Dolphin InnFore Street, Grampound, Truro
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Grampound is a village of great antiquity, originally known as Grand Point, where tanning was the dominant employer until recent times. The Dolphin is in the middle of the village, and has a split-level single room with the bar at the upper end. The pool table has its own side room, and there is a large beer garden and car park to the rear of the pub. No food on Mondays. Buses run to Truro and St. Austell until late evening on weekdays.