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Welcoming locals' pub in an old mining village, close to the famous Geevor and Levant tin mines, and the coastal path. The large single room has beamed ceilings and is carpeted; décor includes mining and other local pictures, a tank of tropical fish and a TV screen on the wall for sports events. There is a games room at the back with a pool table. Food includes an outstanding curry menu, of which up to 20 varieties are offered - the landlord's speciality! The inn is in an area of outstanding natural beauty, with nearby cliffs and good walking. It has 4 double rooms available for B&B, one with disabled facilities, as well as a campsite round the back - and a petanque piste!. A small upstairs restaurant affords outstanding views over the sea. A regular bus service links the pub with Penzance, St. Just and Lands End.