Trengilly Wartha InnNancenoy
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This well-organised and versatile inn sits in extensive grounds including a lake and boules piste, in an isolated and steeply-wooded valley near the village of Constantine - the pub's name means 'settlement above the trees'. Converted from a large farmhouse, there is a variety of furniture and rooms, the wood-beamed bar being decorated with pictures by local artists offered for sale displayed on the walls. The beams are themselves covered in many beer pumpclip labels from brews sold over the years. A conservatory extension doubles as a family room. One guest beer is available in the winter months, usually being chosen from Cornish microbreweries; the second appears in summer. Winner of many awards, the Trengilly's other big emphasis is on fresh food, with a wide-ranging and imaginative menu prepared where possible with Cornish produce from named suppliers and presented with flair - booking is wise in the busy summer months. Accommodation is in 6 rooms above the pub, with further facilities in the nearby garden rooms overlooking the lake - including 'glamping'! Live entertainment appears occasionally, with quiz nights winter Tuesdays.