New InnFore Street
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Popular, classic village local near the coast (20min walk), with a large secluded garden/smoking area and a games/children's room. A restaurant area at the rear serves food daily; various other furnished and carpeted rooms near the main bar area include a function room adorned by posters of pop stars of yesteryear, and a TV for sporting occasions. Good beer and conversation are the entertainment here however, and sometimes singing in the bar. Although tied to a brewery, the landlord serves a guest beer, as well as the Draught Bass which the pub is covenanted to sell in perpetuity. Built in 1752 by the local copper mine owners, the pub is the hub of village life, and many functions are held in the capacious, secluded and partly-covered garden.