A pleasant and friendly local in an attractive village setting, this was originally two rows of 13th century cottages housing workers who built the church opposite. A pub for at least 160 years, it has both a public and lounge bar on opposite sides of the passageway. The lounge is more suited for dining, whilst the public has a mixed floor of old wooden planks and slate flagstones, and is host to a splendid old grandfather clock. The big stone fireplace is now home to a wood-burning stove. Bar skittles and darts are played. Food is available 12:00-14:00 (14:30 in summer) & 18:00-21:00. The last full-time Cornish speaker, Dolly Pentreath, is buried in the churchyard over the road.