Time for a Cor­nish feast on the beach

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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

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