When you imagine a gourmet getaway at a stylish rural pub in Somerset, chances are you’ll picture something very similar to this gorgeous thatched inn.
Robun opened on George Street in July 2021 and quickly made a name for itself as one of the city’s most exciting dining spots.
Feast on spankingly fresh seafood, dependent by what the Cornish fishermen land each morning, at this bijou seafood bar.
Set in woodlands on the banks of the River Teign, this former 15th-century flour mill is a delightful destination for walkers, dog‑owners and discerning diners.
There are few better views of Salcombe Estuary than those from The Jetty Restaurant at Salcombe Harbour Hotel.
This 17th-century inn is one of the greenest restaurants with rooms in Somerset and has a no-compromise approach to sustainable dining.
Just yards from the shore of Swanpool Beach near Falmouth, Hooked on the Rocks serves lusciously fresh local seafood to locals and holidaymakers.
Porthleven is legendary for its stormy weather and dramatic seas, so it’s great to have a gourmet safe haven up your sleeve, where you can cosy up and enjoy delicious food prepared by Michael Caines’ team.
Listening to the lap of water and sniffing lunch on the salty air are just two of the pleasures of dining alfresco at this bijou Boscastle restaurant.