Eating Out

INDIdog Eatery On The Harbour

Highcliffe’s very own eatery.

A most amazing location literally on the harbour wall. We never fail to be impressed by INDIdog’s beautiful, uninterupted waterside location. INDIdog is our very own restaurant which we launched to great acclaim in 2019. Our food is based on localy sourced, seasonal ingrediants with a well considered balace of meat, fish & vegetables. We are infamous for our cocktails and very popular as the place to get that holiday vibe over an evening glass of wine or a sundowner. We get very booked up in particular for evening meals so please do secure your table as soon as you’ve booked your room. Every single table at INDIdog has a view of the harbour, you can’t get closer to the water.

All of Highcliffe’s guests are given the option to breakfast at INDIdog 9am – 11am using you Highcliffe VIP card. You get your discount card when you check in but absolutely recommend you booking the days you’d like to have an evening meal and or a breakfast. We will always go the extra mile for you but if we are full there’s genuinly little if anything we can do to help. 

Open 9am till 9pm – Kitchen closes between 3&6pm but the bar stays open with nibbles.

28a Market Street, Falmouth TR11 3AT 01326 450699 www.indidogeatery.com

The Wheelhouse

They keep it very simple here, crab, mussels, scallops, prawns. It’s rustic and engaging with a quirky stripped back relaxed ambiance.

Open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Satruday nights. The Wheelhouse is closing from 30th May.

Upton Slip, Town Centre, Falmouth. 01326 318050. No website for The Wheelhouse. Cash only.

Dolly’s Tea Room and Gin Palace

You absolutely cannot visit Falmouth without dropping into Dolly’s Georgian Town House for a drop of gin or a slice of delicious cake.

Take the turquoise staircase to the right of the Falmouth bookseller and grab your window seat while you listen to live piano music. Anything from The Smiths to classical and a few oddities to make you smile. It’s not often that you find a place so relaxed and peaceful but with so much colour. There’s nothing beige about Dolly’s and nothing is quite the way is sounds.

We recommend an a slice of lavender and treacle tart by day and the ‘Vicar’s Tea Party’ cocktail and crab crumble amongst your selection of tapas by night. 

21 Church Street, Falmouth, Tr11 3EG. 01326 218400. http://www.dollysbar.co.uk/

The Shed

The Shed is the closest restaurant to Highcliffe so a good bet if you arrive late and need to eat quickly. 

The Shed have been friends of Highcliffe since our earliest days and have always given Highcliffe guests 10% off their bill winter or summer, rain or shine. The homemade Shed Burger (huge), the silky sirloin or their friendly service are more than enough reason to book a table. Just mention Highcliffe at time of booking.

6-7 Tidemill House, Discovery Quay, Falmouth, TR11 3XP. 01326 318502 www.theshedfalmouth.co.uk

Penny Come Quick

Or ‘Pennies’. Pennies offers a truly welcoming, comforting vibe with wooden tables, great draught and delicious food. A quirky and friendly service makes all our guests feel special and it’s just too easy to indulge here. Book early.

16 Killiegrew Street, Falmouth, TR11 3PN.  Pennycomequick

Pandora Inn

We just love visiting the Pandora Inn. It’s location is stunning: on the waters edge in Mylor with wood decking right over the water. The food is fantastic and combined with the utterly historic architecture of this chocolate box pub, the Pandora is a great one to visit. It’s a 5 mile drive from Highcliffe B&B so costs around £10 each way in a taxi, parking onsite.

Restronguet Hill, Creek, Falmouth, TR11 5ST.  Pandorra Inn