Delicious Food with a Kitschy Twist
The Wheel House Restaurant and Guest House is known for its kitschy maritime aesthetic. But that aesthetic, however silly, wasn’t enough to deter the Queen Mother, who once famously visited in 1967. Visitors to the region can also dine like royalty at the Wheel House, which features a huge menu filled with fresh fish and produce and serves every meal from breakfast to dinner.
Visitors to The Wheel House can try traditional Cornish fare, from pasties to cream tea. But the menu also has dozens of other options, from fish and chips to various ciabatta sandwiches. The restaurant is small and cozy, and it’s furnished with pews from an old chapel.
They do recommend that guests make reservations, as seating is limited. Visitors can also stay in the guesthouse, which features four rooms with garden views, breakfast included. The Wheel House is close to attractions such as The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan, which makes it a great spot to stay as well as eat.