Seven StarsThe Moor
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This is an unspoilt and timeless old town centre local which has a lively if narrow taproom and two quiet snugs at the back; the old 'bottle & jug' hatch still exists for outside drinkers. Bass is ever present, unusually in kilderkin (18 gal) casks, but the Sharp's and Skinner's beers occasionally vary, and a guest ale or two may intervene from time to time racked up on the bar end if there is no room on the unique and eccentrically-designed stillage! The planked bar ceiling is festooned with an impressive collection of key fobs, while the ancient and unpolished bar top shows distinct signs of warping, and is often covered in an eclectic selection of bar towels. An old clock on the shelf proclaims the time as permanently GMT; mobile phones are banned here ( a few are nailed to the wall as a warning!). Alcoholic ginger beer brewed by the regular bar manager is also available. No food provided, but you may eat your own on the benches outside. Popular with locals and visitors alike, the pub is Grade II listed and Cornwall's only entry in the CAMRA National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors. It sits beside the main bus terminus; buses run until late evening to Truro and Camborne.