Tolcarne InnTolcarne Place
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This well-used 300 year old inn with its low ceiling and wooden beams is set back from the main road close to the fishing harbour, and lies on the Cornish cycle route. The pub features a single long bar, warmed by a wood-burning stove in winter, and includes tiled floor, settle seating and a large bay window with cushioned seats. A grandfather clock presides over the bar, and artwork from a local gallery is displayed on the walls. There is also a carpeted restaurant area and a patio, very popular in summer. Home-cooked, restaurant-standard food uses local sources, mainly based around Newlyn's freshly-landed fish as might be expected - see the daily specials board. Live jazz on Sunday lunchtimes, 13:00-15:00. The changing beer is typically from nearby Cornish Crown but might be from another local micro-brewery.