St Aubyn ArmsThe Square
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Takeaway meals only, Mon-Sat eves, plus Sunday roast. See pub Facebook page for more details.
See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.
Standing four-square on the main crossroads in the village is this large granite pub, confusingly once called by either its current name or the St Aubyns Arms, two signs formerly making the point! A long-serving former landlady sold the pub to Punch Taverns, but after a few uncertain years they sold it back to the free trade in March 2010. Since tastefully modernised by the current owner, the pub has a light and airy 'Steak House' restaurant and 'Ale House' bar with real ale, which may be varied but is in keeping with the philosophy of keeping the produce on offer Cornish as much as possible - see the pub's website for beer currently on offer. An outside seating area is host to occasional entertainments, and there is a spacious car park; whilst inside may be found euchre, pub singing, and a small TV - a total package making this village pub a little different from the norm.