Explore Newquay’s hidden gems and local dining hot spots with our guide to family feasting in Newquay
The Fort Inn
Perked on the edge of the town, The Fort Inn boasts stunning views along the coast. Perfect for a family get together or cosy cup of coco, The Fort Inn is a welcoming and comfortable pub that prides itself in catering for all members of the family! Serving food daily, The Fort Inn has a special (and rather yummy) kids menu using locally sourced ingredients which pairs perfectly with the kids soft play area so they can run around until their hearts content whilst their meal is being prepared.
Fancy the Fort? Take a look at their website here.
Top tip – The Fort Inn often has a kids disco on Friday nights from 6pm!
Take a stroll across the golden sands of Fistral Beach and you’ll find Stable Pizza! This dog-friendly pizzeria offers breathtaking views of the famous beach as you watch the surfers play whilst tucking into a tasty pizza or pie.
Tuck into Stable! Take a look at their website here.
Top tip – Stable are very passionate about their cider so try their tasting board (it’s your holiday as well remember!)
Fistral Surf Co Diner
Hop in a taxi and explore the other side of Newquay at Fistral Diner and take your seat to enjoy laid-back vibes and ocean front dining. Fistral Surf Co Diner serves generous portions of homemade deliciousness and their little dudes menu comes with a complimentary soft drink. At night, cosy up with a blanket and bond over a family game of cards on the decking whilst watching the Cornish sunset; Newquay dining at it’s best.
Dip into the Diner and take a look at their website here.
Top tip – try the ‘Build-your-own’ menu – it’s epic!
Escape to the edge and visit our friends over the cliff at Lewinnick Lodge. Drink in the views from their restaurant and feast upon the striking sea through floor to ceiling glass, which opens onto a decked terrace. Their ‘younger diners’ menu is packed full of local goodness and they even offer a monthly colouring competition to keep the little ones busy during the evening.
Linger at the Lewinnick and take a look at their website here.
Top tip – Try their Cornish cream tea. It’s heavenly.
Now all that’s left to do it simply enjoy!