Your local, independent guide to Gwithian and the Towans
Jam Pot Cafe
On the Towans itself, The Jam Pot. Fabulous historic look out building now running as a shop and cafe. Some seating inside the pot and lots of extra seating in the garden. Open all year round, dog friendly, family run business. At the end of the road past the car park and chalets. Walk from Godrevy or the Gwithian car parks
The Rockpool Beach Cafe
The Rockpool beach café is situated in the Gwithian dunes, just steps from Godrevy beach. A friendly and relaxed vibe (think barefoot and rustic) buzzing with families, friends, outdoor and ocean lovers! The view pours in from all angles whether inside or outside on the beautiful deck or in the back garden to catch a view of the waves.
Sunset Surf Cafe
Cafe, surf school and shop, open daytimes in the summer and of and on in the winter depending on the weather.
Hungry Horsebox Co.
The Hungry Horsebox, a mobile beach cafe with a fresh attitude and friendly philosophy. Their produce is local, fresh, flavoursome and served in abundance to satisfy your outdoor food cravings. The Hungry Horsebox merges a love of good food with an equal love of great coffee.
Godrevy Café (next to the National Trust car park, but not Trust owned) welcomes everyone, from dog walkers to beach hoppers. There's a tempting menu of hot and cold food and drink, with an ice cream hut in the summer.
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