I ate lunch here while walking on St Agnes and wanted to leave a review because it was a wonderful experience. The cafe is part of the guest house, and we sat in the garden enjoying the sea views. The menu is simple, but I had a lovely sweet potato and feta cheese salad. I was impressed with their choice of leaf tea and being a green tea addict I was able to indulge in a real pot of tea! The lunch was accompanied by a young thrush which hopped around beneath our feet while we ate, quite lovely and an unexpected pleasure.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Covean Cottage is a delightful Guest House, with an English Tourism Council rating of 3 Diamonds. Expect a warm welcome from the new owners for winter 2012, Rosie and Zain. All the rooms are freshly decorated, the gardens restored, and the breakfasts using as many local ingredients as possible. Covean is situated in a wonderfully quiet spot. Perfectly placed for boating trips from the quay and beautiful walks around the island of St. Agnes.We are only metres from the secluded Covean Beach and the stunning sandy bar leading to the island of Gugh. ... more less