It’s just ten minutes to get to Portscatho by car and very much worth a visit while you’re here. Pop into The Harbour Gallery and say hi to Mark Hatwood, one of the Roseland’s fascinating characters. The gallery is home to some stunning pieces so if art is your thing you should head down.
The Hidden Hut can be found on Porthcurnick Beach, near to Portscatho, and is an absolute gem. Their feasts night sell like hot cakes and tickets are like gold dust, however they do open for lunch and serve up fabulous food.
There’s also some top pubs in the village and great walking nearby.
|The Harbour Gallery Home to a collection of stunning artworks, primarily focussed on Cornwall's magnificent scenery.|
|The Hidden Hut A small cafe with a big difference. Found tucked away along the National Trust coastal path near Portscatho, it’s a great place to eat and unwind from the stresses of daily life|
|The Plume of Feathers A 17th century traditional Cornish coastal pub, offering hand pull beers and great food.|
|The Royal Standard Traditional pub built in 1793 that serves a selection of beer, ale and ciders.|
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