Yes, Cornwall has many wonderful places to eat. We recommend the following, all not too far from Tregulland Cottage and Barn:
Outlaw's Fish Kitchen, Port Isaac (30 mins drive)
Two star Michelin fish chef Nathan Outlaw has opened a quirky little place in charming Port Isaac. Their menu “celebrates small, original and delicious seafood plates. Cooked to order and served when ready”.
Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant, Padstow (45 mins drive)
Some might say a trip to Cornwall isn't complete without a wander over to Rick Stein's, whether his infamously hard-to-reserve main restaurant, or the Brasserie and the Fish & Chip shop, which are much easier for drop-in visits.
Porthminster Café, St. Ives (approx. 90 mins drive)
Great for fish, sources many ingredients right from the coast path; including wild sorrel, garlic and nettle.
PUBS WITH GOOD FOOD
Wilsey Down (5 mins drive)
The nearest and very traditional pub. Go to the end of the lane, turn left onto the A395 towards Camelford and the pub is about 1 mile down on the right.
Rising Sun Inn near Altarnun (10 mins drive)
A fantastic old-fashioned pub with local ales and an excellent chef; this pub is well worth a visit. Can cater for large groups, pre-booking essential.
King's Head, Five Lanes (15 mins drive)
A 15th century coaching inn. Old fashioned and charming.
Bay View Inn, Widemouth Bay (20 mins drive)
Family friendly with a great play area for children. There is plenty of seating outside to gaze at the spectacular views or watch the tide come in.
Mill House Inn near Trebarwith Strand (20 mins drive)
Lovely rambling old pub with excellent food, a short drive from Trebarwith Strand beach. Can cater for large groups, pre-booking essential.
Port William, Trebarwith Strand (20 mins drive)
Traditional pub with great views over the beach.
Dartmoor Inn, Lydford (40 mins drive)
Great food, wonderful hosts with its own unique style. It’s a pleasant 25 minute walk to the dramatic National Trust’s Lydford Gorge with its 30m waterfall.