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Large family-orientated pub on two levels, up a short but steep hill on the edge of the town centre. The interior is decorated like a wooden boat, with a decked balcony affording outdoor drinking and impressive river views. The lower level consists of a cosy family room inside the front door; most of the action takes place upstairs where a single bar faces a long wood-floored room of unusual shape, but with distinct drinking/dining areas adjoining. The four beers vary but at least two are normally Cornish and a local area brewery is usually represented on one of the handpumps. The cider is also frequently varied and may be something unusual for the area. Food is available daily; well-behaved children are welcome with parents but must be off the premises by 20:30.