Queen's ArmsBotallack Road
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Small, pleasant and traditional village local, beamed and built of granite, not far from Land's End and the coastal path. The guest beers are a summer feature and are usually from a Cornish microbrewery, such as Cornish Crown or Penpont; the cider is from nearby Skreach Farm. Although converted to a single bar, there are several distinct drinking areas including a separate family room, and a spacious beer garden. Mining pictures around the walls reflect the once-dominant local industry. Known for its imaginative and good-quality food, which is available daily 12:00-14:30 and 18:00-21:00, the pub also holds a popular beer festival in September. Accommodation is in one self-catering double room. A good bus service stops - literally - outside the door.