Cornwall and Devon Dining Articles
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Padstow remains the perfect little fishing port and despite the influx of tourists it has stayed true to its traditions and is still a real Cornish town. Lying on the Camel estuary, buildings of all colours and shapes huddle together vying for the view of the harbour. If you love...Read This Article
Padstow, and more recently St Merryn, have been tagged as 'Gastro Villages' - in other words, places where the arrival of one chef has sparked off a competitive challenge with other local restaurants and firmly put the location on the gastrotourist's map (others in the area inclu...Read This Article
North Devon is full of contrast, some of the most stunning coastlines and beaches, the wild and remote Exmoor, and the 180-mile Tarka Trail for walkers and cyclists. The area comes alive in summer when the landscape is rich with bloom, the towns and villages brimming and animated...Read This Article
The quality cooking at The Abbey Hotel and Restaurant in Penzance has just been officially recognised by its receipt of a Michelin Star, only the second restaurant in Cornwall to be honoured with this accolade. Standards have to be painfully high to meet the punishing criteria, y...Read This Article
Grant Nethercott and his partner Julia were the only restaurateurs brave enough to attempt five-star dining in St Ives. And they have pulled it off big style with Alba, a beautiful, sleek-lined space created from the old Lifeboat House next to the slipway on the harbour front. O...Read This Article
The decision to open a Tate Gallery in St Ives was inspired. Positioned on the Gulf Stream and enjoying a unique Mediterranean light, this once thriving fishing community has been a magnet for artists and bohemians since the 1920s. Tourism is the key income for the town and resta...Read This Article