Bolingey InnPenwartha Road
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Tucked away in a small hamlet and approached by narrow roads, this small but attractive 17th-century pub has a limited car park, but it is equipped with a hitching rail for equestrian patrons. The Bolingey has two bars, one of which can double as a restaurant and the other, with its wooden floor and open fire, more for drinking. One of the four handpumps is free of tie and will generally supply an additional local brew to the permanent Doom Bar, as well as a couple of variable guests taken imaginatively from the Punch listings. Beer festivals ares held twice per year, April and October. The pub is proud to advertise the use of local produce in its menus. Nearest buses are in Perranporth (1450m).