The Cadgwith Cove Inn is located in a tiny un-spoilt working fishing village on the eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall. Positioned right on the South-West Coastal Path, Cadgwith is set on a back drop of "Chocolate Box" thatched cottages over looking the spectacular views of the Cove. Church Cove, The Lizard and Kennack Sands are within walking distance along the Coastal Path.
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- Cadgwith (0 mi)
- Cadgwith is a tiny fishing village forgotten by the 21st Century, located on the eastern side of the Lizard Peninsula in Cornwall, England. Fishermen still push their boats down the beach to catch shellfish and wet fish which are available; weather permitting; every day. The area offers the most spectacular scenery to be found anywhere in the world. To the summer visitor, arriving on a sunny day, Cadgwith seems everything that a Cornish fishing village should be.
- Ruan Minor (0.5 mi)
- There is a church, post office and Spa shop within the village. Recreation Ground with childrens play area.
- Quiz Night (0 mi)
- Quiz night is held at The Cadgwith Cove Inn on a Monday night at 7pm. It is free to enter a team of up to 4 people - come along and enjoy the fun plus a free bar snack for each team!
- Folk Night (0 mi)
- Folk Night every Tuesday throughout the year at The Cadgwith Cove Inn. It starts around 8.30pm. Everybody is welcome to come and sing, play or just listen and enjoy the unique atmosphere.
- Euchure (0 mi)
- During the winter The Cadgwith Cove Inn hold a Euchure night on a Thursday evening. Come along and watch this traditional Cornish card game and enjoy the banter.
- Cadgwith Singers (0 mi)
- Every Friday evening around 10pm the Cadgwith Singers perform old Cornish Sea Shanties at The Cadgwith Cove Inn. This brings the pub to life and is a fantastic experience for all. Visitors come to the pub from all over the world to witness and enjoy their songs.
- Buller Day (0 mi)
- Around mid August (tbc) Cadgwith hosts Buller Day which is gig race event in honour of the late Richard 'Buller' Arthur who helped rekindle interest in gigs and after whom our first gig was named in 1986. Visiting gig clubs from all over Devon, Cornwall and The Isles of Scilly make a truly colourful spectacle in the Cove against the back drop of thatched cottages and fishing boats.
- Seafood Buffet (0 mi)
- During peek season The Cadgwith Cove Inn offers a seafood buffet on our patio in front of the pub on Fridays or Saturday evenings (weather permitting). We offer a selection from paella to curry with salad and couscous. When the sun is shining and with lovely sea views this has been compared to being in the Mediterranean!!
- Valentines Celebration (0 mi)
- Saturday 14th February 2015
2 course meal and 3 course meal will be available. See menu on our homepage or call us for details. Why not stay with us overnight as well for a reduced room rate? Call us for details on 01326 290513.
- Annual Folk Day (0 mi)
- Around mid July The Cadgwith Cove Inn host the Annual Folk Day on the patio outside the pub in glorious sunshine - hopefully! A fantastic atmosphere is created from around midday to midnight with the sounds of the best Folk music from locals and visitors from all over Europe! Enjoy music, entertainment and even a bit of stand up comedy for a truly memorable day of fun in the sun!
Helston - A394(9.9mi, 15.9km)
From the outskirts of Helston take the A3083 towards Lizard. Stay on the A3083 past the turn for Mullion. Before you get to Lizard take the left turn signposted to Cadgwith. This is a long straight road eventually bearing left. After approximately 1.5 miles (from A3083) you will see 2 concrete pillars which is the entrance to Cadgwith Village (New Road). Drive towards the sea, past the beach and fishing boats and The Cadgwith Cove Inn is on the left as you climb the hill.