The Plume of Feathers, Cornwall

The Plume of Feathers, Mitchell, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5AX

Nestled within the heart of the Cornish countryside, The Plume of Feathers is a 16th century coaching inn with stylish influences of the 21st century.

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  • Spacious Family Bedrooms
  • Incredible Food
  • Free-standing Baths
The Plume Of Feathers Overview
  • 20 Bedrooms
  • Children Welcome
  • Free-Standing Baths
  • Dog Friendly Rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Village Setting
  • 15 Minute Drive To The Beach

Exposed stone-work, original beamed ceilings and a wood-burning stove create the welcoming ambience of this enchanting 16th century inn.

Hidden within the peaceful village setting of Mitchell, The Plume Of Feathers in Cornwall is a traditional country pub with a proud Cornish heritage. Once a historic coaching inn, this family-owned pub has beautifully flourished into the 21st century with designer furnishings and luxurious fabrics in each of the bedrooms and restaurant, whilst also maintaining its historic charm.

Each of the 20 boutique bedrooms at this fabulous countryside inn boasts sleek, country-chic interiors and modern en-suites within the original, luxuriously converted barns, stables and hen houses. Some of these gorgeous bedrooms also come equipped with sumptuous free-standing baths, monsoon showers & dog-friendly facilities.

Perfect for foodies – escape to the Cornish countryside and the pretty village of Mitchell and experience the tantalising food at The Plume Of Feathers; expertly crafted by the talented Head Chef, Andrew Dudley. From tasty light bites to mouth-watering Sunday roasts, The Plume of Feathers sources local produce and ingredients to creatively craft their delicious dishes.

Whilst in the care of the delightful and expertly skilled team at this gorgeous country pub, your experience at The Plume of Feathers will be unforgettably unmatched; demonstrating the finest and most dedicated customer service.


Take a look at the incredible facilities at The Plume of Feathers, from the mouth-watering menus and dog-friendly facilities to the incredible Cornwall countryside surrounding this gorgeous inn.

Food and Drink

Taking pride in their gorgeous location, the talented Head Chef Andrew Dudley and his team at The Plume of Feathers have crafted inspiring menus, signature dishes and a daily-changing specials board. These mouth-watering meals are also created with the finest, locally sourced free-range poultry, line-caught seafood – with vegan and vegetarian menus also available.

Tuck into their delicious homemade short-crust pies and Doom Bar-battered fish and chips, or perhaps choose a childhood favourite such as the arctic roll. Whether you fancy a light bite or a full Sunday lunch, The Plume of Feathers’ fabulous menus will suggest the perfect dish for you.

Weddings & Exclusive Use

Celebrate your special day at this gorgeous 16th century inn. Whether it’s your birthday celebration, exciting wedding day or business lunches; The Plume of Feathers’ professional team will provide you with an extensive array of facilities, plenty of assistance throughout your stay, bespoke catering for up to 60 guests and 20 stylish bedrooms for overnight accommodation.

Dog Friendly

Hosting a variety of dog-friendly bedrooms at The Plume of Feathers, why not escape to Cornwall with your four-legged friend? This fabulous countryside inn will provide everything your dog may need, from food bowls to beds, and an abundance of tranquil walking trails around the village for you to also explore.

Things To Do

Set within the proud Cornish countryside and home to dramatic landscapes and seaside havens, The Plume of Feathers in Cornwall is ideally located within the centre of this rugged peninsula.

Why not visit some of the popular tourist destinations during your stay? Newquay, St Ives and Penzance are some of the most popular harbour towns in Cornwall and host some of the tastiest seafood restaurants in the UK.

If you’re looking for inspiration for an exciting day out, Cornwall has some of the most picturesque points of interest. From the Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Heligan to The Minack Theatre and Tintagel Castle, there’s an abundance of beautiful places to visit. However, if you’re simply looking for somewhere to soak in the summer rays, Fistral Beach is perfect for surfing and relaxing alike, boasting a yellow-sand beach and tasty restaurants nearby.

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