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On the Truro-Falmouth Rail Ale Trail, this small and sociable 18th-century cottage-style village community pub lays an emphasis on good food; most of the tables are laid up for meals, so you almost have to sit at or near the bar if you only want a drink, but you are nevertheless very welcome to do so - the local drinkers are also well catered-for. Community involvement includes hosting a weekly knitting group (when the pub also opens early for coffee), and running special events in aid of local charities. Bookings for meals are advisable as the pub often gets busy with diners, especially in the evenings. The beers listed may be varied from time to time; the guest beers are often (but not always) from another local brewery. Bus services stop outside connecting with Truro and Helston or (from 2 min walk away, by the chapel, service 46) to Truro and Redruth; the railway station is about 15 minutes walk away.