Posted 23 April 2014
Porthcurnick Beach in Portscatho was severely damaged and affected during the storms over the winter months, but the beach and its café have now been reopened to the public.
One of the worst storms on record hit the UK this past winter and Porthcurnick Beach was severely damaged as a result. The Hidden Hut beach café, which is located by Porthcurnick, was also affected and has been closed since the turn of the year.
Some of the damage from the storms include the staircase from the café to the beach being destroyed as well as a number of bits of debris having to be removed.
The café, though, has this month been reopened after the hut underwent repairs and to celebrate it is offering a number of feast nights throughout 2014. So if you are staying in one of the best South Cornwall holiday cottages and are looking for dinner with a difference then take a look at the Hidden Hut beach café’s feast dates.
No matter whether you are heading on a late Easter holiday or are staying in one of the nearby luxury Roseland holiday homes for a weekend break, the Hidden Hut on Porthcurnick Beach has a range of special offers on meals to celebrate its reopening.
On Friday 25th April there will be a Paella picnic for just £10, which will give diners the option of tucking into some fresh, local shellfish, monkfish and pollock, free-range chicken and chorizo or minted spring vegetables and feta.
The feasts don’t stop there as holidaymakers and locals will be able to take advantage of more feasts throughout 2014.
In May, feasts will be on sale from Monday 28th April, June feasts will be on sale from 26th May, July feasts from 23rdJune, August feasts from 28th July and September feasts from 25th August.
To find out more about the feast deals check out the Hidden Hut website.
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