A very tasty gastro pub, slung out on the far west coast of Cornwall, just a short walk from the rocky promontory that lends it its name.
The Gurnard’s head is hard to miss, it’s on the winding, narrow road that runs the breadth of the coast, and you’ll find it on a corner with its name painted on the roof. Inside there’s a comfy, carefully rustic bar, a formal dining room, a nice garden (should the weather permit) and rooms to stay the night upstairs, and aside from the dining room the whole place is dog friendly.
When we went we took Black Dog into the bar, for pints of cloudy local cider and plates of figs and ricotta and pan-fried bass. Delicious.