My Favourite Cafes in Cornwall

Lovedays Cafe Charlestown Cornwall

Lovedays Cafe Charlestown Cornwall

There are no shortage of aesthetically pleasing cafes and restaurants in Cornwall in fact I think we’re spoiled for choice down here. Working from home means I tend to spend a lot of time quite isolated and in my own space which can often feel suffocating. So one thing I enjoy doing is taking time out to go to cafes either to meet people or to work from as it gives that much-needed change of scenery and I find I’m quite productive working remotely. It is safe to say I have visited more cafes than I dare admit and when I find one that not only looks amazing but the food and service are on par too I have to tell the world about it & that is how I feel about Loveday’s in Charlestown.

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Lovedays Coffee Shop Charlestown

Loveday’s is a fairly new addition to my local village, there has always been a restaurant there for many years (which wasn’t the nicest) but this year it changed hands and there was so much buzz about the renovation which made me very excited. Although it has taken me a few months to actually visit, it was well worth the wait.

My husband & I are Vegan so we often struggle to find anything on the menu that we can order without having ingredients changed and are often left disappointed that the choice is very limited, so when we saw that Lovedays had a wide selection of Vegan & Gluten Free options we were beyond thrilled.

Lovedays Cafe Charlestown

We have both had the Acai Bowl and Homemade Baked Beans on Toast and on every occasion the food has been delicious. Very well presented and the service was fast and so friendly. The waitress was enthusiastic about the menu and knew what options were suitable for Vegans so that put our minds at rest (always have to check those ingredients). They also have milk alternatives so that is good news for us plant-based tea & coffee drinkers.

I like it when everything from the furniture to the crockery has been well thought out and Lovedays felt like it had such attention to detail. The atmosphere was very relaxed and welcoming, they also have a few different seating options so if you want to eat a table or read the paper on the huge sofas they have you covered.

Breakfast at Lovedays Cafe in Cornwall

Favourite Cafes in Cornwall

The lunch and evening meal options also sound really appetising and I am planning on visiting soon to try it out as I hear it is a great place for drinks in the evening. Oh & it is dog friendly so dogs are welcome inside until 5pm too which is so cute.

My Favourite Cafes in Cornwall

I’m already a regular and have started a Saturday morning Acai Bowl Club with my friends so that makes me one very happy lady. So if you’re ever in my neck of the woods in Charlestown, Cornwall then make sure you pay Loveday’s a visit and let me know how you find it.

6 thoughts on “My Favourite Cafes in Cornwall

  1. this looks a lovely place to eat, and yes fab crockery. A nice atmosphere and good food always draw you back. May check it out one day when we next visit the Cornish coast!
    H x

    1. I love watching the world go by in a cafe & this is one of my faves. The decor is beautiful & I could 100% move in.

  2. Aaaaa Vicki! I can’t tell you how excited I am to have read your lovely post! I am going to Cornwall soon, not too far from Charlestown too, and I am also vegan so am on the hunt for any vegan places to eat! I am definitely going to try and get to Loveday’s as it sounds amazing. Would you mind me asking Vicki, are there any other lovely places to explore in Charlestown? I would love to explore there for the day 😊 Xx

    1. Charlestown is quite small but it isn’t short of cafes. Short & Strong Cafe is a nice spot to have a drink & enjoy the harbour. Also a walk along the coastal path to Carlyon Bay and back round to Charlestown will work up an appetite & an excuse to have a slice of cake. The Shipwreck Museum although it looks dated it is quite fun and it gives a nice history of the area (always good to have something to do indoors if the weather isn’t great). If you are heading out of the area I also recommend Strong Adolfo’s on the Atlantic Highway (near Wadebridge). Great coffee, Vegan options & a couple of stunning interior shops. If you are in the Newquay area I recommend stopping at Porth Beach to get a coffee from Laid Back Coffee and a look around Roos Beach Shop which is next door Oh & Porth Beach is so clean with golden sands and One last suggestion is The Sorting Office in St Agnes – again beautiful decor, friendly welcome and they do the most delicious Vegan treats. Let me know if you’d like anymore suggestions.

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