Cornwall Living 2018

The Watch House, St Mawes

The Watch House sits on the front of the harbour in the picturesque fishing village of St Mawes enjoying stunning views across the bay.

Take your pick of the choice of two dining experiences either the cosy ground floor dining area and bar with family friendly booths or the light and bright upstairs dining room with views out across the harbour to St Anthony’s head.

The Watch House is owned and operated by Will Gould and John Brown. Will Gould has been a chef for over ten years and is very proud of their seasonal menu which focuses on the use of locally sourced, fresh local produce.

If you fancy a quick bite to eat, our Watch Out take away window serves fresh and local fish and chips and a few other nice take away options.Located at the end of the Roseland Peninsula, St Mawes is a small fishing village in south Cornwall. With two beaches, walking paths, and the St Mawes Castle, the village is a very popular holiday destinsation for couples and families.

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There is also a large sailing community in St Mawes and every summer there are a number of events on the water. The Watch House is ideally situated in the heart of the village overlooking the inner harbour with views out towards St Anthonys Head.

St Mawes is a 15 minute ferry ride from Falmouth on the foot passenger ferry and close to both Truro and St Austell where there are mainline train stations.

1 The Square
St Mawes
TR2 5DJ
01326 270038
e: atable@watchhousestmawes.co.uk