Old Success InnSennen Cove
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Originally a pair of granite cottages, the Old Success became an alehouse in 1671, the name commemorating successful fishing ventures, legal or otherwise. Now with a modern bar, this small, unfussy pub serves meals lunchtime (1200-1500) and evening (1800-2100), winter hours, and all through in summer including a carvery 1200-1800; cream teas or local saffron cake are availabe in the afternoon. The Tribute and HSD are always available; the third may be varied but will always be from owners St Austell Brewery. The pub has fine views over Whitesand Bay, especially from the outside seating area. It hosts live music at times which vary. It also offers winter 'short breaks' with dinner, bed & breakfast included in the price, with accommodation in 12 letting rooms and 3 flats..