Fistral Blue has been shortlisted in the Michelmores Property Awards. 2015
Within a short 10-minute walk from Fistral Bay you have Newquay with its traditional working fishing harbour.
Newquay has much to offer including restaurants, bars, cinema, trendy surf / fashion shops, supermarkets, library, surf schools, coasteering, kayaking, horse riding, gardens, boating lake, tennis club, squash, bowling club, tenpin bowling, deep sea fishing, churches, doctors, dentist and local hospital.
Local transport includes trains and bus routes.
There are also many quiet beauty spots where you can sit back, read or just simply relax.
Cornwall has many attractions to visit, which include Watergate Bay (Jamie Oliver ’s 15 Restaurant), Padstow (Rick Stein’s Sea Food Restaurant), St Ives (Tate Gallery), St Austell (Eden Project), Lands’ End, the Lost Gardens of Heligan, Flambards, the magical St Michael’s Mount and the Cornish capital city, Truro, with its fantastic cathedral and fabulous shops. There are also many National Trust sites in Cornwall to visit; in fact, far too many to name them all!
It would take a long time to explore all that incredible Cornwall has to offer.
Rick & Jill Stein to open on Fistral Beach. (Be part of the Fistral Living experience) opening 2015
Rick and Jill are very excited to announce that we are opening a restaurant in Fistral Beach, Cornwall.
The restaurant will be located on the iconic Fistral beach, famous for being one of the best surf beaches in Europe with a long sandy stretch perfect for families and opening in spring 2015.
Newquay ’s latest seafood restaurant opened on Fistral Beach 2014.
The Fish House – Fistral
Paul Harwood has lived in Cornwall for 25 years and is passionate about cooking seafood having learnt his skills working for Rick Stein for 14 years in Padstow.
Previously Paul spent many years travelling the globe to exotic destinations sampling local cuisine but also fulfilling his other passion of surfing.
When the opportunity arose to open at Britain’s most famous surfing beach Fistral, Paul grasped the opportunity subsequently opening a small seafood restaurant, The Fish House-Fistral.