Autumn is a great time to enjoy the delights of a spectacular walk in the countryside or a beautiful coastal location. The whole family can get together and embrace captivating scenery, interesting trails, and as a treat indulge in some great pub food along some of the best pub walks in Cornwall.
We have picked our top pub walks around the region to taste some of the best grub paired with the most scenic walks, giving you the perfect pit stop.
Walk: Crugmeer to Harlyn Bay (above) or Trevose Head
Start in St Merryn village and walk the stunning coastal path along to Trevose Head for fantastic views or if you are particularly peckish, take the short walk from Crugmeer to Harlyn Bay for a pleasant stroll back to the pub.
The pub: The Cornish Arms, St Merryn
For delicious food and friendly atmosphere, a pit stop in The Cornish Arms is a must. Part of the Stein portfolio, you are guaranteed tasty treats and lots of choice for a refuel after your autumn walk. This pub is perfect for everyone including your furry friends, who are welcome to join you for lunch.
Walk: Fowey to Polkerris
Wander the spectacular scenery of the south shores of Cornwall with a coastal walk from Fowey across to Polkerris. Admire the glistening seas and sandy beaches from the rugged cliff edge and soak up the salty sea air before heading to the pub for some well-earned foodie delights.
The pub: The Rashleigh Inn, Polkerris
This great pub is perfectly tucked away on the bay of Polkerris overlooking the beach. Here you can get some decent pub grub with a great selection of locally caught seafood meals. If you visit in the evening, be sure to check out the sunset on the terrace as you’ll witness a spectacular sight.
Walk: Prussia Cove
For a secluded and serene walk, take the coastal path to Prussia Cove. This autumnal walk is perfect for a romantic stroll with beautiful and isolated coves, making it a tranquil and idyllic setting for quality time together admiring the splendour of Cornwall’s natural beauty. Check tide times before setting off as high tide makes the beaches inaccessible.
The pub: The Victoria Inn, Perranuthnoe
Enjoy a fabulous assortment of fine dishes, traditional pub food and snacks when you stop at this popular pub. This is the perfect pit stop and enjoys a great friendly atmosphere and traditional Cornish character. It’s an ideal place to visit whatever time of the year.
Cornwall boasts a fabulous range of coastal and countryside walks across the region and pairing this with good local food makes for some of the best pub walks in the country. Take a look at the range of cottages, hotels, holiday parks and B&Bs in the county for the perfect mix of activities and delicious food on your holiday in Cornwall.