Top HouseThe Square
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This comfortable country inn is nearly the most southerly pub in Cornwall and handy for the coastal path and spectacular sea views. The spacious, U-shaped bar has several seating areas including a bay window overlooking the village square. The bar room hosts a TV and the dartboard in the left-hand leg, whilst a carpeted side room to the right acts as an overspill drinking/dining area - food is an important part of the pub's business although it is also a drinkers' local. Wall pictures illustrate old scenes from the area as well as a tribute to the local rescue services. Above the fire is a large model lighthouse turned in serpentine, the local stone. The beer range, always from St Austell Brewery, might reduce in the quieter winter months. Accommodation is in 8 ensuite rooms.