Three TunsThe Square
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Next to the church, and built in the early 20th century of local serpentine stone, this village pub has three distinct drinking or dining areas: the horseshoe-shaped public bar, a lounge, and behind these a discreet and intimate dining area. Wood-clad walls display pictures of old village scenes and a map of former shipwrecks in the area. Seating is comfortable, either at tables or on bar stools. Outside there is also a partly-covered patio; seating at the front looks out on the village square. An extra guest beer may appear during the summer months, when the pub may also open earlier than noon (check with the pub's Facebook page or call).