Eating Out in Cornwall
There are many choices of restaurant, café and pub to choose from within easy reach of Higher Grenna Farm, whatever your budget or whether you have a desire for the traditional English dish or wish for a more foreign flavour. Mylor Harbour is hard to beat for its location, views and its choice - whether you choose the Harbour Café, Castaways for a more bistro feel or make it an extra special occasion at The Ganges Seafood Restaurant. Flushing is just a short drive away and again offers a choice of traditional pub food and the award winning Sticky Prawn restaurant situated on Flushing Quay – with great views of Falmouth across the water. Fifteen Cornwall at Watergate Bay is a little further afield and is a much publicised destination for breakfast, lunch or supper enjoying stunning views of the North Cornwall coastline.
Pubs within two miles of the Farm
The Royal Oak - A short walk from The Farm, about ˝ a mile
This charming country pub greets you with a warm and welcoming atmosphere and is well-liked for its quality and range of real ales and food served. It also has a beer garden, children's play area and bar games, and is ideally located for access to country walks. Dogs welcome in bar only. The Royal Oak features Flowers IPA, Bass and Sharps real ales. The restaurant menu is nicely varied and supplemented with different specials. A Tapas menu is available at all times. Sundays are traditional roast days - reservations are recommended.
The Norway Inn - Perranarworthal, A39 between Falmouth and Truro.
The Norway Inn opens and operates a full menu all day, every day throughout the year which provides visiting and local customers maximum flexibility. It is a large site with an 80 cover a la carte restaurant, 80 cover bar and seating for a further 50 on the outside terrace. Guests are always heartily welcome whether popping in for a pint or enjoying a light bite, family meal or major function. All areas are on ground level including disabled access and disabled lavatory facilities.
Old Quay Inn - Devoran
A wonderful pub off the A39 Truro-Falmouth road, South West of Truro at the very end of the Coast-to-Coast cycleway. The inn has beautiful views overlooking a stunning creek and from April to October is open all day, every day, and outside the main season it opens lunchtime Monday to Friday and all day Saturday and Sunday. It's a great place for real ale connoisseurs, with five brews usually available - Doom Bar, Deuchars IPA, Betty Stoggs, Youngs Special and a rotating guest. Food is also a major part of the business at this popular spot, with service all day (11am to 10pm) in summer and 12-2 and 6-9 (not Monday) in winter, and the kitchen team are proud to be strong supporters of Cornish suppliers.
Cornish Arms - Frogpool
At the heart of the small country village of Frogpool, easily accessible from Truro, Redruth and Falmouth, the Cornish Arms is one of those hidden gems that makes you glad that the traditional Cornish pub is still alive and kicking. A welcoming Free House with top quality beers and wines, an excellent menu of real home cooked food and a Sunday Lunch that has them queuing out of the door to get a table.