Stag Inn5-7 Victoria Place
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This small old listed pub was built in the 18th-century and being the second pub to be established in the original village of St. Austell, is regarded as a classic locals' drinking pub, situated now very near the established town centre. Recently reopened (2021) and refurbished inside and outside repainted with attractive signage, giving a warm welcome to all who enter. This single bar pub has wooden floorboards, and beamed wooden ceilings with some beams adorned with locals “graffiti”. The bar is furnished with a variety of functional wooden tables and chairs, wall lighting, some pictures throughout, adding to the cosy atmosphere - especially in cooler times and winter with the open real fire providing natural warmth.
2 Real Ales are usually on with one being St. Austell HSD (Hicks).