Set in ten splendid acres of woodland and gardens, and nestled in an idyllic private valley, is the 500-year-old former tin mining captain’s residence, which is now the picturesque Rose in Vale. On the outskirts of Truro, with beautiful gardens, leafy lanes and a stream running through the grounds, the stunning Rose in Vale is the perfect place for a relaxed, memorable dining experience.
Run by chef Tom Bennetts, the two-AA-rosette-awarded restaurant offers fine dining in the evening, focusing on a classic and refined British cuisine. Using the best local ingredients, seasonal menus feature fresh fish sourced directly from Cornwall’s Atlantic fisheries, and game from nearby woodlands. Some of the ingredients used are foraged from the hotel’s own land and the surrounding countryside. Anticipate expertly presented dishes of, for example, turbot, lobster, pigeon, sea bass and megrim sole. If you are vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free, just let the team know your requirements. Whatever you choose, you’re sure to find the perfect drink to accompany your dish. With over 100 cocktails and an extensive wine list to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice. A brasserie menu featuring homemade burgers, fish and chips, antipasti and other favourites is available from May to September. Beautifully crafted afternoon teas and cream teas are among the Rose in Vale’s specialities, along with events including bespoke tasting menus and private dining, all available upon request.
Open for dinner seven days a week. Sample menus are available on the website.