Plume of FeathersThe Square
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Originally a lively old smugglers' and fishermen's pub, it is now a popular watering hole and dining venue with village residents and summer tourists. The Plume has two beamed bars and a snug with a part-circle bar, and a dining room upstairs. The main bar is L-shaped in a room with ample seating. It is a sociable centre of village life, having a quiz team and even an investment club, and participates in the annual August Regatta and New Year's Day fireworks. The food is varied, locally sourced and home cooked with occasional themed events. Breakfast is served from 09.00 to 11.30. A fourth beer appears from time to time, usually a seasonal brew from St Austell Brewery. Five ciders are served from bag-in-box by gravity. Car parking is in the public facility nearby. Accommodation is in 5 ensuite rooms.