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Ancient and timeless granite village pub close to the cliffs, on the north coast of the Penwith peninsula. The St Austell Trelawny is rebadged as Tinners Ale, and the Sharp's Sea Fury appears as a house beer called Zennor Mermaid in honour of a local legend. Meals are available on any Public Holiday from 12.30 to 21.00; otherwise on Mondays to Saturdays from 12.00 to 14.30 and 18.00 to 21.00; and Sundays from 12.00 to 21.00. Phoning the pub first is recommended if planning to eat. The garden is a superb place to sup a beer on a sunny day as it faces south and is sheltered from the wind. Entertainment is confined to a folk group on Thursday evenings; Sunday evening is quiz night. The enthusiastic new landlord (January 2019) plans a Beer Festival in the summer. With the Cornish coastal path and the granite moorlands close at hand, this is a popular watering hole for walkers as well as trippers along the beautiful coast road.