Red LionThe Square
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This thatched former farm building was converted to a pub in the 16th century; food is a significant part of its offering but it also functions as a proper community local. Four surrounding cottages have since been incorporated into the building as drinking and dining areas, of which there are several; the long horseshoe-shaped bar actually sits in the former courtyard. The three beers listed are generally available, although the Bath Gem may be replaced with another brew from time to time. The pub is popular with walkers, especially in the summer months, and is near to the attraction of Glendurgan Gardens. Buses to Helston or Falmouth stop outside the pub.