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Nestled in a sleepy village in the tranquil Camel Valley yet within easy reach of both Bodmin Moor and Cornwall's rugged north coast, step inside and be wowed by this stunning 17th-century inn.

Locally known as a fabulous foodie favourite, The St. Tudy Inn draws discerning diners from far and wide and thanks to its rustic seasonal menus that champion local and regional suppliers, it's firmly on Cornwall's culinary map. Despite its foodie reputation and elegant rooms, the inn is definitely still a pub which offers a warm welcome and proper bar for locals to enjoy a pint of St. Tudy Ale by the fire.

Elsewhere, the three cosy dining areas have a cool, minimalist feel with soft Farrow & Ball hues and black-and-white prints on the walls, wooden floors, a warming wood-burning stove in the open fireplace, fresh flowers from the garden and simple white plates, glassware and linen napkins. The decked rear terrace with smart tables and brollies provides a tranquil spot for summer alfresco drinking and dining. You won't want to leave, so push the boat out and book a room for the whole weekend.

Rooms from

Doubles: £150

Good to know

  • All major credit cards accepted
  • Parking available
  • Alfresco and private dining

Scenic and serene
With its soothing rooms and off-the-beaten-track location, The St. Tudy is the perfect spot for a relaxing country escape away from the hustle and bustle.

Dog friendly
Your four legged friend will be made very welcome in the bar, terrace and overnight in Room 1.

Outdoor adventures
With wonderful walking on the doorstep, spend a day exploring the Bodmin Moors or rugged Cornish coastline.

Fine dining
A dining destination, the kitchen prizes rustic cooking inspired by classic French cuisine, notably Burgundy where the owner trained as a chef.


Adjacent to the pub, an idyllic Cornish stone barn houses the four stylish bedrooms. The look and feel is simple, elegant and calming, expect cool grey hues, New England style shutters, luxurious king-size beds with crisp linen, sumptuous headboards and blue and red scatter cushions adding a welcome splash of colour.

Neat, tiled bathrooms feature digital monsoon showers, motion sensor lighting, heated mirrors, and posh Bramley products. Thoughtful touches include fresh flowers, Nespresso machines, quality teas and homemade sweet treats on arrival.

Restaurant & bar

The kitchen at St. Tudy's prizes rustic cooking inspired by classic French cuisine, notably Burgundy where the owner trained as a chef.

The short daily menus evolve with the seasons and showcase top-notch local ingredients, so expect plenty of wonderfully fresh fish cooked simply and skilfully. Local game, meat and vegetables are all given the respect they deserve, with the emphasis on rustic simplicity allowing the flavours of each dish to shine.

Pub classics are not forgotten, so indulge in the St. Tudy ale battered fish and hand-cut chips with peas and tartare sauce. To quaff, there's local ale and a fine global wine list (21 by the glass) that includes fizz from the Camel Valley Vineyard and a fine Bordeaux, Chateau Civrac.

Getting here


Nearest train station: Bodmin
Taxi from station: 17min
Drive: 35min from Padstow, 46min from Truro, 1hr 5min from Plymouth


The St Tudy Inn, St Tudy, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 3NN

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