King's Arms5 Market Square
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Fine old granite pub catering for locals and visitors alike, in a typical tin-mining area, was converted to an inn from three 14th century cottages. The flagstoned entrance leads to a rambling interior with low, wood-beamed ceilings. Pillars holding up the low wood-beamed ceiling make parts of the main bar area a bit of a squeeze when busy. Outside drinking is on a patio. The town festival in mid-July is marked by a special brew at the pub, Lafrowda Gold, which appears on the third handpump, unused in winter except for other seasonal brews. The pub supports eucre and darts teams, and is home to the local Cape Singers - you might get an impromptu sing-song!