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This typical granite village pub, locally known as 'Bridges', offers a friendly, no-nonsense welcome to both locals and visitors, including children and dogs. It has been in recent times tastefully refurbished and although now one large L-shaped room, is still partially divided into lounge and bar sections. By custom and usage the latter is mainly for drinking, whilst the 'lounge' area provides the primary eating facility; the pub offers Sunday roast, and a takeaway service. A beer festival is held each June. More unusual services include a cashpoint machine and a defibrillator. The King's can be reached via the beautiful Luxulyan Valley, which still shows many remnants of the area's industrial past. The famous Eden Project is only 3km away by bus, and the Par to Newquay ('Atlantic Coast') branch railway line also passes close by - the station is a request stop and on the local Rail Ale Trail.