At our stunning cliff top development in Newquay, Cliff Edge, each apartment came with it’s very own coffee table lifestyle magazine. Designed and developed by Absolute, our sister company and all round amazing creative studio, these magazines promote the very best in coastal living – A little something we like to call Cornish Life + Style.

Over the coming weeks we will be posting features and articles from this magazine. Below is the first – Hang 10: Cornwall – Where to be and be seen…

1 | The Pig @ Harlyn

Stephens and Stephens Developers Cornwall Hang 10 - The Pig Harlyn Bay

The Pig @ Harlyn


One of Cornwall’s most historic houses dating back to the 15th century, THE PIG at Harlyn Bay has far-reaching sea views, oodles of quirks and character and stacks of original features. The boutique hotel has unique and characterful bedrooms in the Main House with views out across the headland and Harlyn Bay or the gardens, whilst the restaurant has an obsessive commitment to home grown produce and a serious love of all-things local. 



Location: Harlyn Bay 

Distance from Cliff Edge: 17 miles 


2 | The Fish House

Stephens and Stephens Developers Cornwall Hang 10 - The Fish House Fistral Beach Newquay

Fistral Fish House


Paul Harwood’s Fish House is located on Fistral Beach, a stone’s throw away from the sea in Newquay. During the National Tourism Award for the past two years, the restaurant has won the Gold Award for ‘Best Restaurant in Cornwall’ and Silver Award for the ‘Best Restaurant in the South West’. The food in this award-winning restaurant comes straight from the sea, using locally caught fish and shell fish straight from Newquay Harbour. 



Location: Fistral Beach 

Distance from Cliff Edge: 2 miles 


3 | Lewinnick Lodge

Stephens and Stephens Developers Cornwall Hang 10 - Lewinnick Lodge Pentire Newquay

Lewinnick Lodge


Escape to the edge of the Atlantic by visiting the Lewinnick Lodge on the edge of Pentire, in Newquay. This is the ultimate place to soak up sea views and sip fine world wines and locally brewed ales as you allow yourself to be mesmerised by the captivating coastal views. The cliff-top restaurant and outside terrace sports spectacular ocean panoramas or headland views. 



Location: Pentire Headland 

Distance from Cliff Edge: 2 miles 


4 | St Moritz Hotel

Stephens and Stephens Developers Cornwall Hang 10 - St Moritz Hotel Rock

© Paul Kirkby


St Moritz Hotel & Cowshed spa nestle alongside Cornwall’s captivating coastline, between the beautiful beach resort of Polzeath and connected to the foodie paradise of Rock. The hotel’s innovative collection of luxury rooms, suites, and self-catering apartments and villas are all architecturally spaced, and purposefully designed to provide the most stylish safety for all visitors. 



Location: Wadebridge 

Distance from Cliff Edge: 16 miles 


5 | The Colonial

Stephens and Stephens Developers Cornwall Hang 10 - The Colonial Tolcarne Beach Newquay

The Colonial


Nestled on the golden shores of Tolcarne Beach, Newquay, The Colonial restaurant mixes spectacular views with sophisticated dining. Indulge in a beach-side breakfast, soak up the sights over a lazy lunch or make an evening reservation to enjoy breathtaking sunsets, complete with cocktail in hand. 



Location: Tolcarne Beach 

Distance from Cliff Edge: 300 metres 


6 | Paul Ainsworth at No.6

Stephens and Stephens Developers Cornwall Hang 10 - Paul Ainsworth at Number 6 Padstow

Paul Ainsworth at No. 6


The famous Michelin Star restaurant is located in a beautiful Georgian townhouse in the heart of Padstow, serving modern British food with a focus on locally sourced Cornish produce. Open Tuesday to Saturday for lunch and dinner but a reservation is an absolute must due to the popularity. 



Location: Padstow 

Distance from Cliff Edge: 17 miles 


7 | Rick Steins

Stephens and Stephens Developers Cornwall Hang 10 - Rick Steins Padstow

© James Ram


The Seafood Restaurant in Padstow, opened in 1975, is Rick Stein’s flagship restaurant which serves absolute seafood classics including lobster thermidor, Singapore chilli crab and turbot hollandaise. Since the 70s, Rick has opened several eateries around Cornwall, including at the famous Fistral Beach in Newquay. 



Location: Padstow 

Distance from Cliff Edge: 17 miles 


8 | Cove 24

Stephens and Stephens Developers Cornwall Hang 10 - Cove 24 Newquay

© Sam Ellis


Wherever you sit at Cove24, every aspect has been thought through. From what you can touch, see, taste, smell and experience. Sumptuous chairs and private low-lit booths provide somewhere you can linger over morning coffee, meet for a tasty lunch, or dress up for a sophisticated dinner. 



Location: Newquay 

Distance from Cliff Edge: 1 mile 


9 | The Longstore

Stephens and Stephens Developers Cornwall Hang 10 - The Longtore Charlestown

The Longstore


Overlooking the picturesque harbour in Charlestown on the south coast of Cornwall, The Longstore is an award-winning steak and seafood restaurant with an impeccable reputation. Beautiful oyster-shell chandeliers hang from the ceiling, walls adorned with exposed brick work and an open kitchen creates an unforgettably relaxed, yet stylish, experience. 



Location: Charlestown 

Distance from Cliff Edge: 18 miles 


Hang 10 Spotlight – The Star & Garter

Stephens and Stephens Developers Cornwall Hang 10 - Star and Garter Falmouth

Star and Garter

The maritime outpost of Falmouth continues to win over new fans with its spirit-of-the-sea infused charms. And on the town’s quirky high street is the Star & Garter, one of the destination’s oldest pubs, constantly delighting travellers and locals alike with its fresh concepts and contemporary, yet super comfortable, surrounds. 

The Star & Garter’s acclaim is all down to the efforts of thirtysomethings Elliot and Becca Thompson. When Elliot and Becca reopened the doors of the legendary establishment, which has stood since 1892, their plan was to turn the dated drinking den into one of the West Country’s premier gastropub destinations. They have most certainly succeeded. The Star & Garter is now loved by locals and visitors and has been lauded by fellow chefs and critics alike. 

Interior design by multiple award-winning agency Absolute, the quirky décor mixes satisfying dark hues across tongue-and-groove with textural tiles with luxurious leather and velvets alongside a wood-burner and vintage pictures sporting Falmouth scenes from by-gone days. 

The restaurant has a swathe of accolades and awards including ‘Best Foodie Pub in the South West’ and runner-up for Best Sunday Roast in the Observer Food Monthly Awards, and an ongoing listing in the Good Food Guide. Founder and owner Elliot Thompson has taken the helm in the basement which serves as the pub’s ever-bustling kitchen. Elliot’s quest for perfection never ends and he remains determined to ensure the pub stays forever on top of its game, using only the best local produce to produce big, bold, flavours, inspired by countries spanning the Mediterranean. 

With a nose-to-tail philosophy underpinning his ethos and a woodfired oven at the heart of the kitchen, Elliot’s passion lies in a back-to-basics approach that produces sumptuous dishes with nods to the likes of France and Italy to the west and Greece and Lebanon to the east. 

‘Food is at its best when it’s not mucked around with and when you’ve got produce as incredible as we have in Cornwall, it’s hard to go wrong’ said Elliot. ‘Simplicity is at the heart of Mediterranean cooking and, done well, can lead to stunning results. We want to capture that spirit at the Star.’ 



Location: Falmouth

Distance from Cliff Edge: 24 miles