Cornwall Living 2016

Expect the unexpected

We visit The Cornish Barn Smokehouse & Bar at the Artist Residence in Penzance, where the food is as tantalising as the location.

Why settle for the ordinary and everyday, when you could enjoy an experience that is truly unique? It’s a question oft asked, yet seldom acted upon. One enterprise that has geared its entire ethos around creating an experience that is anything but ordinary is the Artist Residence collection of boutique hotels and restaurants. Originating in Brighton, the group has now expanded to Penzance, London, Oxfordshire, and will be opening a location in Bristol in 2018. Even as the family has grown, each location has retained its individuality, while maintaining a shared set of values and aesthetic. Owners Justin and Charlie have carefully selected unique buildings including a former boot factory and thatched manor house, all in stunning locations, working alongside British artists to inject them with their own unique and evolving style.

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Expect the unexpected

We visit The Cornish Barn Smokehouse & Bar at the Artist Residence in Penzance, where the food is as tantalising as the location.

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Gourmet gossip

Catch up on this month’s Cornish foodie news.

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