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Lewinnick Lodge

A lot more chic than your average pub, the Lewinnick Lodge has a cool, modern interior, a contemporary menu and breathtaking views across Fistral beach.

Lewinnick Lodge
Pentire Headland
Pentire Road
NEWQUAY
Cornwall
TR7 1NX

Telephone

01637 878117

4 Stars

Jan 2011

Fab location!

Although technically in Newquay this pub occupies a spectacular cliff top position and is well away from the hustle and bustle of Newquay. On a clear day you can see across Fistral to Trevose Point light house. Dog friendly so a good stop off point if you are walking the coast path. Be aware that it can get quite busy during peak times - best time of the year to visit it is away from the main summer when the fire will be lit and you'll have a choice of where to sit. Great restuarant too and don't forget to visit its sister pub The Plume of Feathers at Mitchell which may not have the same spectacular location but is just as good - great food in stylish surroundings.

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4 Stars

Nov 2009

Stunning Views

The Lewinnick occupies a great position on its own out on Pentire Headland, which sticks out between Fistral and Crantock beaches. It makes a welcome respite from the hectic town centre and the views are superb, looking back across to Fistral beach and the striking, Gothic, Headland Hotel (if the hotel looks familiar it's probably because it was featured in the film of Roald Dahl's The Witches) and on up Cornwall's rugged north coast toward Watergate Bay.

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5 Stars

Jul 2009

Mr Ludnow

Evening Drinks

Very good pub, out of the town so escapes the rat race. Has a large balcony with good views over Fistral and for watching the summer sun set. Good food from bar snacks to 3 course meals. My pub of choice whenever I'm in Newquay.

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