Eat, Drink and Stay

The Tin Coast Partnership is developing a list of local food, drink, and accommodation providers who are part of the Tin Coast Partnership and subscribe to the philosophy of Tin Coast:

  • Protect and enhance the area’s natural and cultural heritage
  • Provide visitors with a high quality experience
  • Contribute to local environmental sustainability, for example, by reducing energy and waste, promoting use of public transport
  • Contribute to local economic sustainability, for example, by using locally produced food, local suppliers, local shops
  • Contribute to local social sustainability, by ensuring that tourism support and does not reduce the quality of life of local residents

The pubs along Tin Coast are legendary:

  • The Star and The King’s Arms (St Just)
  • The Queen’s Arms (Botallack)
  • Trewellard Arms (Trewellard)
  • The North Inn and The Radjel (Pendeen)
  • The Gurnard’s Head (Treen)
  • The Tinner’s Arms (Zennor)

Where to stay

There are many different places to stay: B&B, self-catering holiday cottages, hotels, and campsites.

The following accommodation providers are already Tin Coast Partners and Members:

  • The Gurnard’s Head Hotel Restaurant, near Zennor
  • First and Last Cottages, Liz Trenary, LEAP and Member of the Tin Coast Partnership
  • The Cornish Way, Kelvin Collins

For other local accommodation websites visit:

  • LEAP Lands End Accommodation Providers website
  • Cornwall Far West Website

 

Providers

The following food and drink providers are already Tin Coast Partners and Members:

Shops

The shops in Tin Coast will provide all the groceries you need during your stay. These local shops are vital for our local communities, so you shopping here will contribute to the vitality and diversity of this special place. St Just has traditional bakery, butchers, fruit & veg and whole food, newsagent, and a small supermarket. Pendeen has a village shop at the heart of the community.

Farmers’ Markets

There are Farmers’ markets which sell a variety of wonderful local produce as well as arts and crafts:

  • St Just (Saturday morning, WI hall, opposite the church)
  • Pendeen (1st and 3rd Saturday morning of the month, The Centre of Pendeen)
  • Sennen (every Tuesday morning, Sennen Community Hall)