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This is an ancient 16th-century traditional, partly-thatched and low-beamed village pub, next to the church. An old tiled passage from the main entrance leads to the bar room, which has parquet flooring and several distinct drinking spaces, although the former public bar area itself is quite small. More seating is also available on the higher level further in. The interior is well-decorated with numerous antiques, mirrors, prints and cartoons and other interesting items. This one-time Devenish Brewery house is now well-established by current owners St Austell Brewery as a favourite for drinking and dining out.