From traditional ‘pub grub’ to a Michelin starred restaurant with a 120-acre organic farm attached, we’ve selected six of our favourite restaurants within comfortable driving distance of Boconnoc.

All of our recommendations serve great food, support local producers in Cornwall, and share our passion for sustainable gastronomy…Enjoy!

The long Store, Charlestown

Overlooking Charlestown Harbour on Cornwall’s south coast offering the finest steaks and seafood locally sourced from the land and sea. The first Longstore restaurant opened in 2016 inside a renovated sail loft, overlooking the tall ships of Charlestown Harbour.

Address: Charlestown Harbour, Saint Austell PL25 3NJ

11.3 miles from Boconnoc (28 mins)

How to book: Call: 01726 68598

Opening hours:

Mon to Fri Evening 4.45pm-late

Saturday Brunch 10.30am-2.30pm

Saturday Evening 4.45pm-late

Sunday Lunch 11.45am-2.45pm

The Long Store


Image of a steak

What they say:

” From day one our focus has been to deliver the very best kind of service – attentive yet relaxed – and all about you. Walk in from the historic harbour front to be met with a friendly welcome, buzzy atmosphere, and the smack of tempting aromas. Our plentiful plates and bountiful pours will thrill your tongue, while the setting and service will complete the experience to make it truly special.

We care deeply about origin of the produce we source. Our focus is on quality, freshness and sustainability and we have relationships with local farmers, fishmongers, bakers and food purveyors who share similar values. We work hard to ensure you’ll love the food, drinks and relaxed atmosphere at The Longstore in Charlestown. Visit us seven days a week for our evening menu. On Saturdays we open early for our brunch classics and lunch menu, and for lunch on Sundays, we serve our famous Longstore Roasts.

Crocadon Farm 

The hugely inspiring Crocadon is the epitome of ‘field to fork’, with the farm – which is run on regenerative principles – delivering much of the produce, and the rest sourced from similarly minded local suppliers.

Address: Crocadon Farm, St Mellion, Saltash PL12 6RL

21.3 miles from Boconnoc (38 mins)

How to book: email

Opening hours

Monday-Thursday– Closed

Friday 19:00-23:30

Saturday 19:00-22:30

Sunday 12:00-15:00

Crocadon Farm

Supporting a ‘closed loop’ approach, Crocadon aim to source as much as possible from within their own estate. Vegetables, wheats and grains are grown on the farm, where they also rear their own animals for meat and dairy.

Butter, cheese and yoghurt are all produced in-house too, so that as little leaves or enters the farm as possible. These super-local ingredients in turn deliver a wonderful purity of flavour in seasonally influenced dishes, many of which are plant-based. After just a few months of being open, but years of work behind the scenes, Crocadon was awarded a Green MICHELIN Star for restaurants run by chefs who are committed to sustainable gastronomy 🍀

Crocadon Farm food

What they say:

We truly believe there is no future in gastronomy unless we make real change in our industry and focus on fixing the food and farming system. As custodians of this land, we are working to leave the soil in better health than we found it. The MICHELIN Green Star represents everything that’s good about what we’ve set out to achieve at Crocadon.

Appletons, Fowey 

Appletons is a Restaurant and Bar owned by Andy and Lyndsey Appleton in Fowey, Cornwall. Andy uses some specialist exciting ingredients sourced from Italy, but primarily, he favours the ‘Best of the West’, by using local producers and helping to support the local economy.

Address: 19, Fore Street, Fowey, Cornwall, PL23 1AH

11.1 miles from Boconnoc (26 mins drive)

How to book:

TEL | 01872 228738

Email |

Opening hours

Monday through to Saturday -Lunch from Midday and Dinner from 5:30pm

Closed on Sundays

Appletons Restaurant

Andy is a self-taught chef, learning most of his skills from many amazing chefs he has had the pleasure to work with throughout his career, and gaining most of his passion from travelling the world (Italy particularly). Most recently, Andy’s CV has him as the former Head Chef of Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall, in that position for 9 years, and before that at the flagship restaurant Fifteen London.

Andy left Fifteen in February 2016 to start ‘Appleton’s at the Vineyard’, a huge leap of faith and his first venture on his own. Fast forward to today and having leapt again, this time into a new, bigger and more exciting restaurant which is all his! (well – his and the wifes!) they are settling in and loving their new home and look forward to welcoming you.

