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This large and comfortable 18th-century inn is easily reached by the foot ferry from Plymouth. At the start of the Cornish section of the south west coast path, it is also handy for Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. The wood-panelled, low-ceilinged interior has a slate-flagged bar with a wooden floor in the restaurant area, and several snugs for cosier drinking. Food is available all week 12:00-20:45. Outside tables by the river bank afford superb views across the River Tamar. Daytime buses from here run to Torpoint and Plymouth via Cawsand and Millbrook. The changing 'guest' beer is usually a seasonal brew from St Austell.