St Piran's InnHolywell Bay
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Once a pair of coastguard cottages situated almost on the golden sands of a picturesque bay, this free house has a regular change to its guest beer range (up to 4 in summer), which usually includes at least one local brew. The beamed interior is spacious but homely, with wood furnishings, much bric-a-brac, and an open fire in winter. Good quality and value meals are available. In summer there may be a refundable car parking charge to ensure only pubgoers use the parking space. There is a large outdoor drinking and children's play area. There are plenty of camping and other holiday facilities in the locality, while the nearby army training range sometimes boosts trade.