The inviting Arts Cafe sits indside the Royal Cornwall Museum, and runs into the art shop. Fresh, colourful salads, homemade soup, jacket potatoes, quiches, sandwiches and toasted paninis are all made to order, using local produce where possible. There's a delicious selection of homemade cakes too. Ethically aware Cornish coffee company Origin supply our fresh beans, which are roasted down the road in Helston. We serve loose leaf tea in quirky tea pots, and are fully licenced, with wine by the glass or bottle available, and local beer and cider on offer. Relax on comfy sofas and when the sun's shining, enjoy spending time in the lovely outdoor courtyard.
Imagine the finest Dorset produce from its luscious fields and bountiful sea served in an historic 13th century setting with professionalism and passion, then you have the Beaminster Brasserie. From beautifully chic Georgian dining roomto alfresco terrace, the restaurant is at the heart of the Bridge House Hotel and Beaminster life.
The Bedford Hotel and Pyne's Bar & Restaurant is a family run business. We pride ourselves on using fresh local produce much of which is sourced from the family farm. We have extensive menus including daily specials and also speciality nights.
Bedruthan Steps Hotel offers four star contemporary comfort above the stunning Mawgan Porth beach. Cornwall's Large Hotel of the year 2010 welcomes you with superb local food, the ocean spa and indoor heated pool. This is the perfect place for a relaxing break at any time of the year.
One of mid-Devon's biggest out of town shopping and dining destinations, specialising in local food and drink and South West designed and produced giftware and craft goods. Set in tranquil grounds, Bickleigh Mill is an historic building offering the best of contemporary living.
30-32 Panorama Road, Sandbanks, Poole, Dorset, BH13 7RD
At the Boatyard Cafe Bar we take time and effort to source our ingredients as locally as possible - seasonality and provenance are of the utmost importance. Quality, interesting and simple food within a relaxed atmosphere, the menu is casual with plenty of sharing items such as pizza, pasta and seafood. We like the food to do the talking, which is why our presentation is simple and unfussy. Our fish and shellfish comes from Day Boats landing their catch within 20 miles around the coast. Our meat is supplied by local farms; we are committed to sustainable fishing and farming and only source our produce from suppliers that share this outlook.
At The Breakwater we offer excellent food and quality wines in a relaxed atmosphere with panoramic views across Brixham harbour. Cafe culture by day and restaurant by night with locally caught fish, well presented steaks and local meats from a straight forward traditional English menu.