Whether you’ve come for a night at the theatre, a date-night stay, or a business meeting, make time to explore the wonderful city of Truro – it’s all waiting on your doorstep here at Mannings!
Just a moment’s stroll from the front of our restaurant, hotel and apartments, you’ll find one of our favourite little corners of Truro. Nestled between the fine Georgian buildings on Lemon Street (built using Bath stone) you’ll find Lemon Street Market – an indoor shopping destination featuring an eclectic and delightful collection of independent stores.
Whether you’re searching for great gifts, unique clothes, eye-catching homewares or local handcrafted drinks, Lemon Street Market is a little oasis in the heart of the city.
Once you’re done perusing the shops, grab a bouquet of fresh flowers from The Flower Press and a quick coffee at Fig Café, before heading back to the elegant surroundings of Mannings, your city-centre bolthole!
Here’s our round-up of Lemon Street Market highlights…
This gorgeous store is a treasure-trove of gifts and homewares from those with an eye for individuality and design. From lampshades to mugs, children’s toys to wrapping paper, everything is an artwork in its own right.
Wish List is a sophisticated collection of jewellery, home furnishings and gorgeous clothing pieces with a bit of a Scandi feel. Trust us, you’ll find lots to love here, from the silk dressing gowns to the chunky knits!
100M is a clothing store specialising in natural, eco conscious and sustainable materials pieces. At the heart of the collection you’ll find handmade woollen scarves, cardigans and accessories made right here in Cornwall. The team source timeless pieces to treasure, such as jackets made from vintage kimonos.
Hamiltons Liquor Cellar
Discover Cornwall’s finest handcrafted spirits and award-winning wines at this eclectic liquor store. If you’ve tried something brilliant and local during your stay, you’ll likely find a bottle here to take home!
This art gallery specialises in breath-taking pencil drawings with uncanny levels of detail. You can often see artist Paul Stowe working on his latest piece in the gallery itself.
For more top tips on visiting Truro, read our blog about the unmissable local shopping experience that is Truro Farmers Market.