Three Course Pub Meal For Two (£32.99) or Four (£59) With Coffee at The Coach House Inn (Up to 61% Off)
- Traditional, 17th century Cornish pub and restaurant
- Within the 4* Enjoy England, Juliots Well Holiday Park
- Camelford location
- Starter, palate cleanser, main, and dessert each
- Starters include: grilled goats’ cheese salad
- Palate cleanser of orange sorbet
- Fish pie and rib-eye steak among the mains
- Desserts include cheese board
- Coffee with syrup each
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 24 hour cancellation policy. Valid Mon to Sat, 5pm-9pm. Price based on most expensive options. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 2 May 2012 at 3.50pm.
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The early bird not only catches the worm, but also has time to prepare the spices and marinade it before lunchtime. Get grubbed up with today's Groupon from The Coach House Inn. Choose from the following options:• £32.99 for a three course pub meal for two with coffee (Up to 56% off)
• £59 for a three course pub meal for four with coffee (Up to 61% off)
Traditional Cornish charm exudes from the exposed brick frontage of this pub and restaurant, where patrons can discover a host of piping-hot pub grub and chilled tap beers. The pub’s charming rural surrounds are reflected in an interior of exposed beams and white-washed walls, while the restaurant’s views provide indulgent glimpses of rural Cornwall. The Coach House is not alone, sharing its prettified patch with the 4* Enjoy England, Juliots Well Holiday Park.
Three courses of traditional fare can get off to a fragrant start with smoked duck breast served with onion marmalade (£6.75), or perhaps a steaming bowl of moules marniere with crusty bread (£5.25). Palates will then be cleansed with a dollop of orange sorbet (£4.50), before moving onto main courses such as lasagne with chips and garlic bread (£8.95), and rib-eye steak with all the trimmings (£16.95). Sweet teeth can be appeased with desserts such as cheesecake (£4.25), with every meal being rounded off by a cup of coffee with syrup is desired (£2.50).
Smoked duck breast served with onion marmalade (£6.75)
Soup of the day with a bread roll (£3.50)
Grilled goats’ cheese salad (£4.50)
Moules marniere with crusty bread (£5.25)
Orange sorbet (£4.50)
Rib-eye steak with all the trimmings (£16.95)
Sirloin steak with all the trimmings (£14.95)
Rump steak with all the trimmings (£12.95)
Lasagne with chips and garlic bread (£8.95)
Vegetable lasagne with chips and garlic bread (£8.95)
Fish pie with salad or vegetables (£8.95)
Wild mushroom stroganoff with garlic bread (£9.50)
Pie of the day with new potatoes and vegetables (£8.50)
Curry of the day with naan bread (£7.50)
Vegetable curry with naan bread (£7.50)
Coffee with syrup (£2.50)
While The Coach Inn itself is yet to be widely reviewed, some of the reviews that awarded an overall score of 4/5 to Juliot’s Well Holiday Park on TripAdvisor comment on the restaurant. Though some opinions have varied on the decor, diners have generally been keen to praise the quality of the service and food on offer.
The food in the coach house was brillaint [sic] big portions and very tasty especially the Sunday lunch.
– smudge83, TripAdvisor, Nov 2011
Generally the site is beautifully maintained, the staff are fabulous- the best thing about the whole place, I love the area and the restaurant is really very good, aesthetically and food wise.
– HelsyBaby, TripAdvisor, May 2010