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A warm welcome awaits in this simple whitewashed cob building by the 12th century church, the oldest surviving pub of four that used to serve local quarry workers. There are two adjacent cosy bar rooms each with its own real fire, slate floor and granite bar front, and decorated with reproduction paintings of local scenes. Beyond these through a granite dividing wall is a more spartan games room hosting the dartboard and pool table. There is also a separate restaurant beyond. The two regular beers cater for the lower abv end of the market, whilst the other two are varied and generally of a stronger variety. The menu is imaginative and is available 1100-1400, 1800-2100. Sitting as it does on Bodmin Moor, it claims at 210m to be the highest pub in Cornwall (although the Jamaica Inn is actually 280m above sea level!).