We have a range of options for food and drink at Mena. Our well-stocked shop has a wide range of camping necessities, wine and local beers on-sale, and fresh produce is available during the Summer months. In addition, we have partnered with a number of local, visiting, pop-up food and drink stalls to bring you even more yummy treats…
We love Summer and can’t wait to welcome the Alfresco Lounge back to Mena Farm, serving freshly made cocktails from Dotty the Caravan. Think long Summer evenings relaxing with a Long Island Iced Tea, or a Mojito or two…or three! Dotty and Anna, her owner, will be at Mena every Thursday and Saturday throughout the Summer. Anna’s daughter Freya also serves yummy dessert waffles, the perfect post-pizza treat. Cash payments only.
Rich and the Dub Cafe will be here every Tuesday and Friday morning from early July to make you lovely, hot drinks, and to serve you fresh croissants from his mobile barista van. By very popular demand, he has now added Thursday to his Mena visits. Rich also serves the best hot chocolate in Cornwall – the perfect breakfast treat! See here for more information. Cash payments only.
In partnership with the award-winning Welcome Stranger Fish and Chip Restaurant in Lanivet, we offer our campers a year-round free delivery of fish and chips to their pitch on Mondays and Fridays. Just place your orders with reception by 5pm, and we’ll bring them directly to your pitch. There is more than just fish and chips on the menu, and both vegan and gluten free options are available. There is also a sit-in, licensed restaurant. Cash payments only paid in advance at reception.
We’re incredibly lucky to have an award-winning pub right on our doorstep. We highly recommend the Lanivet Inn which offers great food and surroundings. They’re very busy all year round so booking ahead is essential. In the era of Covid – the Lanivet Inn now also offer a takeaway service, plus a delivery service Thursday to Sundays. Just ask at reception for their menu and give them a call! It’s an easy drive to the Kings Arms in Luxulyan, and the 12th-Century Crown Inn in Lanlivery is also a favourite. Doggies are welcome in all these pubs, although may restrict access to dining areas.