During the spectacular Golant carnival we're offering the chance to enjoy the carnival and then stay in the village for an evening of fine dining.
We've got tables available in our restaurant on the evening of the Carnival, which means we're able to give you the chance to really make a day of your trip to Golant.
The Carnival takes place in the village on August 16 and we're offering a three course dinner for just £28 per person that evening, with £3 of that fee going to the Golant carnival fund.
So we're offering people the chance to enjoy the carnival before walking the short distance to The Cormorant for an aperitif on our terrace, overlooking the stunning Fowey River, before feasting on a delicious specially designed carnival menu in our rosette winning restaurant.
But we're not content to simply offer people one chance to dine in our restaurant and enjoy the stunning views we're lucky enough to have from our windows.
We've decided to offer two more similar opportunities for you to enjoy the cooking skills of our head chef Dane Watkins, who was trained by two separate Michelin star winning chefs.
On Wednesday, August 20, we want to showcase Dane's skills by offering a six course tasting menu for just £35 per person, again with a £3 donation going to the Golant Carnival fund.
The following day we're putting on a Tapas evening, with three delicious dishes on offer for just £10.
So why not take advantage of our Carnival special offer, or simply seize one of the other two chances to sample award winning food at special rates?
To whet your whistle here's a sneak peek at some of the fantastic dishes on Dane's Carnival dinner menu:
Chef's soup of the day; Celeriac Veloute, with roasted walnuts and truffle oil
Terrine of confit chicken and butternut squash, with a chicken oyster noisette, celeriac remoulade and a butternut squash puree
Baked Cornish sardine, with sweet potato chips, a poached hen's egg and a soft herb creme fraiche
Roasted fillet of local Pollock, with a smoked haddock risotto, mussel and shrimp fritters, char-grilled spring onions and a leek puree
Roasted fillet of Cornish Pork, with roasted black pudding, shallot mash, asparagus, garden peas, tenderstem broccoli and a butternut squash puree
Baked Cornish Goat's Cheese, black olive gnocchi, ratatouille parcel, char-grilled baby artichoke hearts and a red pepper coulis
Slow baked fresh Peaches, with apricot financier, thyme caramel, an oat biscuit crumble and peach ice-cream
Pineapple Tart Tatin, with coconut sorbet, compressed watermelon, toasted coconut flakes, mango, lime and coconut salsa
Chilled Chocolate Fondant, with bitter chocolate soil, mandarin sorbet, a white chocolate, raspberry and almond biscotti and chocolate sauce
If you miss out on Carnival night then on the Wednesday Dane will have even more delicious dishes to offer, with the tasting menu sit to include the following dishes:
Pea Espuma, with a truffled potato dressing
Baked Cornish Sardine, with mackerel and smoked salmon terrine, soft herb créme fraiche, tomato concasse and chive oil
Confit of Cornish Pork Belly, with pork crackling, celeriac remoulade, a leek puree, tomato gel and Madeira jus
Pan-fried fillet of local Plaice, with mixed shellfish cannelloni, red cabbage, sautéed samphire, a butternut squash puree, saffron and aniseed oil
Roasted loin and confit shoulder of Cornish spring Lamb, with garlic noisettes, shallot mash, asparagus, garden peas, broad beans, tenderstem broccoli, wild garlic puree and roasted baby onions
Slow baked fresh Peaches, with apricot financier, thyme caramel, oat biscuit crumble and peach ice-cream
The following day's Tapas menu promises to be just as appetising.
But with Dane still putting the finishing touches to it, we're not quite ready to give you a sneak peek - so watch this space!
Check our website for more information.