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Mousehole Travel guide
Mousehole : Michelin's recommendations
Mousehole is a very attractive and much visited village. The harbour is almost totally sheltered by a Lamorna granite quay and a breakwater built in 1393. Close to the low granite fishermen's cottages at the water's edge is the Keighwin Arms, the only house left standing after a Spanish raid in 1595. About 1.5km south of Mousehole is Spaniards' Point where the raiders landed.
The Parade GB - Mousehole TR19 6PR
Former coastguard's cottage in a small fishing village, with a laid-back, open-plan interior, a sub-tropical garden and views towards St Clement's Isle. Well-presented, brasserie style dishes with a modern edge; great choice of wines. Individually sh..
2 Fore St GB - Mousehole TR19 6PF
Bright, friendly, all-day café and bistro in a pretty harbourside setting; popular with locals and tourists alike. Menus are based on the best of the day's catch and feature simple, unfussy preparations. Brunch is a feature at weekends.
6 Chapel St GB - Mousehole TR19 6SB
Former pilchard processing cottage hidden away in a backstreet of an old fishing village; bright, modern artwork adorns the walls. Simple brunch and lunch menus, good value early evening selection and a seafood orientated à la carte. Good-sized, comf..