Tremenheere Kitchen Gulval

Tremenheere Kitchen Gulval – Tremenheere Kitchen

TREMENHEERE KITCHEN

Our beautifully designed venue within the stunning Tremenheere landscape, provides the perfect relaxed dining space with inspiring views across Mount’s Bay. Our constantly evolving menus follow the rhythm of the seasons using the best quality, locally sourced and often our own produce.

DAYTIME

Let us welcome you with a freshly ground coffee or Cornish loose leaf tea, indulge with one of our delicious cakes or pastries and socialise in a comfortable neighborhood atmosphere. Sandwiches, soups, seafood platters, daily changing specials or a fabulous Sunday roast. All freshly prepared for you to enjoy around the warming fire or on our sun-soaked terrace. Come and enjoy a glass of wine, craft beer, local cider or house made cordial. Our bar serves an eclectic choice, sourced from independent merchants and producers.

EVENING

With the sun setting, it’s time for a more decadent restaurant approach to food and wine. Relax with a glass of bubbles and enjoy the distinctive, clean flavours of Cornish seafood, game, house cured fish, charcuterie and the freshest, seasonal vegetables. Our menus celebrate the amazing produce that we are so lucky to have on our doorstep. Bring close friends and family together and savour an innovative dinner or one of our themed, culinary, film or live music evenings.

CELEBRATE

Tremenheere is a great venue to host any event, weddings, anniversaries, product launches, business seminars or meetings. With our stunning gardens, views over Mount’s Bay, generous facilities and experienced team, we work alongside you to create a unique event. Every detail will be tailored to your needs and reworked until we achieve the perfect solution.

Contact: 01736 448089     TR20 8YL 

http://www.tremenheere.co.uk/kitchen

Falmouth Art Gallery

Falmouth Art Gallery

Falmouth Art Gallery is in the centre of Falmouth and is easily accessible by all forms of transport. You will find us on The Moor, in the
upper floor of the Municipal Buildings.

Falmouth Art Gallery has a vibrant exhibition and event programme. We change exhibitions regularly and hang works from our permanent collection alongside major museum loans, work from local artists, community groups, school children and students. Our events cater for all ages, from babies upwards. There will be something for everyone.

Our art collection is large and eclectic for a small museum. The works are rotated regularly in our entrance and main galleries and we work to variety of themes.

The staircase gallery is used for community displays. Groups such as Falcare, Age Concern, local schools and Falmouth University visit on a regular basis and create art in response to current exhibitions.

Our limelight wall within the entrance gallery, is open to all aspiring and professional artists. To achieve a dynamic turnaround the space is changed weekly.

http://www.falmouthartgallery.com/Gallery/Home

TR11 2RT  Contact: 01326 313863

Royal Cornwall Museum

Royal Cornwall Museum

The Royal Institution of Cornwall, founded in 1818, was set up to promote excellence across all fields relating to Cornwall’s world leading industries and art through the creation of the Royal Cornwall Museum, the Courtney Library and a programme of lectures.

Our aim is to champion a better understanding of Cornwall’s unusual relationship with the wider world through one of the most significant British emigrations of the 19th Century.

We also want visitors to take advantage of our special role as the only museum in Cornwall with, a British Museum supported, Ancient Greek, Roman and Egyptian permanent exhibition, along with our collection of rare ceramics, a world-renowned mineral collection and exceptional art on display.

We are proud to say we are an accredited museum and uphold high standards of care with all our collections.

The inviting Arts Café sits between the Royal Cornwall Museum and Truro Arts Company, and offers plenty of seating for your morning coffee, lunch meeting, or afternoon tea.  Fresh, colourful salads, homemade soup, jacket potatoes, quiches sandwiches and toasted paninis are all made to order, using local produce where possible.

During the colder months, sink into a sofa while sipping hot chocolate with all the trimmings, or relax over a long lunch by the log burner. In the summer we’ve got alfresco eating in our sunny courtyard, where you can enjoy a glass of wine or cold cider. Art books and magazines are on hand for inspiration, free Wi-Fi, and we’ve also got the daily papers to ponder over, and toys and colouring-in to keep the little ones out of mischief.

http://www.royalcornwallmuseum.org.uk/

TR1 2SJ  Contact: 01872 272205

Penlee House Gallery

Penlee House Gallery – Penlee Art Gallery

Built in 1865 as a gracious Victorian home, Penlee House has been converted to create a first class gallery and museum set within an attractive park. It specialises in showing the area’s unique cultural heritage incorporating the historic collections of Penzance Town Council, Cornwall Council and Newlyn Art Gallery.

Penlee House has a permanent collection of paintings which is actively being developed. Some of the best known works from the renowned Newlyn School include The Rain it Raineth Every Day by Norman Garstin , School is Out by Elizabeth Forbes, Among the Missing by Walter Langley and On Paul Hill by Stanhope Forbes.

Please check the What’s On – Exhibitions section to find out what is on show before making a special journey. The Orangerie licensed café, with its terrace overlooking the park, offers a range of coffees, afternoon tea with home baked cakes and freshly prepared light lunches, using the best of local produce.

Newlyn Art Gallery

Newlyn Art Gallery

The building of Newlyn Art Gallery, is of unique building design and modern architecture.

The gallery building has a glass structure supports the side of the lower ground floor, supporting upper levels. The first floor exterior walls, are clad in wet-laid Cornish slate, a building method specific to the region, but rarely seen in modern buildings.

The glass curtain wall allows panoramic views of Newlyn Green and the sea while sliding doors lead to a secluded garden and outdoor seating area. The versatile Lower Gallery presents small exhibitions, projects and events. The Education Room & Studio Cafe on the first floor of the pavilion has a vast window offering panoramic views across Mounts Bay, as well as a skylight the length of the gabled ceiling.

Newlyn Art Gallery is a small building with limited access to parking. The gallery is a must see for artists and enthusiasts alike.

St Ives

St Ives

St Ives is a Cornish jewel. A mining and fishing community originally, the town has developed over the years as an artists’ community and then a tourist destination, and now a property hot spot.

St Ives is still a small town but with a big name. The harbour dries out at low tide leaving a golden necklace of three or four beaches around the tiny streets of a town which was originally built to cater for pedestrians, horses and carts. So best not to drive into St Ives.

Use the park and ride from Lelant Saltings or park by the pool at the very top of the town. There is a huge choice of shops restaurants and pubs, or just relax on the beach with a picnic.