Rashleigh ArmsQuay Road
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Large, welcoming inn overlooking the famous historic port comprising two large but very comfortable bars, and a restaurant. A huge outdoor patio with picnic tables caters for al fresco eating and drinking in fine weather. Taken over by St Austell Brewery during 2002, the pub nevertheless carries the Betty Stogs by agreement when the pub was purchased; an additional seasonal ale may appear at busy times. The bar hosts live bands a couple of times a month on a Friday or Saturday night, and jazz on the first or 2nd Sunday of the month. Food is available all day every day 12:00-21:00, and includes a roast on Wednesdays (with OAP discount) and a carvery on Sundays. Beer numbers available may range between four in the winter months and up to 9 at busier times, but the emphasis is always on St Austell brews. The pub has 8 ensuite bedrooms, and the coastal footpath is nearby, The port is a popular location for film makers, whilst there are often one or two large sailing ships at anchor or moored in the harbour. The car park is the only Grade I listed cobbled facility in Britain!