Cadgwith Cove InnCadgwith
This 3-roomed inn is tucked away by the harbour and south west coastal path in a compact fishing village snuggling down in a narrow valley on the Lizard coast. Over 300 years old, the inn remains largely unspoilt since its smuggling days. Relics from the local seafaring past and photos of shipwrecks and local scenes adorn the walls, which are half or full-wood panelled throughout. The bar also sports rope handles hanging from the beams for when the pub lists! Expect some lively singing in the evenings, with itinerant musicians often playing. Parking is at the public car park at the edge of the village, while the bus stops at Cadgwith Turn at the top of the hill.