From the Artist Residence portfolio (which also runs boutique hotels in Oxford, Brighton and London), this smokehouse, bar and restaurant-with-rooms occupies a 16th-century coaching inn. Serving food and drinks throughout the day, The Clubhouse is a spot for all occasions whether you're wanting a cosy mid-morning coffee, or an evening of eating, drinking, and making merry with friends.
Located moments away from the sea, the Artist Residence Clubhouse is cosy from the off. Its interior sports bare wooden boards on walls and floors, and equally rustic bench seating, while in the restaurant area features armchairs and a log burner, producing a country drawing-room effect. The Clubhouse's outdoor area has a bohemian feel to it thanks to the colourful, weather-proof canopy that hangs above and the wooden garden furniture. The garden also plays host to the Seafood Shack, which offers a different, more snacky menu from the restaurant inside as well as a selection of classic cocktails.
When it comes to food, you can start your day with breakfast at The Clubhouse - everything from eggs benedict to buttermilk pancakes with yoghurt, banana and honey is available and can be enjoyed alongside an array of hot drinks. Plenty of local produce features in the restaurant’s main menu which can be ordered from throughout the day. Small plates such as apricot, soy and chilli chicken wings, and sardines on toast with smoked tomato make fantastic lunchtime snacks, while filling main courses are best enjoyed alongside a pint of local ale. Expect hefty portions of everything from smoked beer can chicken with fennel slaw to grilled lobster with lemon and garlic.
Drinks at The Clubhouse are just as exciting as the food options; a decent selection of wines are available by both the glass and bottle, while various Cornish ciders and ales ensure that beer drinkers are also happy.