Where to drink in Cornwall

The Rum and Crab Shack St Ives

Head here for great music, local ales and lively clientele. Grab a pint of spingo ale and a window seat in the early evening to watch the sky turn blood orange over the water.

Johns Wine Store St Ives

Take a detour on an evening walk down to the beach, grab your tipple of choice – from locally sourced fruit wines to a Jackson Estate sauvignon – and sip as the sun goes down.

The Shipwrights Padstow

Pull up a chair with a pint of local ale for views across the curving harbour. Watch over the crisp white boats rocking in the water and the bustling evening crowds.

The King of Prussia Fowey

Laced with strings of lights, Fowey twinkles at night. Walk round the quay to find a hub of bars and pubs. Our favourite is The King of Prussia, where a new beer discovery and a chat with a local are always on the cards.


A blend of 13 botanicals picked from the cornish coastline, St. Ives Gin is Cornwall’s first small-batch cold compound gin. The secret alchemy of hand-foraged herbs can be sipped in their new harbour-front gastrobar SILCo, alongside tasty tapas and local seafood.

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    The Wharf
    St. Ives
    TR26 1PG

The Rum and Crab Shack

Johns Wine Store

The Shipwrights

The King of Prussia


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