Coinage Hall9-11 Coinagehall Street
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This December 2015 Wetherspoon arrival in Cornwall is in a former furniture store in the centre of town. Surprisingly large and deep inside, it is laid out on four separate levels, with steps between the levels and a number of distinct drinking or eating spaces all the way through. The single long bar has a selection of handpumps which usually offer some changing local microbrewery ales in addition to the usual Wetherspoon fare. The lowest level at the rear leads out to a patio for outside drinking, and a wheelchair lift connects this level with the bar area; there is also a roof terrace. The pub takes its name from when locally-mined tin was assayed in the coinage hall to establish its market value.