Tag: Places to eat in Cornwall

Out of London

Afternoon Tea at The Devonport Inn

  We had eaten so much by Sunday that we felt a vigorous walk was in order, although it would take more of a marathon to shift the calories that we’d consumed. We walked out along the Rame Peninsula towards Mount Edgecumbe and circling back into the village, just in time for afternoon tea. Do …

Dinner, Out of London

Dinner at The Devonport Inn

If you’re visiting Kingsand and Cawsand, the best advice we can share is to book ahead. There are only four pubs so it can be fiendishly difficult to find a table. On our first night we struck lucky, and the good people at The Devonport Inn managed to squeeze us in for a late sitting. …

Brunch, Out of London

The Old Bakery, Cawsand

We were lucky enough to bag a very sweet, if tiny, fisherman’s cottage for our Cornish adventure. The biggest plus was the stunning view right across the villages of Cawsand and Kingsand and to the Rame peninsula and Plymouth Sound beyond. To get that view though you have to go up high – up a …

Lunch, Out of London

The Rising Sun, Kingsand

Off on our travels for the very first time together, we headed down to Cornwall – the twin villages of Kingsand and Cawsand to be precise – for a lovely long weekend. Top tip: don’t attempt this on an Easter weekend! After a very long drive from London we finally arrived and settled into our …