Crumplehorn InnThe Old Mill, Crumplehorn
This 14th-century inn at the top of the town is converted from an old mill mentioned in the Domesday Book, in an area very popular with tourists - there is still a fine overshot waterwheel next to the pub. Inside, the inn is comfortably divided into three distinct areas on separate levels, with slate flagstone floors and low ceilings. Large umbrellas by the millstream are provided to protect customers from the sun. Good food (all home-made and locally-sourced) includes special dishes featuring locally caught fish; food is available all day, all year round. The buses to Looe, Liskeard and Plymouth turn round just across from the pub, and in summer you can catch a milk float 'tram' down to the harbour. Children and pets welcome. The car park is for residents only; the accommodation is B&B or self-catering. Please note that opening hours may be a little restricted at quiet times of the year.