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Today we visited this wonderful pub for Father’s Day Sunday lunch and wasn’t disappointed.
The food was superb and everyone in our party thought the same, in particular the sticky toffee pudding!
Not only was the food great but when my granddaughter banged her head...More
My wife and I spent two nights here while we walked the Coastal Path. And what a pleasure our stay was! Very comfortable room, with welcome hot bath, excellent meals, relaxed and friendly staff. I love these ‘restaurants with rooms’ and this one provides this...More
Called in after completing a coast walk. They couldn't have been more welcoming to us both and our dog. Selected the set menu and tried everything between us. There was nothing we didn't like. Service was speedy, food hot and superbly presented, waiting staff smiling...More
Been here several times for both lunch and dinner and have never been disappointed. Bar area takes dogs and dining room is more formal so caters for both casual walkers and posh nosh. They usually have a good range of local beers plus a nice...More
Called into the Gurnards head on the off chance after an abandoned trip to st ives due to the weather.
Staff quickly found us a table and nothing was to much trouble. Even though the menu was small the food was cooked amazingly and was...More
Response from eatdrinksleep | Property representative |
Yes, we do have a children's menu, although not for Sunday lunch when we just offer smaller portion sizes of the grown ups' Sunday lunch. Absolutely happy to have children here and it's a rare lunch or supper (in school... More
Yes, we do have a children's menu, although not for Sunday lunch when we just offer smaller portion sizes of the grown ups' Sunday lunch. Absolutely happy to have children here and it's a rare lunch or supper (in school holidays of at weekends) when we don't see them.