Weary Friar HotelPillaton
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In a quiet village off the Saltash-Callington road, this food-orientated 12th century inn was built for the church stonemasons, becoming later a resting house for pilgrims - hence the name. Up to 3 real ales are usually available, including one guest beer. The wood-beamed and inter-connected open plan bar and restaurant areas have stone and wood walls and are furnished with wooden tables and chairs and a few bench seats, and decorated with plenty of prints, china and brass. There are a few tables out the front, and a patio seating area at the rear. There is disabled access but no facilities provided. Accommodation is in 13 ensuite rooms, and a function room is available for special occasions. The pub is in the beautiful area of the Tamar Valley which offers attractive walking opportunities. A play-park over the road provides additional facilities for children.