Cecil ArmsSt Stephens Hill, St Stephens
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A two-bar pub near the church in a village which which retains its country atmosphere despite being nearly surrounded by Saltash's expanding estates. Built 'circa 1902' as it says on the wall, this locals' pub is also popular with walkers on the footpaths which lead from St Stephens into the adjacent countryside. The pub supports local teams, including darts (a 'darts marathon' held here is listed in the Guiness Book of Records), euchre - and archery! Support for charities is also a major activity, with many resulting awards displayed on the walls. Food is served daily, 1200-1430 and 1800-2030 except Sunday eves. Live music appears 1700-1900 on Sundays,, and there are fortnightly pub quizzes. Two beer festivals are held, at Easter and August Bank Holiday weekends. The buses are frequent and run through Saltash to Plymouth.