St Mabyn InnChurchtown
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This popular and rather quaint 17th-century village pub beside the church is quiet and comfortable, and where conversation is the primary entertainment. Its charming interior features two bars, a games room and an attractive well-appointed restaurant, with a spacious beer garden outside. There are open fires, wooden furnishings, stained glass windows and partitions, and a collection of Toby jugs, horse brasses and vintage advertisements. Four real ales are always on offer, whilst an ever-changing menu includes weekly Thai speciality nights.