With exquisite dishes such as ‘Squid ink linguine, Cornish crab, zucchini, chilli, anchovy pangrattato‘ and ‘Amedei chocolate panna cotta with morello cherries‘, you’re certainly in for a treat at Appletons.


Appletons food

The Crown Inn, Lanlivery

Recently taken over by a new owner, The Crown Inn at Lanlivery is a welcoming Cornish pub with traditional Cornish slate floors, open fires, and a large beer garden.

The Crown Inn prides itself on being a ‘pub’ pub with a strong regard for the local community and the Cornish way of life. Offering local ales and delicious home cooked food using local produce.

Address: The Crown Inn, Lanlivery, PL30 5BT

5.9 miles from Boconnoc (15 mins drive)

How to book: Call 01208 872 707 email:

Opening Hours

Breakfast 8.30-11am (Mon-Sat only)

Lunch 12-2.30pm (Mon-Thu)

12-4pm (Fri – Sat) , 12-7pm (Sun) 

Dinner 5-9pm (Mon-Sat)

The crown pub

The Crown Food

What they say:

“We believe that a good pub serves well-kept beers and wines and offers good quality food that sings out the value and merits of local produce. We like to think that keeping it simple, tasty and letting the ingredients do the work is the best way to keep the tradition of the good old British boozer on the map. Cornwall is a county that is rich with produce and we reflect this in the food we offer “

The Fish Market, Looe 

With a faultless reputation for being one of the best fish restaurants in Cornwall, a visit to ‘The Fish Market’ in Looe is a must. Set in a stunning location right on the river, The fish Market boasts some of the freshest seafood around.

Address: The Quay, East Looe, PL13 1DX

9 miles from Boconnoc (22 mins drive)

How to Book: 07832 323233

Opening hours: (please call to confirm seasonal hours)  

Mon-Wed– Closed

Thurs– Sat- 1pm-11pm

Sun– 12pm-6pm

The Fish Market
Fish dishes from the Fish Market

What they say:

“Specialising in the freshest fish and shellfish that Cornwall has to offer and situated directly on the quay in East Looe. Boasting uninterrupted views of the river, we pride ourselves on having some of lowest food miles imaginable.

Our continually changing menu offers small plates/ tapas style plates, mains and sharing platters, which chef/owner Fred Alsop prepares simply in order to showcase the stunning quality of the fish and shellfish. It is not unusual for the menu to change from lunchtime to evening if something wonderful has been landed 25 metres away!”

North Street Kitchen, Fowey

An excellent Pop-Up seafood restaurant with outside terrace overlooking the river.

This converted boat house is home to North Street Kitchen, which is the sister restaurant to nearby Fitzroy. Serving small bites, street style food and fish fresh straight from the estuary and onto the grill.

Address: 55 North St, Fowey PL23 1DB

11.3 miles from Boconnoc (29 mins drive)

How to Book: No Reservations, walk-ins only

Opening hours:

Tuesday- Sunday

12noon – 3.00pm

North Street Kitchen
Chefs from North Street Kitchen

Head chef Ethan Friskney-Bryer says;

“Our menu changes daily, sometimes even during the day! Having that flexibility means we can work with the people we want to work with, such as the small-scale fishermen, producers and growers. Cooking sustainably is also important to the kitchen staff, with the restaurant practising nose-to-tail eating and no-wastage policies where possible.

“All of the fish comes from Cornwall… One of our chefs is a part time fisherman as well, so we’re able to use his catch too!” Featuring seasonal produce and under-loved species, such as pollock, megrim, spider crab (or Cornish king crab) and much more, the menu is an opportunity for visitors to try new species and for us to get creative.

We hope that you enjoyed reading about our Top Restaurants near Boconnoc, and discovered somewhere new to try.

We’d love to hear if you have had a delicious meal at one of these restaurants, or if you know of somewhere else that we should try, please let us know!

Stay at Boconnoc

Boconnoc Room Stay

Boconnoc House and Cottages are set in the private historic grounds of the Boconnoc Estate. With no access to the public (other than for planned events), you will find yourself immersed in complete tranquillity. Even at the height of the Cornish summer, you won’t find any crowds here, just your very own corner of paradise.

With miles of tracks and ancient woodlands to explore, a private lake and views that will take your breath away.

Boconnoc is so much more than just a place to stay.

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