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Rather food-orientated 13th-century thatched waterside pub, reachable by both road and river. Catering primarily for boating trade in summer, it is also a good place to visit during the winter when the restricted road access is less of a problem. Excellent food is available both in the upstairs restaurant and in the maze of small ground floor rooms of the original cob building. Open log fires are also an added attraction. One of Cornwall's most picturesque and photogenic pubs.