With Summer finally here I thought it was time to share some of my favourite places in Newquay to head for a cocktail or two. Newquay has had a hard time in the past with its image as a ‘party town’. Many expect wild stag and hen do’s and beaches taken up with hungover students … Continue reading The best bars in town . . .
Over the next few months I will be doing more posts on the different attractions and things to do whilst on holiday in our gorgeous town. Trust me, there’s plenty! I’m also currently looking in to both the history of Newquay and the history of Cliff House, which as far as I can see have … Continue reading Have you heard, beach is the word!
I have been wanting to make fudge for a really long time now. We live in Cornwall and they really do make some of the best fudge so I had to give it a go myself! Since moving down I think I have tried fudge from nearly all of the shops that sell it around … Continue reading I finally got round to making Fudge!
This cake is quickly becoming my new favourite. It’s two of my favourite things combined into one and it’s so delicious. Not only is it so tasty you would be silly not to make it, but it’s also very easy to adapt into so many different flavours. For this recipe I have used a lemon … Continue reading Lemon Crumble Cake
We have been super busy here at Cliff House and I sadly haven’t had time to do any new blog posts. However, things are now finally starting to get back to normal and I’m excited to get back to the blog! I’ll leave this post as more of a recap of the past few months, … Continue reading Sorry it’s been a while…
Safu, meaning surf in japenese, is a sushi fusion restaurant that has recently opened up in Newquay and its arrival has been welcomed with open arms. When we moved to Newquay in January I was gutted that Wagamamas had not found its way down here yet. Once we found out about Safu we couldn’t wait … Continue reading Safu – Restaurant Review
Growing up in the countryside, I have always been aware of the importance of supporting your local farmers, shops and any other business. I think this was first drilled into me by my Mum, but she is right. I really do believe that small businesses are vital to the success of a community. That realisation … Continue reading Why we buy local