Cornwall

There’s more to Beerwolf than beer and books

Having been a regular at Beerwolf for some time, during spells where freelance work was thin on the ground, I was lucky enough to do some shifts behind ‘The UK’s coolest bar’. As such, I felt compelled to celebrate all the wonderful things about Beerwolf that can’t always be seen
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Port Eliot Food News

Take me to Port Eliot

It’s that time of year again. Evening sunlight scorches the tops of buildings and there’s a golden hue of daffodils illuminating the fields. Social media and my inbox are filled with reports of food and festivals and sunshine, and the days have just got longer. Springing
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Holfield Farm Project

Cornish Sun invites families to fun festival

As heatwave comes to Cornwall, so too does family fun festival Holifair. The weather in Cornwall is set to be a scorcher this weekend, with reports of the Spanish Plume coming to the most southerly peninsula. There, nestled in the estuary sits Holifield Farm Project, which is
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St Mawes Hotel pizza night

The St Mawes Hotel Launches Pizzeria for Summer

Award winning Italian pizza chef, Massimiliano Stamerra, is joining the luxury St Mawes Hotel team this week for a summer pizzeria experience. Native to Gallipoli, in south east Italy Massimiliano is chef and owner of famed pizzeria restaurant Capri New Style.
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Food Cornwall Port Eliot

Port Eliot food is the best festival food

Down in Cornwall, summer time is not properly here until that literary feast and celebration Port Eliot is in full swing. We may have had weeks of sunshine, and the fields surrounding the festival site may be swishing with golden corn, but Port Eliot is an institution and
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Dessert at The Old Ale House Truro

Review – The Old Ale House [Truro, Cornwall]

Having studied TEFL in Truro ten years ago, I have really fond memories of The Old Ale House during our Saturday study sessions. They always sold a selection of homemade local wines, as well as everything you’d expect on a pub bar, and in that sense have always had an
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Old coastguard Mousehole

Review – The Old Coastguard [Mousehole, Cornwall]

Let’s get something clear, before we even start: it’s pronounced Mowzel, not Mouse Hole. Jus’ sayin’. This is important to people down here. OK, so the thing about The Old Coastguard is that it’s set within grounds overlooking Hockney blue seas. St.
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Laura goes to the gurnard's head

Gurnard’s Head Forage & Feast

Gurnard’s Head Forage & Feast [Zennor, Cornwall] Rating   Type of cuisine Locally sourced to the nearest degree possible, the Gurnard’s Head have always been on my radar as serving foraged ingredients, as well as local produce. They were serving samphire years before it
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Seventies chic

Review – The Seaside @ St. Moritz Hotel [Rock, Cornwall]

Rating   The type of cuisine Tapas. But these ain’t no ordinary tapas, foo! In a word Mediterranean Appeals to With its lush views over Polzeath beach, the hotel has rooms with a budget to suit most people wanting to stay for a break near to Cornwall’s
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Cornwall's lobster is delicious

Product Review – Cornish Lobster Bisque – Fish for Thought

Rating   In a word Velvety Hafnarfjörður Whilst the above may look like a baddie laughing fnarfnar, it’s actually an Icelandic fishing village just outside of Reykjavík, and means harbour fjord. I’ve been told off before by friends to my constant
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