Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Lostwithiel. Lostwithiel (/lɒstˈwɪðjəl/ lost-WIDH-yəl; Cornish: Lostwydhyel) is a civil parish and small town in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom at the head of the estuary of the River Fowey. According to the 2001 census it had a population of 2,739, increasing to 2,899 at the 2011 census. The Lostwithiel electoral ward had a population of 4,639 at the 2011 census. The name Lostwithiel comes from the Cornish "lostwydhyel" which means "tail of a wooded area".
Things to do in Lostwithiel
4 based on 545 reviews
The Lugger Inn is in Fore street Fowey opposite fatface we are a traditional pub serving fine ales and homecooked food we try to use local produce where ever possible we have seating for aprox 45 in our pub , in the summer we get very busy so please expec
A great pub in the heart of Fowey serving wonderful food. We were recommended by locals earlier in the day for the food and it didnât disappoint. The seafood salad was amazing which included dressed crab, prawns and smoked salmon, my wife had the biggest bowl of fresh mussels with a very tasty white wine & garlic sauce. Lovely atmosphere in a traditional pub, mixture of locals at the bar with their dogs and visitors like us. For real ale fans the beer is very well kept, can recommend the St Austell Proper Job
4 based on 497 reviews
Great place with lovely estuary view. Room done to high specifications. Tasty breakfast and friendly and helpful staff. Would definitely recommend.
4 based on 229 reviews
The Hole in the Wall was a debtors prison between 1749 and 1779 and is so called due to food was passed through a hole in the wall. you walk through a leafy courtyard with a stream running through and a stuffed lion on the right just before entering the p
Our first night in Cornwall and this pub was across the street from our hotel. It was just what we were looking for. A Saturday night so the fireside bar area was hopping - would have been nice to be able to spend more time there. But we wanted to eat, so barman got the chef to come downstairs (!) and talk to us. We went up to eat and had excellent and unusual tapas and a nice chat with the chef.
4 based on 827 reviews
We are a community led village pub focusing on the things that make a good pub great: quality food made from fresh locally sourced produce, the best kept ales, music, games and a whole lot of fun.
We stopped hear for lunch. Lovley pub food ok but very expencive. Asked for no salad on two meals chabbacha (sorry about spelling)with chicken bacon and cheese, when i came had salad on both. Told the waitress who didnt look to happy to take it back to the kitchen. Then we had to wait for them to come back for 15 mins at which point they were cold. Other meal was jacket potatoe which was over cooked and wasnt very hot. Had 2pints of coke which cost Â£7.00 which i thought was very dear for a soft drink.It turned out to be a busy lunchtime service but only 2 staff working felt very sorry for them.
4 based on 207 reviews
We are a small community pub, located in the quaint Village of Golant on the banks of the Stunning Fowey River. We have a traditional pub menu that includes homemade dishes, using local produce. We also have a well stocked bar with regularly changing gues
We set off with interest to the estuary, wondering what to expect. Down the narrow lane with some stops required at passing points. This place is indeed a hidden gem. Some good beers and very friendly staff. Great food served from a good sized menu, and pretty good value. And they can cater for large parties it seems - a wedding reception the previous day and gazebo still present. Check the tides and don't get stuck ! It was interesting to see the water gradually move in and overtop the road, at some speed aswell. It was a very pleasant afternoon / evening and I feel privileged by the experience.Hi Peter Thank you for visiting us and for writing this lovely review. We are really glad to hear that you enjoyed your visit. We love the name of your review as you are quite right, it is an interesting drive down to the pub from the main road, but well worth it. The marquee is up in the garden throughout the summer, just incase British weather decides to be it's unpredictable self, however we do do the odd function in there. Your last comment about feeling privileged by the experience really made my day. It was a privilege to have you hear. We look forward to seeing you again soon.Kind regardsNick and The Crew
4 based on 185 reviews
