A May 2005 trip
to Cornwall by Sarah the Expat
Quote: Hubby thought I needed to experience the English "holiday camp" of his childhood, so we were off with the in-laws to Haven Perran Sands, just south of Newquay.
Member Rating 2 out of 5 on May 16, 2005
Haven Perran Sands
Restaurant | "Demystifying Cream Teas"
Member Rating 3 out of 5 on May 16, 2005
Throughout Cornwall & Devon
This is not your typical pub fare. I had brie, bacon, and cranberry-topped garlic bread to start and a perfectly cooked steak for my main, served with jacket potato and salad. My in-laws had delicious-looking fish specials and said that they were excellent. This place is a bit pricy if you were expecting Cornwall to be a bargain, but with hubby and I used to London prices, it seemed reasonable at £70 for the four of us to have starters, mains, and drinks.
The atmosphere is lovely; you can't believe how many people seem to be there for a place that's so remote!
Member Rating 4 out of 5 on May 16, 2005
Smuggler's Den Inn
Trebellan, Cubert, Newquay
+44 01672 830209
Attraction | "Paradise Park Wildlife Sanctuary"
Member Rating 5 out of 5 on May 16, 2005
16 Trelissick Road
Hayle, Cornwall TR27 4HB
B3306 from St. Ives/B3315 fro Penzance
Sarah the Expat
London, United Kingdom