Mill House InnTrebarwith Strand
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This converted 16th-century corn mill and water wheel is set beside a stream in a deep wooded valley, and a short distance from the beach which is accessible at low states of the tide. This friendly inn has a main stone-flagged bar area accessible up a flight of steps by the adjacent drinking terrace. It hosts a dartboard and pool table and a new restaurant extension added in summer 2008. The imaginative menu is changed daily. Whilst considering itself primarily a food and accommodation operation, the bar nevertheless functions as a proper pub, and offers a mix of local beers, mostly from Tintagel Brewery. Live music entertains most Thursdays and Saturday nights. Families with well-behaved children and dogs are welcome. Sister pub to the Slipway Hotel, Port Isaac.