Cornish ArmsSt Ives Road, Treloyhan
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Acquired as a free house from Punch Taverns early in 2014, this is a traditional Cornish granite roadside pub with a friendly atmosphere on the southern outskirts of St Ives, atop the hill entering from the Lelant direction. The lounge bar at the front is relaxing and decorated with pictures of the local area, copper jugs and other historical oddments; it has several distinct drinking areas, helped by internal granite and brick wall structures and an archway. Behind the bar is a small dining area, and further back still on an upper level is the darts and pool room. The courtyard/beer garden is a sun trap in summer. Meals are available daily 1800-2100, with a roast lunch 1200-1500 Sundays. Families with children are welcome. There is a large beer garden and patio. The guest beer is usually from a West Country microbrewery. Due to the pub's location, parking is a problem; however, there is a frequent service of buses outside the door to the town centre and elsewhere. Opening hours may be extended in Summer.