Neatly kept 18th-c or older beamed dining pub, red carpets, panelling and stripped stone, plates on delft shelving and other bits and pieces, log fire, good choice of enjoyable food from baguettes to steaks in bar and family area, popular Sun lunch (best to book), separate evening restaurant (Weds-Sun) and small snug, St Austell Tribute, Sharps Doom Bar and a local guest, traditional cider and decent wines by the glass, good friendly service; background music, free wi-fi; dogs welcome, attractive garden and back terrace, open all day
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Mr A J Bell
What They Say
A delightful 14th Century family run free house serving fine real ales and exceptional food. Oozing rustic charm, the bar menu is packed full of classic pub favourites while the separate restaurant area boasts a Modern British menu where meat, game and fresh fish are thoughtfully presented from an abundance of locally sourced produce.