St Agnes Hotel

St Agnes Hotel

Pubs and Bars with Restaurants

0.5 miles
Churchtown, St Agnes, TR5 0QP

The historic village of St Agnes, built upon Cornwall’s beautiful north coast, is where you’ll find the homely, friendly St Agnes Hotel. This 17th-century building comprises a pub stocked with a traditional selection of beer, wine and spirits; a restaurant where you can enjoy locally reared ingredients in freshly prepared dishes; and en-suite accommodation with a comforting home-away-from- home feel. The St Agnes Hotel is a winning choice for those looking for a traditional Cornish seaside break, or a cycling or walking holiday, and dogs are more than welcome.

However, if your visit is more fleeting, use your time wisely by making the most of The St Agnes Hotel’s great restaurant. The rustic dining area, with terracotta tiled flooring, exposed stone walls and large sash windows, has an unpretentious, cosy air that offsets the smartly laid tables and expertly presented dishes. The premium steaks are supplied by a neighbouring butcher and always go down a treat, especially when accompanied by the chefs’ homemade sauces. The daily changing fish specials are also well worth a look, as all seafood is fresh, local and beautifully prepared. All dishes – from the energising breakfasts and afternoon refreshments to the lovely evening meals – display care and attention in appearance as well as taste.

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Opening Hours:
Sun:8am-3pm, 6pm-9pm

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