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This welcoming and picturesque 16th century coaching inn offers a good and varying selection of draught and bottled ales and 'craft' brews, many of them from Cornish breweries. The guest beer is rotated around the various Cornish microbreweries. The pub used to have its own brewery - one landlord's daughter allegedly drowned in the vat! Its quiet, charming interior boasts a main bar, snug, two drinking/dining areas and a separate restaurant. A range of home-cooked food is available. Flagstone floors, wood-panelled walls, partitions and the furnishings all reflect the pub's age, with open fires adding to the ambience. Caricatures of locals and a collection of handbells decorate the bar. Occasional live music appears at weekends. A friendly locals' pub, well worth finding.