Cornwall Life - - FOOD HEROES -

We are of­fer­ing one lucky reader the chance to win a two-night stay for two at the St Tudy Inn, in­clud­ing a three-course din­ner on one night.

Hav­ing suc­cess­fully run The Har­bour Restau­rant in Port Isaac for six years, ta­lented chef Emily Scott moved in­land in 2013 with ex­cit­ing plans to trans­form the for­tunes of the 17th-cen­tury St Tudy Inn.

Emily has held a Miche­lin Bib Gour­mand for three years in a row and was named as one of the top

100 woman in hos­pi­tal­ity this year by CODE hos­pi­tal­ity.

Well off-the-beaten-track, nes­tled in a sleepy vil­lage in the tran­quil and beau­ti­ful Camel Val­ley, yet within easy reach of both Bod­min Moor and Corn­wall’s rugged north coast, chef-pa­tron Emily has worked hard to cre­ate a fab­u­lous lit­tle foodie inn that draws dis­cern­ing din­ers from far and wide. The St Tudy

Inn is firmly on Corn­wall’s culi­nary map, thanks to her rus­tic sea­sonal menus that cham­pion lo­cal and re­gional sup­pli­ers, and the el­e­gant, un­der­stated rooms, added in 2017, are def­i­nitely the ic­ing on the cake – it’s now a food lover’s par­adise, the per­fect des­ti­na­tion inn. What’s more, it’s still a pub, with a warm wel­come and a proper bar for lo­cals to en­joy a pint of St Tudy Ale by the fire. Else­where, the three cosy din­ing ar­eas have a cool, min­i­mal­ist feel with soft hues and black-and-white prints on the walls, slate or wood floors, old set­tles and benches at mix and match pine ta­bles, a warm­ing wood-burn­ing stove in the open fire­place, fresh flow­ers from the gar­den, and sim­ple white plates, glass­ware and li­nen nap­kins. It’s all very el­e­gant and stylish, yet a re­lax­ing and calm­ing place in which to savour some fan­tas­tic food.

You can en­ter on­line at in­­wal­lLife. Terms & Con­di­tions ap­ply and are de­tailed on the Inn Places web­site. En­tries close mid­night Sun­day 30 Novem­ber 2018.

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