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Restaurants and Pubs in St Mawes and on the Roseland

There are two pubs in St Mawes, the Victory & the Rising Sun, although the St Mawes hotel is more of a pub/bar than it is a hotel. All offer fantastic food and award winning local and national beers and wines. The two pubs and the St Mawes Hotel all have comfortable accommodation attached on a B&B basis.

Both the hotels and the pubs in the village have separate restaurants, with the hotel restaurants being open to non-residents. All have excellent menus and wines on offer. For self catering, a number of food box schemes that deliver to the area

St Mawes Hotel
The St. Mawes Hotel is set right on the water's edge and has been substantially refurbished and modernized in the last 10 years. Our 5 bedrooms are simple and stylish with en-suite bathrooms, including a shower and bath. Three of our five rooms have the most superb sea views. St Mawes is situated a...
Kings Head Roseland
Recently refurbished, the Kings head lies in idilyc surroundings well off the beaten track. The pub has a separate restaurant area as well as a beer garden and outside terrace. The Kings Head is quickly gaining popularity for, amongst other things, their signature Duck dish! A very friendly welcome...
Roseland Inn
A wonderful pub tucked away in the small village of Philleigh just minutes away from the King Harry Ferry and ten minutes from St Mawes. The Roseland Inn is a 16th Century pub and has a good seating capacity both inside and out and a very popular menu with a good amount of game and more traditional...
Plume of feathers
Allways a great atmosphere in this pub, very traditional with good food and good beer. The Plume is positioned right in the centre of Portscatho and just a few metres from the beaches. There is parking in the immediate area but it does fill up quickly so you may need to use the large carpark just ou...
Royal Standard Gerrans
Just up the road from the Plume is the Royal Standard in the adjacent village called Gerrans. In reality these two villages do join. The Royal Standard is another traditional pub offering good pub grub and local Cornish ales from the St Austell Brewery. The pub is located just down from a campsite m...
The Victory Inn
THE VICTORY INN - The Victory Inn, St Mawes, is an extremely popular traditional pub offering fine food & award winning beers. It the last remaining 'proper' pub in St Mawes. The Victory also has a separate restaurant upstairs with an adjoining outside roof terrace with harbour views. Open all y...
Rising Sun St Mawes
Also in St Mawes, the Rising Sun is larger with a outside seating area of greater capacity. Positioned right in the centre of the village, it is just a stones throw from the beach and village quay. The Sun has a separate restaurant and menu and is commonly used for wedding receptions and other priva...
Ship Inn Portloe
Portloe is perfect for long cliff top walks and exploring the coastline. The Ship Inn is the only pub in the village situated just metres from the waters edge where fishermen work their boats. Needless to say there's plenty of fresh fish on the menu as well as traditional food with excellent Sunday...
New Inn Veryan
Another excellent 16th Century Inn perfectly placed for exploring the Roseland. On top of wholesome menu, including a jumbo rump steak, the New Inn also has accommodation on a bed & breakfast basis. The rooms are all very well appointed and the price included a full breakfast. The pub also has...

St Mawes tides

Tide times for the 24th April 2017

04:07 - High Tide (4.84m)
10:53 - Low Tide (0.74m)
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23:18 - Low Tide (0.69m)

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