Welcome to The Prince of Wales, a beautiful 16th Century Cornish country pub on the Lizard Peninsula which has been lovingly restored with a wonderful welcoming log fire to keep you warm whilst eating or drinking with us on colder days or try  eating and drinking in our lovely garden in the summer.

We are very excited to announce that our new Head Chef is award winning Tom Moore. Tom is passionate about food and he “cooks modern British cuisine at it’s best”.  The last restaurant that he ran was voted fifth out of the best fifty places to eat in Cornwall in the summer of 2017 and he is aiming to better that in 2018. He uses the finest fresh Cornish produce from nearby farms and fishing ports that he can find to produce great food, which he will be freshly preparing in our kitchens daily. Your meal can be accompanied by our fine selection of wines and Cornish Ales and Lagers or you can try some of the local Helford Creek lemonade or elderflower. If you have a special dietary requirement we can usually accomodate it if you let us know when booking a table.



Opening Times for December:


Food served
Monday and Tuesday
Closed lunchtime                        6.00 – 8.00
Wednesday  – Saturday
12.00 – 2.00                                 6.00 – 9.00
12.00 – 2.00                                 6.00 – 8.00
Bar Opening Hours
Monday and Tuesday
Closed lunchtime                        4.30 – Close
Wednesday – Sunday
12.00 – 2.00                                4.30 – Close
 We are closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day but will be open on Monday 1st January at lunchtime and in the evening
We also welcome guests to stay in our beautiful Bed and Breakfast rooms. Look on our rooms page for details. In addition we have a flat grass campsite attached with a toilet block offering free hot showers which is open from Easter to the end of October (weather permitting) Electric hook ups are available. Full details on our camping page.
The Prince of Wales also caters for parties including weddings, christenings, special birthdays and wakes. Larger Wedding Receptions in our marquee and gardens – smaller gatherings within our restaurant or bar – Contact us for details but we find the easiest way is to telephone us and ask to either speak to or arrange to see Anne,  you can tell her what you are looking for and what your budget is and she can then give you some ideas as to what we can provide
We welcome Dogs in the Bar and Gardens on leads.