Cornishman InnFore Street
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Once a pottery, this three-bar 14th century pub has a black and white beamed interior. The largest bar room is open plan although with plenty of distinct drinking areas, but tends to be noisy, with almost continuous piped music, games machines, an old-style jukebox and the pool table, and of course a TV screen. There is also a side room with a small serving area and a conservatory, and a beer garden with play area. A quite separate public bar opens in the busy season.Two guest beers may appear during the summer; however, no real ale at all may be offered during the quiet winter months.