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The Plume of Feathers, Newquay, Cornwall

A fabulous concoction of traditional features versus contemporary boutique rooms, The Plume of Feathers in Mitchell, Cornwall, sees this 16th century coaching inn playing host to the most stylish of bedrooms.

The Plume of Feathers, Newquay, Cornwall

Mitchell, Newquay, Cornwall TR8 5AX, 01872 510 387, Visit Website

The bar and dining area are made up of flagstone floors, exposed stonework, beamed ceilings and wood burnings stoves, just what you’d come to expect from such an ancient building. While the addition of the light filled conservatory draws The Plume of Feathers in Mitchell into the 21st century.

Outside in the pretty garden, the swaying palm trees remind you of the inn’s Cornish location. In the summer you can enjoy a spot of al fresco dining, while the roaring log burners invite you to cosy up inside during the winter. With a reputation for being one of the best gastro pubs near Newquay, The Plume of Feathers serves up traditional British dishes that are given a unique twist from their talented Head Chef; Andrew Dudley.

To the rear of the inn, there are 20 boutique rooms set inside a beautiful stone building. The bedrooms are huge (and we mean huge), with flop-into sofas and armchairs, shuttered windows and the most wonderful bathrooms with freestanding baths and rainfall showers.

  • 20 bedrooms
  • Bar
  • Beer Garden
  • Cask Ales
  • Dog Friendly
  • Child Friendly
  • Mouth-Watering Food
  • Freestanding Baths
  • Free Wi-Fi
From £100

The local area

In the heart of the pretty village of Mitchell, The Plume of Feathers is just a short drive from Newquay and Truro, so it is blessed to have incredible beaches and places of interest within easy reach. Newquay has among the best beaches in Cornwall, including Fistral Beach, Watergate Bay and Porth Beach, which are surfers’ paradises. Soak up some of the history and culture of the areas at local attractions such as Lappa Valley Steam Railway, Screech Owl Sanctuary, Truro Cathedral or Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm. Families with young children will love Dairyland Farm World and Newquay Zoo. But if you are looking for a little escapism during your stay at the inn, The Headland Spa is only a 10 minute drive and offers unadulterated pampering and total relaxation.


  • Designated dog friendly rooms available


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