Lunch at the Tresanton Hotel St Mawes

A fantastic short trip home and an adventure to St Mawes for a lovely lunch at the Tresanton Hotel.

We were long overdue a trip to Cornwall so when the opportunity arose to go down and visit my sister on her birthday, Emily and I didn’t hesitate to say yes!

Leaving London on a Friday night is just fab… we managed to get off work at 3 and on the road by 4. It was still a 6 and a half hour trip home…. Everytime we drive down I always question whether or not it’s worth it. The alarm went off at 7am the next day and we woke to blissful silence and a blue bird day.

We wished Gaby a happy birthday, had a lovely breakfast did some sport, the typical Cecil way and then headed to lunch in St Mawes at the Tresanton Hotel.

We drove over to St Mawes and were greeted with picturesque garden path leading down to the hotel.

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Then treated on the terrace to this view
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We started our meal with a round of prosseco.

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Lunch

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We were treated to one of the best lunches I’ve ever had.

A true taste of the fresh Cornish sea.

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Cornish Sardines on a gluten free bread with fresh tomatoes and basil
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Fig, rocket and parmesan salad

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A fantastic plaice and chips

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We ended up spending 3 hours on the terrace just basking in the late September sun. I even had someone comment on how brown I was just yesterday.

If you’re looking for a lovely lunch in Cornwall I highly recommend this place.

27 Lower Castle Rd,
St Mawes,
Truro,
Cornwall TR2 5DR
www.tresanton.com
Mains £12-30.

Walking In Trelissick

Before getting back in the car and heading up the M5 on the Sunday we went for a 5 mile walk around Trelissick gardens. Another blue bird day

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