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Fresh off the boat, straight from the farm, foraged this morning…

The AA 5 star, 2 Rosette rated 17th-century Port Gaverne Restaurant & Hotel is nestled in a beautiful secluded cove on North Cornwall’s dramatic coast. Enjoy seasonal, star-quality food inspired by the bounty on our doorstep. Relax in our traditional old bar with slate floors, wooden beams and a wide range of proper ales. Your dishes will be cooked simply and with integrity by Head Chef James Lean and his team, who have learnt their trade under some of the UK’s top Michelin-star chefs.

With antique furniture and traditional features, no two bedrooms are the same at Port Gaverne. Facilities include free wifi, Sky TV, Nespresso coffee machines, en-suite bathrooms with a hairdryer and Molton Brown toiletries. And a hearty full Cornish breakfast is always included in the price.

The beautiful, peaceful North Cornwall Heritage Coast is on our doorstep, with the beach just moments away. Port Isaac is a 5-minute walk away, or the large sandy beach at Polzeath is a 15-minute drive.

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  • Wild Winter Deal: 3 Nights B&B for £240

    WILD WINTER DEAL 2016/17 Room rate reduced to £120 + get 3 nights for the price of 2! Empty rooms. We don’t have many, but we really don’t like them. So, from Nov 1st until April 30th, 2017*, you can stay two nights at Port Gaverne Hotel......

  • You raised £1264 for Port Isaac RNLI – by eating a lot of lobster

    This year, the Port Gaverne Hotel pledged to donate £1 for every lobster you ordered in our restaurant. We went through the books, and between you, you ate a staggering 1264 lobsters this year. Some of you had more than one (though not on the same......


Bonfire Night on the Beach at Port Gaverne
Nov 5 @ 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Bonfire Night on the Beach at Port Gaverne

Big bonfire, fireworks, hog roast from 6pm onwards and toffee apples. Please call the pub on 01208 880244 for the exact time, because it depends on the tides.