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This is a real locals' pub on the corner of a rare and quiet Victorian residential square in the town centre, tucked away behind the main shopping street. Brewery tap for the Cornish Crown Brewery, it is essentially a one-room local, tidily furnished with upholstered window bench seats and huge mirror covering one wall, and a cosy two-table snug at the rear. Outside drinking is on a small L-shaped patio overlooking the street. The Cornish Crown beer selection varies according to availability; a new beer is brewed every couple of months and the single 'guest' beer may be one of these. No food, but you may bring your own; plates can be provided. The pub is a short walk from the bus and railway stations.