Port WilliamTrebarwith Strand
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Tucked away down a deep coastal valley, this pub is well worth negotiating the pot-holed approach track to reach. Spectacularly situated part-way up the cliff, with conservatories and beer terrace overlooking the sea, the pub was originally two large cottages with a modern extension, and has more recently been opened up into a long, atmospheric bar room with wooden beams and supporting timber baulks, and bare stone walls partly clad in wood. Beer is served through sparklers which will be removed on request by the cheerful staff. A conservatory doubles as a family room. A 'must' to visit, it lies on the coastal path. Parking is very limited, further up the track. The Proper Job tends to appear during the summer months only.