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This single-bar small pub claims the status of the most southerly pub in Britain. Once a 15th-century cottage, it has became a pub serving good food, all of which is sourced locally. There are a few cosy seats for drinking or dining in the bar area which has very low original black beams, a larger annex providing the focus for dining, and a stove by the centre wall. A large roadside seating area at the front provides for fair-weather drinking and dining, and there are working wells behind and to the front of the pub. The real ales can vary but are always from local breweries, with a Cornish Chough brew usually represented. Quiz night is Saturday. A lively charity beer festival is hosted every August.