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Small thatched village pub dating from the 18th century in a delightful setting on the south bank of the Helford River. The two regular real ales are supplemented by a guest, often from Lizard Brewery. The single bar has a nautical theme; the terraced patio/garden outside overlooking the river greatly increases the pub's capacity. The menu is imaginative (meals 1200-1400 all year, 1900-2100 summer), with a barbecue most evenings in summer. Well-behaved children and dogs are welcome. There is a limited bus service - Truronian's 'Lizard Rambler' visits two or three times a day during the week; also you can catch a ferry hourly during the summer to Helford Passage (not eves). Very limited parking available winter only - use the car park at the entrance to the village and walk the last 500m.