Porthgwidden Beach near Carbis Bay in St. Ives is a small and secluded beach with plenty to offer. We parked in the Island Car Park, a small challenge to get to given the narrow roads that led to it.
Located at one end of Porthgwidden Beach’s iconic beach huts is a cozy cafe offering beachfront dining, an expansive view and if you are there in the summer, a big sun terrace seating area.
Beautiful photos of Gwithian Beach taken from the South West Coast Path near St. Gothian Sands Nature Reserve.
This wasn’t our first time to Bistrot Pierre and won’t be our last. We have been to Bistrot Pierre in Bath a number of times and have never been let down. The food tastes great, with good portions and is reasonably priced.
We found a nice little place by the river off Newbridge Road called the Boathouse. It was a weekday evening and the place was relatively quiet.
One lazy evening, we decided to dine out at Bill’s on Cheap Street, Bath. We were always intrigued by the interior and how the place seems packed at lunchtime. I had half a bird with sweet potato chips and curried coleslaw, tasty but a little under cooked.
Here is another great find. We explored the ‘back alleys’ of Bath and found the Wild Cafe. While waiting for our food, we took in the interior, fittings and layout, including how people in suit and tie seems to frequent this place like they know this place very well.
We have always been fans of Miller and Carter and when they opened in Bath, we couldn’t wait to get in. After a long week, we were there one evening for dinner. We had the starter platter to share followed by our meals.
Our favourite French restaurant in Weston-super-Mare is housed in a building right next to the beach. The two storey circular building offers a vista of the beach and the Grand Pier.
We had visitors and wanted to treat them to something different. We had previously been to Koh Thai Tapas before for Halloween night and enjoyed the food there. So we thought it would be a good time to go back again to sample the different tapas.