Angarrack Inn12 Steamer's Hill
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This comfortable and friendly village pub sits almost under the railway viaduct. It has a single L-shaped room, simply furnished and with old photos of local scenes and people around the walls. Tables outside and a beer garden across the car park allow for al fresco drinking, while there is a sheltered, heated smokers' area at the back. Food is simple and unpretentious 'pub grub', and available every evening 18:00-21:00, plus Saturday lunchtimes 12:00-14:30, and a Sunday lunchtime roast. Games available include dominoes, Jenga, and a variety of children's board games, and there is a Saturday night quiz. The guest beer is ever-changing and always from a Cornish brewer; occasional beer and cider festivals are held in a marquee in the capacious car park. Note that a good bus service is available just 1km or 12-15 min level walk away. As a plaque on the wall outsde testifies, Lottie Tregorran, a former landlady in the mid-19th century, was known locally as the 'robin lady' - but not for the noble reason that might first spring to mind!