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About us

Striking and seductive, Lewinnick Lodge hovers on the edge of Pentire Headland.

Neighboured by little more than the invigorating sea air and captivating Atlantic views. Approached down a winding lane, guests feel as if they’re stumbling upon an undiscovered hideaway amongst the craggy cliffs.

A world away from Newquay, yet just a short stroll to Fistral Beach, as locations go it doesn’t get much better than this. A real hidden gem on the North Cornwall coast, Lewinnick Lodge boasts a stylish bar and brasserie that’s long been a favourite with locals and those in the know.

The addition of our designer bedrooms have transformed this chic secret spot into Newquay’s first boutique hotel, brimming with understated elegance and cool allure.

Our team

We aim to provide the very best customer service and dining experience but know that we couldn’t do that without a skilled and motivated team. We’re proud of what they achieve and so like to hero them, with thanks here:

Who is who



Phil is a hospitality veteran, he has previously worked as Restaurant Manager in the Brasserie and Living Space at the Watergate Bay Hotel and also at The St Moritz hotel in Rock. Phil is in charge of the day to day running of the Lodge.


Nat began her cooking career at 23 after 8 years of working both as waitress and a restaurant manager. However, with 3 strong mentors in the early days she picked up skills and techniques very quickly which has skyrocketed her career in the culinary world. After only 18 months she held her first Head Chef position in West Yorkshire and this is where her culinary adventure began.

In 2012 she took part in BBC’s MasterChef: The professionals, whilst she didn’t win she got to the third round and was able to cook for one of her food heroes Michel Roux Jr. After a few more years up North she then decided to spread her wings and head to the South West to follow her dream of living by the sea in Cornwall.

Now she is excelling as our Executive Chef overseeing both Lewinnick Lodge and The Plume of Feathers. For more information, you can take a look at her website or follow her on social media.


Rachel Ogden
Nik Fenwick
Damien McGrath


Cherie O’Neill


Claire Stent


Richard Lenihan

We’re hiring!

Working with us

We are always looking for enthusiastic and passionate people who are interested in a career in hospitality or just require part time/seasonal work. Please send your CV and covering letter saying why you fit the bill to restaurant@hospitalitycornwall.com

please send chef applications to headchef@hospitalitycornwall.com



We currently have the following vacancies available:


  • Sous Chef
  • Chefs of all levels
  • Front of House Staff
  • Competitive rates and staff perks in a beautiful location with a fantastic team!
Apply now

Sustainability Policy - 2019

We have recently updated our sustainability policy. With our addition of a biomass boiler system, our carbon footprint is better than ever and we are currently saving 54.1 tonnes of co2 per year.


Cornish Wildlife Trust:

We are proud to be Business Members of Cornwall Wildlife Trust. As Cornwall’s leading local wildlife charity, the Trust carries out vitally important conservation and educational work throughout the county. Our support helps the Trust manage 57 nature reserves, providing refuge for nationally rare and endangered species. Cornwall Wildlife Trust runs a number of conservation projects across the county on land and in our seas. We are very happy to help raise much needed funds for the Trust so it can continue to protect Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places, now and for the future.

For more details see: www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk


Clean Cornwall - Turn on The Tap:

We have just signed up for Clean Cornwall’s Turn on The Tap initiative to stop the over use of plastic bottles and plastic waste in Cornwall. So if you get a little parched on your walk around the headland and need your water bottle filled please stop in and we will be happy to assist you.

For more details see: www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk



The use of biomass in heating systems is beneficial because it uses agricultural, forest, urban and industrial residues and waste to produce heat and electricity with less effect on the environment than fossil fuels. This type of energy production has a limited long-term effect on the environment because the carbon in biomass is part of the natural carbon cycle; while the carbon in fossil fuels is not and permanently adds carbon to the environment when burned for fuel (carbon footprint). Historically, before the use of fossil fuels in significant quantities, biomass in the form of wood fuel provided most of humanity’s heating.

Awards & achievements

We are delighted to display our recent awards and achievements…


We have just become a ‘destination charging’ point with Tesla for electronic cars to charge up.

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