King's Head InnRuan High Lanes
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Quiet, traditional free house, delightfully situated on the Roseland peninsula overlooking the upper reaches of the Fal estuary - Henry VIII is said to have come on the ferry to hunt nearby, hence the name. Full of character, the décor in the homely bar reflects village history. Good value home cooked meals are available (not Sun eve) in a separate, non-smoking dining room, and fish plays a prominent part in the menu. There is forecourt seating and a quaint sunken beer garden to cater for alfresco tippling, and log fires in winter. Car parking opposite is limited - a larger area can be found a few metres up the hill.