Food

We’ve got an obsessive commitment to home-grown and local produce: simple food done well

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It’s all about the Kitchen Garden

The Kitchen Garden is the beating heart of our operation at THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay. Everything is driven by our Gardeners, Forager and Chef – they grow and find the food – the chef then creates the menu; uncomplicated and simple British garden food, true to the micro seasons and with a real focus on simple and fresh flavours.

With an obsessive commitment to homegrown produce and a serious love of all-things local, the garden and kitchen teams will work hand in hand to create our 25-mile menu, which will be supported by passionate local farmers and small producers, who supply anything that we cannot grow or produce ourselves.

Supplier Shout Out

Over the years we have been lucky to support some of the very best local suppliers to each of THE PIG hotels. What ever our Kitchen Garden teams are unable to grow themselves we source from within a 25 mile radius - creating our 25 mile menu. We love who we work with and carefully select them so we can be 100% honest on the provenance of our ingredients, and be sure that what we are dishing up is the very best around. Take a look below if you want to support our network and shop local!

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Our 25-mile menu

What we can’t grow ourselves, we source from local suppliers and producers. Our surroundings influence our food in every way at THE PIG which is why our local communities are so important in all we do. THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay, is lucky to have access a rich variety of top quality fresh produce from land and sea, as well as world-class wines and spirits.

  • Padstow Kitchen Garden

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    2.6 miles away
    Amidst the outstandingly beautiful Trerethern Farm, lies Padstow Kitchen Garden: 4 acres of land nourished, nurtured and tended-to by 6th generation farmer and former Stein’s head-chef, Ross Geach. The talented team of gardeners grow huge varieties of vegetables every year for some of the country’s finest restaurants and cafes.

  • Fish for Thought

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    14 miles away
    A family run business based in Bodmin, dedicated to sustainability, and delivering fresh seafood to their customers. From the boat straight to the kitchen, they are committed to serving up remarkable Cornish seafood

  • Haywards Farm

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    13 miles away
    Proper Cornish cider! The Bray family have farmed Hayward Farm since 1919, but cider has been produced on the farm’s granite cider press for centuries, supplying the families and labourers with the Westcountry’s favourite drink. 

  • Philip Warren

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    28 miles away
    Established in 1880, Philip Warren and Son Butchers are the oldest farm shop in Cornwall. They farm and sell indigenous breeds of British cattle, like Red Devons, Angus, Dexters, Herefords and Galloways. 

  • Camel Valley

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    16 miles away
    Camel Valley vineyard has been producing award-winning, world-class wines in a beautiful corner of Cornwall since 1989. hat is it that makes their wines so good? It’s really quite simple – an idyllic setting on sun-drenched slopes near the famous Camel River; excellent grapes that perfectly suit the soil and climate; a respect for traditional vineyard practices combined with a modern approach to wine making and, a passion for creating wines that provide pure pleasure! 

  • Tarquin's Gin

    16 miles away
    In 2012 Tarquin Leadbetter set his sights on establishing the first Cornish distillery for over 100 years - a self-taught distiller, Tarquin uses old techniques to create award winning gins in a converted cow shed perched on a windswept hilltop overlooking the wild Cornish Coast! 

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Getting here

Far-reaching sea views, oodles of quirks and character and stacks of original features, THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay is in one of Cornwall's hot spots on the north coast.

THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay

Harlyn Bay, Padstow, Cornwall, PL28 8SQ, UK
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By road

THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay is accessible following the A30, A389 and A39 heading towards Wadebridge and then follow signs for Padstow. As coming away from Padstow, follow the signs to Harlyn Bay. Once you’ve reached Harlyn Bay, cross the narrow bridge and continue up the hill. When you get to the top of the hill, turn right and you will get to THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay which is a short drive of around 200 yards away.

Popping our postcode PL28 8SQ into your sat nav will direct you there also.

 

Why not stop off at THE PIG-at Combe as you head East? Just off the A30 towards Cornwall it is the perfect place to break up the journey with an overnight stay or quick bite to eat.

It is around 2 hours from THE PIG-at Combe to THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay along the A30.

Nearest station

The closest station to THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay is Bodmin Parkway, around 20 miles away.  Trains run direct from London Paddington. The 11A bus runs towards Padstow from Bodmin Parkway, with a change to the A5 towards Newquay followed by a short walk between the bus stop and hotel.

Taxi service

If you're getting to us by taxi give Kjs taxis a call on 07875 637734 who'll be able to get you over to ours in no time. 

Nearest airport

Newquay Airport is 9 miles away from THE PIG-at Harlyn Bay and it takes just around 25 minutes to get there by car.

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