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Our favourite restaurants with benefits

We’ve launched our very own Taste of Truro break but instead of a set package with set places to dine each evening we’ve partnered with the best eateries in Truro so that you have the choice of where you dine and you’ll receive a little treat from each one as a special Merchant House guest reward!

This means you can stay for a night or three nights, it’s up to you how long you stay with us and where you choose to dine!

To introduce you to our partnered restaurants we’ve put together a bit of info about each one:


Of course, we had to include our sister restaurant, Mannings. Not just included because we love them, Mannings have an incredible reputation for their dining and have just been awarded a much-deserved Rosette, hoorah! Their new menu is truly special with sumptuous steaks, curries, salads and their unique Bento Boxes.

The Falmouth Bay Seafood Café

The Falmouth Bay Seafood Café specialise in delicious seafood! Winner of lots of foodie awards, expect Bollinger to sip, fresh sumptuous seafood favourites to taste and dogs are welcome at lunch times too, even better! Find out more about the Falmouth Bay Seafood Café in our blog post with Marketing Manager Charlotte.

Kathmandu Palace

In the heart of Truro, the Kathmandu Palace is a well known restaurant specialising in Indian and Nepalese cuisine. An award winning family owned restaurant, you’ll find a sensation of flavours and a friendly team too! 

The best bit about visiting these restaurants is you’ll receive a special Merchant House Guest VIP treat, whether it be a discount on your meal or a complimentary glass of wine, let us know when you check in and we’ll provide you with your special meal vouchers!  We’ve tried and tasted for you so you know you’ll be enjoying food in the best places in the city, and that’s why we named it the Taste of Truro break! Bon Appetit!






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