First of all I have to say this pub is beautifully set . It has an incredibly pretty garden and has lots of character . We went the first evening of our holiday for a meal . We were sat down all good so far and given menus . Another two couples turned up after us and were sat down . We were somewhat bemused when their order was taken before ours . Not a big problem but a little annoying . Finally our order was taken what arrived though wasnât what weâd ordered, my husbands was correct however mine wasnât . They had got our order muddled with the couple next to us . So my husbands meal and the wrong meal was taken away . About twenty minutes later we were given our meals they were passable but not what Iâd maybe call amazing . My husbands looked like it had been sat for too long , nine I feel was rushed through . After our meal we ordered coffee two cappacinos , the waitress came to us five minutes later and asked was it two expressos you ordered , to which we replied no and two cappacinos arrived . A couple of nights later we decided to go again just for a coffee and my husband a beer . I ordered a cappacino , it was truly awful , completely undrinkable . I told the barman/ waiter and he said well our coffee is bitter , it wasnât bitter it was like dishwater . He said I can take it off your bill , then he said oh did you pay cash and I said yes and he just didnât do anything about it . I then went to the girl behind the bar and she did me another one which was marginally better . A night later we went again for drinks and a gentleman, was having to ask if theyâd forgotten him . I think in all it is a lovely pub but maybe only for a drink as another reviewer has said . A little better organisation is needed I think maybe. Very pretty setting though and worth a visit.
4 based on 246 reviews
A warm welcome awaits everyone at this traditional family run pub nestled close to the World Heritage Site of the Luxulyan Valley and the Eden project. Enjoy a walk along The Saints Way and call in for quality, locally sourced, home cooked food, all prepa
A welcoming local pub with lots of regular customers who, with the landlord, treat tourists with cheer and friendliness. Large portions of hearty food which is tasty and interesting. My friend and I shared a starter of pate of which there was plenty. My local meaty sausages were excellent with gravy, veggies and ginormous Yorkshire pudding. I couldn't eat all the mashed potato. I had a simple lemon sponge (my choice of no custard, ice cream etc) which was lovely: light and plenty of it !Would love to go again. My next visit, no doubt.
4 based on 179 reviews
Iâve never left a review before but felt compelled to do so after my visit to the Earl of Chatham. Following local advertisements for a quiz, I called to confirm and was advised that it would start at 9.00 on Tuesday. My partner and I booked a table for food beforehand as it was most convenient and had read positive reviews. However, we arrived shortly before our booking time and we werenât led to the table but told from the bar more or less where to sit. Our table was directly next to the ladies toilet, the door of which didnât close so for the duration of the meal we were forced to deal with noises and smells from the toilet. We and other patrons therefore stepped up to close the toilet door throughout the evening. We waited 15 minutes to receive a menu and a table who arrived after us received theirs first. The food was average despite being fairly expensive - Â£15 for Chinese style sea bass and chips. Also, we were given wine glasses rather than champagne flutes for our Prosecco. This also arrived 5 minutes after our dinner. On finishing our meal, we went to sit outside and waited for the quiz to begin. We asked several times about a start time and, from being assured it would begin at 9.20, we were eventually told it wasnât on. We are staying in Lostwithiel for a holiday and were looking forward to a good evening out. I would tell anyone to give this pub a miss and visit The Globe Inn down the road instead.
4 based on 519 reviews
We had dinner here on a Friday evening.Good job we booked as it was busy.Good varied menu lots of locally sourced ingredients.I had poachers pie which was lovely with extra gravy.The liver and bacon looked good too.Sticky toffee pudding also recommended.Nice atmosphere in the separate restaurant area,the bar was very busy.Too busy eating to take any pictures!!!
4 based on 357 reviews
Having visited the beautiful Golitha waterfalls, we tried this well rated pub/Inn in the picturesque Lostwithiel, one of our favourite places in Cornwall. The young lady who greeted us was so nice and friendly and we indulged in a Fowey G & T and for me a Tribute. It's a lovely pub with ample parking, a well looked after garden with pretty hanging baskets. My wife had the falafel burger with sweet potato fries and I had a cheese burger with fries. Both were served with yummy coleslaw and the meals were marvellous. Very well priced, excellent service throughout and a given that we will return soon.
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