Two ClomesEast Road
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Named after the two fireside ovens situated either side of the open fireplace - which is now fitted with a wood-burning stove - this 18th-century free house is popular for eating out, various extensions to the original building having produced a 50-seat restaurant. It is advisable to book a table, even in winter. The pub, on the Atlantic Line Rail Ale Trail, is conveniently situated on a main route into Newquay, and close to camp sites. Background music plays, and there is a TV screen for sporting occasions.