Where to Eat and Drink

The Cornish food and drink scene has shot to prominence in recent years. From Rick Steins’ Sea Food Restaurant at Padstow to Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen at Watergate Bay, Cornwall is now firmly on the map in terms of fantastic places to eat.

At Court Farm Holidays, there are a superb range of places to eat and drink on your doorstep. Making the most of the abundance of top-quality local produce, Bude boasts superb cafés, tea rooms, restaurants and pubs. Life’s a Beach overlooks the beautiful sheltered harbour at Summerleaze Beach and is the perfect place to watch the sun go down over drinks and a wonderful dinner. The Beach at Bude offers modern dining and a substantial list of expertly mixed cocktails, from the comfort of its terrace overlooking the sea or stylish restaurant.

During the summer months, we also host El Forno Pizzas who literally pop up on a Monday evening on or back lawn.  Currently on Wednesday nights during the winter months there is also a pop-up van outside the village pub offering Thai & Japanese Curry’s, Hungarian Goulash, and homemade puddings.   

Other highly recommended places to eat include The Beach House and The Bay View Inn both at Widemouth Bay, Riverlife & The Bank in Bude, to name just a few…

Useful Links:

The Weir Bistro/Cafe, just outside of Marhamchurch

The Bullers Arms, Marhamchurch (opposite Court Farm) – Bar only

Rosie’s Cafe, Bude

Life’s a Beach, Bude

River Life Cafe, Bude

The Bank at Bude, Tapas and Cocktail bar

The Beach at Bude

LaBocca Pizzas, Bude

Tommy Jacks, Bude

Hebasca Grill, Bude

The Deck, Bude

The Preston Gate Inn, Poughill  (Northcott Farm’s “local”)

The Beach House, Widemouth Bay

Widemouth Manor, Widemouth Bay

Bay View Inn, Widemouth Bay

Elements, Widemouth Bay

Boscastle Food Shop & Cafe, Boscastle

Tintagel Brewery, Tintagel

The Bush Inn, Morwenstow

Trevigue Restaurant, Nr Crackington Haven (great for private celebrations)

The Surfing Frog, Bude

Urchins Bistro, Bude

Murchi, Indian and Bangladeshi cuisine to (eat in or take away)

North Coast Wine Company an independent wine shop with wine bar

The Barrel at Bude ( Cornish Ales and Ciders direct from the barrel at North Cornwall’s first micropub)

A little further afield … (within an hour)

Rick Stein’s The Seafood Restaurant

Paul Ainsworth at No 6

Restaurant Nathan Outlaw

Camel Valley Vineyard

For more recommendations visit Eat Out Cornwall