St Tudy Inn, Cornwall, review | The Sun

Everyone has heard of Penzance, Newquay and St Ives – but nestled inland in north Cornwall lies the idyllic village of St Tudy and the idyllic St Tudy Inn.

Read on to find out what St Tudy Inn is like and what the best thing to order on the menu is.

Where is St Tudy Inn?

Located in the River Camel valley, about five miles north-east of Wadebridge, the village is tiny and immaculately maintained, with its parish church providing the backdrop for a quintessential English postcard spot.

The Inn is in the heart of the village, just off of the Chapel Road.

What is St Tudy Inn like?

It is unassuming with a whitewashed and stone front, but inside a warm welcome to the renovated 17th century bar and large roaring fire, exquisite food and stylish bedrooms awaits.

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What is there to do at St Tudy Inn?

The north Cornwall coast is within easy reach, just 14 miles from Rock and Padstow, and Bodmin Moor is also close by.

Walk or cycle along the Camel Trail with its spectacular views of the Cornish countryside.

What is there to eat and drink at St Tudy Inn?

We were told that some diners drive for 40 minutes to eat at the pub and it's easy to see why.

Traditional pub grub this isn't.

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James Lean, who used to work for Gordon Ramsay, has recently joined as head chef so you can expect steamed mussels, pork belly or cauliflower and cheddar soup to start, followed by steak, baked lemon sole or a hake, cuttlefish and chorizo stew.

The Sunday roasts are also a big hit with locals.

The pub is run by Harbour Brewing, which also owns The Atlantic Bar and Kitchen on Polzeath beach.

The setting is spectacular, with great views of the crashing waves and an Italian-influenced menu is rustled up by former Jamie Oliver chefs.

The crispy squid with tarragon aioli and fennel was divine, as was the mussel linguine

What are the rooms like at St Tudy Inn?

There are four farmhouse chic rooms in a converted barn across the car park.

The tartan bedspreads and patterned cushions make them feel instantly cosy, while Bramley toiletries and a high-tech shower add to the comfort.

Two more rooms are planned for the top floor of the inn.

How much is St Tudy Inn?

Rooms start at £130 a night. See

Is St Tudy Inn family-friendly?

Not really. All rooms sleep two.

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