In need of some proper, grown-up time out? Then check out Watergate Bay’s ultra-foodie Taste of the Bay break where you can experience the fabulous beachside hotel, its stunning location and the excellent places to eat on its doorstep …
The Taste of the Bay break allows guests to stay in the barefoot comfort of Watergate Bay Hotel for three nights and dine in a different restaurant every evening of their stay.So, after each day spent exploring the beach, relaxing in the hotel and making the most of Swim Club (Watergate Bay’s unique take on a spa), you can tick another of Cornwall’s top dining destination off the bucket list.
- Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen Cornwall – enjoy a five course tasting menu at the Italian-inspired eatery which empowers unemployed young people. Watch surfers bob in the waves below and savour dishes such as monkfish with fennel, apple and almonds, and dry-aged beef with brassica, pied de bleu and hazelnuts.
- Zacry’s Restaurant – contemporary American meals meet South West produce at Watergate Bay’s restaurant. Big on grilled meats, seafood and vibrant salads, expect dishes such as Cornish venison with dauphinoise potatoes, rainbow chard and beetroot salsa
- The Beach Hut – One of Cornwall’s best beachside hang outs, indulge in a two course dinner or lunch (low season), or three course dinner (mid season) at this relaxed eatery. Try the crab spaghetti with Cornish white crab meat, lemon, garlic, chilli, olive oil and parsley, or push the boat out with The Beach Hut burger topped with emmental, tomato relish and garlic mayo.
For this break, arrivals must be from Sunday to Tuesday, and rooms are chosen on booking. In 2018 low season means January 21 – February 6 (breaks from £320pp) and February 18 – March 20 (breaks from £327pp). The 2018 mid season runs from April 15 – May 22, June 3 – June 12, and September 16 – October 16 (all mid-season breaks from £350pp). Prices are based on two sharing in a House standard room. Call 01637 860543 to book your stay, or book online.
A brooding hero, urgent canters across rain-lashed headlands and a Gordian knot of love entanglements – yes, Poldark is due to return to our screens this summer. So saddle up and visit some of the series’ rugged locations, along with romantic places to stop over and savour Cornish cooking