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Originally a farmhouse dating from the 16th century and a pub for 150 years, this welcoming hostelry enjoys good community support throughout the year. It retains many original features such as open fireplaces, slate floors and wood beams; deceptively spacious, it has two small rooms off the main bar area for pool and drinkers, and a separate restaurant. Pictures and antique guns adorn the walls. The pub regularly features brews from the nearby Altarnun Brewery, as well as up to three or four other ales from Cornish and national brewers, plus draught cider. Oversize pint glasses are used. Legend has it that the front wall collapsed when a previous landlord dug out the pub cellar. Camping is in the pub grounds, and there are a large patio and grassed area for outdoor games including pétanque. Food always uses locally-sourced seasonal produce; well-behaved dogs are welcome in the bar area. The Inny Valley recreational walk is nearby.