On top of mountains, on board a Royal Yacht and even sat amongst llamas are just some of the wild and wonderful places in a new list showing unusual ways diners can enjoy the Eat Out to Help Out scheme - and making the cut is one in Cornwall.

More than 85,000 outlets nationally have now signed up and there’s still time to use the scheme, before it ends on August 31, to get as much as 50 per cent off your bill (up to a maximum of £10) on food or non-alcoholic drinks when you eat or drink in.

The scheme has already seen claims for more than 35 million meals and continues at participating outlets on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday until the end of the month.

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HMRC has pulled together a list of unique places to eat-in, which feature the oldest coffee shop in the country, a cat cafe, Britain’s highest pub - and also included is the UK's most southerly point, here in Cornwall.

The Housel Bay Hotel at The Lizard is featured as being one of the more unusual places to enjoy a spot of lunch or dinner, due to its location.

The list states: "More than 800 miles away from John O’Groats, by road, is Housel Bay Hotel which sits at the most southerly point of the UK mainland, on the Lizard Peninsula, Cornwall, overlooking the English Channel near where it meets the Celtic Sea and the Atlantic Ocean beyond."

Also taking part in the scheme from The Lizard is The Witchball.

Other unusual dining spots featured by HMRC include:

• Cat Café in Liverpool and Manchester are passionate about Animal Assisted Therapy and encourage the interaction between humans and cats to benefit mental health. They say it is “the purrfect escape from stress.”

• The Llama Park, in East Sussex, is situated next to the Ashdown Forest and is home to an ever-growing variety of animals such as llamas, alpacas, reindeer and horses.

• Zip World at Penrhyn Quarry, in North Wales, near the Snowdon range, is now home to the fastest zip line in the world! Their new Pizza Chwarel vintage-style food tram is taking part in the scheme.

• The Royal Yacht Britannia, in Edinburgh, served the Royal Family for more than 44 years, travelling more than a million nautical miles to become one of the most famous ships in the world.

• Fodder Farm Shop and Café, in Downpatrick, Northern Ireland, offers seating inside a tipi and is situated amongst the trees of Finnebrogue Woods.

• Newcastle’s Blackfriars, a 13th century former Dominican friary, is believed to have the oldest dining room in the UK.

• Colchester Zoo is home to over 220 animal species in 60 acres of beautiful parkland and lakes. Visitors can use the scheme when they eat-in at the Penguini’s Restaurant and Southern Kitchen.

• Seaview Hotel overlooks the Pentland Firth and Orkney Isles at the most northerly point of mainland Britain in John O'Groats.

• The Tan Hill Inn, in Swaledale, near Keld, offers panoramic views of the North Yorkshire Dales and is Britain’s highest public house at 1,732 feet (528m) above sea level.

• Established in 1654 the Queen’s Lane Coffee House, in Oxford, is said to be the oldest continually working coffee house in the whole of Europe.

• OXO Tower Restaurant, Bar and Brasserie is an iconic landmark on London’s South Bank and guests can take in views of St Paul’s and the city’s skyline while enjoying a meal and drink.

• The Terrace Café at Heights of Abraham, in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, offers views of the Derwent Valley – and you need to take a cable car ride to get there!

Find a list of restaurants in Cornwall take part in the scheme here or use the online restaurant finder on gov.uk for anywhere in the UK by simply entering your postcode, or one near to where you want to eat out, to get a list of participating outlets within a five-mile radius.