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St Mawes Kayaks & Lunch

Get on the water and enjoy the stunning scenery of St Mawes and have a spot of lunch.



Plan your day...

  1. Head to St Mawes Kayaks - 10 mins
  2. Explore the river - 2 hours
  3. Dry off and stroll - 20 mins
  4. Lunch - 1 hour
  5. Head for home - 10 mins

Total day out: 3-4 hours

Top Tips

For a perfect day...

  • Take a towel and change of clothes in case you get wet!
  • Grab a guidebook from our ticket office on the quay.

St Mawes Kayaks

Lunch in St Mawes

Kayaking in St Mawes & Lunch

Get out on the river for a real adventure!


Starting off from St Mawes you can kayak around the river and explore some hidden corners of beauty.

Once you've kayaked, there are some great places in St Mawes to fuel up on culinary delights!

1. St Mawes Kayaks

Head down to St Mawes Kayaks and let your adventures begin!


St Mawes Kayaks have everything you need for a great day out on the water.

Bouyancy aids, paddles, kayaks, dry bags and a demonstration are included! So even the novice kayaker amongst you will enjoy a day on the water.

St Mawes Kayaks

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2. Dry off with a stroll

After all the paddling fun, you'll probably have a wet bottom!


We recommend taking a spare pair of shorts with you at the very least.

You can get wet kayaking from splash, so once you're back on dry land, dry off and walk around St Mawes finding somewhere to eat!

St Mawes

3. Grab a spot of lunch

St Mawes is jam packed with great places for a bite to eat!


From the fantastic cakes at cafe chandlers and the delicious quiches at cafe Roseland, or the tasty fish and chips at the St Mawes Hotel, St Mawes is full of culinary delights!

St Mawes also has the Hotel Tresanton which is open for light lunches and cream teas! If that's not enough choice, there is also the fresh local ingredients used at the Watch House which are masterfully cooked by chef Will Gould.

Watch House | Cafe Roseland | Cafe Chandlers | Hotel Tresanton | St Mawes Hotel

Grab a Guide Book...

St Mawes Kayaks...

Food & Drink...

Did you enjoy your day?