Resolve to champion the staycation in 2019? Enter our competition and you could be treating a lucky chum to a mini-break on the north Cornwall coast
While a holiday abroad is always exciting, there’s something equally thrilling about a weekend away in the Great British outdoors. Whether it’s a sightseeing and table-hopping city break or an indulgent retreat in a secluded wooded valley, the South West is a playground for greedy grown-ups in the summer months.
This 18th century former corn mill (previously known as Treknow Mill) is an insider’s find for foodie weekenders who seek restful slumber, fabulous fodder and rural bliss. A favourite with those eschewing the big and the bland, The Old Mill House oozes charm thanks to original fixtures and traditional oak-beamed bar.
Located between the fishing villages of Port Isaac and Boscastle, and only a stone’s throw from Trebarwith Strand Beach, the rustic inn hosts an abundance of daytime activities from its doorstep. Stroll the country paths or dive into surfing and rockpooling among other adventurous pursuits.
Intrepid overnighters are welcomed back to the pub with home-from-home comfort; sink into one of the comfy sofas and browse the day’s menu over a pint of local ale. Dishes to be savoured in the contemporary restaurant include Porthilly mussels, Cornish hake and grilled pork chops. End the evening on a high with warm pear and ginger cake and a healthy dollop of local clotted cream.
To be in with a chance of winning just answer the following question …
What was the The Mill House’s former name?