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A large, family-friendly pub with a large restaurant, set beside the popular Camel Trail, welcoming cyclists, walkers and dogs. Inside, the immediate bar area is fairly narrow, but the pub is fairly extensive with several separate drinking areas and snugs, divided by a dining area and carvery in the centre. Stone walls are surmounted by beamed ceilings with wooden supports; the floor is carpeted. Local photos, mainly of the pub, adorn the walls. Meals include a carvery every lunchtime and evening and all day Sunday. The bus service past the pub connects with Padstow and Wadebridge and the main line railway at Bodmin Parkway.