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 brewery such as Black Rock 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.