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The Plume of Feathers, Mitchell

Lewinnick Lodge, Newquay

Mor (sea)

Tir (land)

How to find us

Two venues, two locations, both Cornwall

Tir & Mor are the Cornish terms for Land & Sea. Together, these words form a fitting name for the family team that has worked to craft some of the county’s key hospitality destinations. Connecting land & sea in their everyday toil, this family builds fitting backdrops and then seeks out and provides the highest of localised quality experiences. 

Nestled among the craggy rocks of Pentire Headland in Newquay, you’ll discover Lewinnick Lodge. Located on the South West Coast Path, it’s as much loved by walkers as it is for those celebrating a special occasion.

On the Contrary, The Plume of Feathers is located in Mitchell, just outside of Truro. The main road through Mitchell used to be the A30, so the village is a hive of historic buildings and stories. Now the A30 runs alongside the village, making the pub a perfect stop off for food and overnight stays for those visiting Cornwall.