact us.


Hotel Tresanton

Hotel Tresanton         St Mawes

The dining room has a calm and cool Mediterranean atmosphere with a mosaic floor and tongue and groove walls. In the evening we light a hundred twinkling tea lights.

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Idle Rocks Hotel

Idle Rocks Hotel            St Mawes

Perfectly placed on the rocks, in the heart of St Mawes, this 18-bedroom Relais et Chateaux hotel is your home away from home.

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St Mawes Hotel

St Mawes Hotel

A young, lively atmosphere full of music and laughter, that’s a blend of Pub, Restaurant and somewhere to socialise with friends.

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Bear Cornwall              St Mawes

Enjoy coffee with a wonderful sea view by St Mawes Castle. Bear Cornwall serve speciality coffee, hot and cold drinks, homemade cakes and savoury snacks from their Citroen HY van.

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The Watch House

The Watch House        St Mawes

Brilliant restaurant in St Mawes serving great local food. They also do great fish and chips to takeaway.

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The Quarterdeck

The Quarterdeck at The Nare Hotel, Veryan

With spectacular sea views over Gerrans Bay, the Quarterdeck at the Nare Hotel is the perfect place to meet family and friends for a relaxed lunch or stylish evening meal.

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Melinsey Mill                Veryan

You will discover Melinsey Mill tucked away in one of Cornwall's hidden valleys.  This local family business is run from a restored 16th century water mill, and serves homemade lunches and cream teas.

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The Plume of Feathers Portscatho

An 18th century pub, a stone's throw from the water's edge in Portscatho.  Local produce and seafood is served in the restaurant, and accommodation is available in their recently refurbished rooms.

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