Old Clink27 Fore Street
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The Phoenix Inn, having closed for nearly a year during 2012, reopened under its current and also historical name at the end of the year following a complete refurbishment including the kitchen, enabling full meals to be served. On the main Callington-Kelly Bray road, the Clink was built in 1851 at a cost of £60 and had two cells for drunks and vagrants! It is a traditional coaching inn offering a warm and cosy atmosphere, and attracting both local and passing trade. The small bar is low-ceilinged with wooden beams, and wood parquet floor and furniture. Food is available daily and includes the popular Sunday roast; Thursday is curry night.