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Although hard to find in the remoter regions of the Lizard Peninsula, this traditional thatched village pub is well worth the effort - and is owned by the locals, who bought it from Punch Taverns during 2014. The cosy bar has a beamed ceiling and partly-planked walls; the room even squeezes a table into the former inglenook fireplace. An adjoining room provides further seating and dining space, and a new garden room has been added to the rear. There are no machines of any kind; families are welcome, as well as well-behaved dogs. The pub can be booked for birthday and wedding parties and other events. The area is popular with walkers.