Carew ArmsAntony Hill
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This friendly main road pub was reopened in July 2016 following an extended period of closure and refurbishment. It has a spacious single-bar lounge extended through into what used to be a second bar, and is carpeted throughout. It is largely food-led, and uses locally-sourced and seasonal produce in a simple but imaginative menu. The constant real ale is Tribute, in part because the beer's malting barley is grown nearby on the pub owners' farm; the changing beer is normally sourced from a Cornish - or occasionally Devonian - micro-brewery. The pub also hosts the village general store incorporating a farm shop and café. Buses stop almost outside the door.