Traveller's RestTrevarrian, Newquay
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A substantial appearance, coupled with its homely atmosphere, attracts many locals as well as holidaymakers to this comfortable 16th-century coaching inn on the Newquay-Padstow road. The large, wood beamed and slate-flagged bar area is comfortably furnished, with a mixture of upholstered benches, wooden chairs and bar stools in several drinking corners. A large boat rudder leans against the bar pillar, and the walls are decorated with pictures of RAF aircraft old and new, reflecting the pub's proximity to the St. Mawgan (Newquay airport) main runway. Beyond the bar is the spacious family room, which houses the food bar for the Sunday roast carvery. There is also a smaller restaurant. Food made where possible from local produce is from an imaginative menu and is good value. A third real ale from St Austell may appear in summer. Live entertainment Friday eves.