Things We Love
Muddy Beach Cafe
The whole of our family absolutely love ‘Muddy’ and we are sure you will love it too. It is super friendly: all the staff are really kind and attentive and the food is consistently good.
Gooey Chocolate cake, cinnamon rolls, pea soup with poached egg, chicken sandwich with a beautifully presented side salad, themed evenings and so much more. The coffee served is OlFactory – the coffee of choice at Highcliffe B&B and then the best bit..the view. Muddy Beach Cafe sits right on the harbour in Penryn so the view is absolutely stunning. Boats, water and rolling fields, what more do you need? They are open all day, every day and for evening meals it’s a good idea to book. Location: drive 3 miles from Highcliffe B&B and park for 50p in the carpark on the Jubilee Wharf complex which hosts the most eco and cool building in which Muddy resides. Please go, it’s a treat. www.muddybeach.com 01326 374424
Picnic showcases the best of Cornish produce in a coffee shop / delicatessen in the centre of Falmouth.
When we’ve got a moment to spare, we love a bite to eat at Picnic: in particular an award winning Anne’s Pasty. Here you can buy, localy baked pastries and bakes, gin, vodka, wine, raw chocolate and Origin Coffee. It’s a lovely little place which is perfect for a light Cornish bite. Check out PICNIC’s website for all their lovely baskets of deliciousness www.picniccornwall.co.uk 14 Church Street, Falmouth, TR11 3DR
We love Stones’ Bread. It’s lovingly made everyday by the people who sell it to you in the shop. They are genuinely nice and are only too willing to help you with any ‘bready’ questions you might have for them.
Our favourite is their organic spelt loaf which we always serve with Duck eggs and Kernow bacon but any of their loaves or cakes are delicious. Visit for great coffee and tea served in blind teabags for an ethical treat.
Stones is a little walk up the Old High Street and we absolutely recommend a visit.
Visiting Beerwolf whilst you’re here is a must. Don’t walk past. Don’t!