Cross KeysThe Square
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This friendly, rambling 17th-century pub in the centre of the village was recently refurbished. Once called the Smugglers Inn, it has a single bar room, with a games area and elevated dining space. Painted walls and a new slate floor add to the ambience of this old local, which offers 3 real ales; the regular beer may be another brew from Dartmoor Brewery, the two varying brews being usually from St Austell, Sharp's or Skinner's breweries. The pub welcomes locals and visitors alike, as well as children and dogs. There is an outside patio, and table and chairs appear outside on the square in summer. Weekend (Sunday) entertainment in late afternoon includes live music and morris dancing. Meals are available daily but no reservations - first come, first served in the bar. Accommodation is in a self-catering flat consisting of 1 ensuite double, 1 ensuite single, and a lounge/diner and kitchen.