Fisherman's ArmsHigher Market St
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Popular with locals as well as passing trade, this reputedly haunted olde-worlde 16th century pub is claimed to be oldest pub in Looe (but see the Jolly Sailor....). It is essentially a drinkers' pub in the old tradition - perhaps not for those of a more sensitive nature! Opposite the 'olde' museum and gaol, it has a modestly sized, square-shaped and beamed single bar-room at the front with a slate-flagged floor, all subject to a preservation order, and a welcoming open fire in winter; the rear room is used as a family room. Background music is usually subdued; traditional (Cornish/Irish) music is performed Friday, Saturday & Sunday nights. Not all the real ales may be available in winter.