Radjel InnBoscaswell Terrace
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This welcoming village hostelry sports two bars, each with its own granite fireplace, and there is a separate pool room. The large carpeted lounge is decorated on the ceiling with various national flags, whilst brass plates and sefaring pictures adorn the walls. Home-cooked food is available -ish daily, and uses local produce where possible. The number of real ales may increase to 6 when St Austell Brewery's seasonal ales make an appearance. The pub supports darts, quiz and pool teams. Accomodation is in 3 (shared) rooms. Originally the Boscaswell Inn, the pub was renamed the Radjel (= a pile of stones where a fox lives) in 1973 in honour of the then landlord Willie Warren, whose family had run the pub for several generations and whose great-great-grandfather was nicknamed 'Radjel' by the locals. The pub had been known informally by this name ever since.