opening times


10 - 4pm
10 - 4pm
10 - 4pm
10 - 4pm
10 - late
10 - late
10 - 4pm

we occasionally open late for events during the week
see 'whats on' for more details

where are we

miss peapod's cafe is at Jubilee Wharf in Penryn, on Commercial Road underneath the wind turbines

Jubilee Wharf,
Penryn, Cornwall
01326 374424


The Guardian - They like us. We are in their 'South Cornwall best budget eats' top 10.

Jubilee Wharf - Home to Miss Peapod's, Jumblies Nursery, the ZedShed public hall and 12 studio workshops

Peapod Sessions website - Photos, video and live recordings from the sessions.

Fat Hen - Wild food foraging, cooking & feasting weekend courses set in West Cornwall.

Eat Out Cornwall - They have great 360 degree views of the cafe

Monkey-do - Enjoyable and safe tree climbing for all ages

Bosky Trees - They provide arboricultural and ecological services to commercial and private clients

Lookaround Cornwall - Cornwall like you've never seen it before using interactive 360 degree panoramas!

Cool places guide - They recommend us! New local travel guide for your iPhone. - A great collection of self catering holiday cottages in Cornwall.

Cornwall Cottages - From rural retreats to beachside hideaways, we have holiday cottages on the South Coast of Cornwall you will fall in love with from Classic Cottages.


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Saturday, March 7
Ma Polaine's Great Decline plus Gareth Lee & Annie Baylis

Taking inspiration from the 1940's jazz of Billie, the blues grit of the Wolf, and the genre sidestepping of Waits, Ma Polaine's Great Decline create their own style of broken-down roots music; from painfully sparse bitter-sweet love songs, to fearsome tales of revenge, alongside country-soul ballads and infectious vaudevillian tango.

The concept behind the band was not predetermined, the songs are written without a requirement to stay within the boundaries of a particular genre, the lyrics cover veiled tales of love, the joys & pains of the music world, and are told with melodic invention and an emotive vocal.

Beth and Clinton performed the early gigs as a duo, placing an emphasis on writing and instinctively developing a distinctive sound for the band.

Gareth Lee & Annie Baylis are an up and coming acoustic folk duo from the South of Cornwall; they have been performing together for about 18 months and have been winning acclaim from both local and national sources including Folk Radio and Radio 2 Folk Award winners Lau.

Door £6

8:00 PM

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