Time for a Cornish feast on the beach
Porthcurnick Beach is a barely touched sandy nook on Cornwall’s Roseland Peninsula. Almost the only man-made addition is the Hidden Hut – a pint-sized café that sits discreetly on the grassy slope above. Open to beachgoers during the day, it also lays on selected ‘feast night’ dinners, where guests bring their own plates, cutlery and wine to sit at the long tables outside while the chefs get to work. See out the last of summer over dishes such as crab with aioli, pork belly and crackling, or Kashmiri lamb cooked over a wood fire.
Guests await the arrival of the food at the Hidden Hut overlooking Porthcurnick Beach