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3 Hot Choc Stops in West Cornwall
Porthgwidden Café, St Ives
Located by the beach on St Ives 'island', a rocky outcrop jutting out into the bay, the views of the picture postcard town are charming. Tuck into a bowl of Porthgwidden’s homemade soup as you watch the fishing boats come and go and look across to Godrevy Lighthouse silhouetted against the winter sky.
Sat Nav: TR26 1PL (closed on Mondays)
Gylly Beach Café, Falmouth
Uber trendy café overlooking Falmouth Bay with a heated veranda so you can sit outside even in the depths of winter and enjoy some great views of the Lizard peninsula. Chilled out music and a relaxed atmosphere accompany a creamy Americano wonderfully.
Sat Nav: TR11 4PA
The Blue Beach Bar, Porthtowan
After a stroll on the beach or a bit of jaunt along the cliff path you won’t go far wrong by finishing off with a mug of white choc mocha and soaking up the laid back atmosphere of the Blue Bar. Located right on the shore, it’s a great place to while away a winter Sunday afternoon in the company of Cornwall’s surfing crowd.
Sat Nav: TR4 8AD
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