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Perranuthnoe TR20 9NP England
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#1 of 3 B&Bs / Inns in Perranuthnoe
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BabyBisto wrote a review Feb 2020
Truro, United Kingdom67 contributions48 helpful votes
This is one of our favourite pubs anyway with exceptionally friendly staff and excellent food. For a treat we decided to partake in the Stay and Dine deal and wow!!! It was so lovely enjoying our meal thinking we could just pop upstairs to the massively comfy bed!! The room is “Snug” (hence its name!!) but it was more than suitable for us all!! It had everything we could have wanted and more!! The food was excellent, wine beautiful and reasonably priced, cocktails delicious!! We took our well behaved Cocker Spaniel and there was no issue at all!! Even when she managed to sting her paws on stinging nettles on our muddy walk to Prussia Cove the staff were willing to hunt for some bicarbonate of soda in the kitchen to bathe her paws to calm the irritation!! Nothing was too much trouble but in a genuinely kind and approachable way rather than a sickly sweet “I have got to do this” type way!! A dog walk on the beach before breakfast just sealed the deal. Superb!! Now not just our favourite pub to eat at, but our favourite pub to eat and stay at..... and we have tried a few locally!! Well done everyone at The Victoria!! 💕👍🏻
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Date of stay: February 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
The Cheesemaker wrote a review Jan 2020
United Kingdom1 contribution
My husband enjoyed his crab and prawn salad and declared it quite nice, if a little unadventurous. As he said, it was just an assemblage of different food items placed on a plate, nothing cheffy going on but acceptable at the price. My meal was not what I expected or ordered. The menu said Griddled ham - bubble and squeak - poached duck egg which sounded lovely. What's not to like about a traditional bubble and squeak? Brussels sprouts or even cabbage in mashed potato, sometimes with the addition of some onion or often with some chopped bacon, cooked to perfection in a frying pan until it bubbles and squeaks (yes, that is how it got its name!). Fried either side, often in bacon fat or butter it comes out crispy whether cooked as one whole panful or individual cakes. Some recipes even recommend you let it 'catch' a little when frying it, the crispiness is what makes it so traditional. Imagine my disappointment then when what I was served was mashed potato with whole brocolli stems embedded in it. Lengths of tenderstem brocolli, cooked so al dente you couldn't bite through them. I think some had been cut in half as most were about five inches long and some were just stalk, no leaves. If I had know the chef was going to make it in his own way with non traditional ingredients I would not have ordered it, I dislike brocolli, dislike al dente veg and wanted bubble and squeak - proper stuff that bubbles and squeaks as it is frying, the clue is in the name. I removed the stalky stuff and ate what remained of the mashed potato but you really cannot just mix mashed potato with brocolli stalks and call it a dish, it was two vegetables mixed together in a bowl and that was where the preparation ended. It was not a dish in its own right. So disappointing, basically ham and egg for £12.50. My advice to them is to keep offering it if people like mashed potato with brocolli mixed in but please stop calling it something it is not. People have a right to expect to get what they ordered and this most definitely was not what I ordered. Or at least change the description on the menu and call it what it was, mash and brocolli mixed together. Service was good and I was offered an alternative but as my companion was half way through his meal that wouldn't have worked well. Nobody likes being left to eat alone while someone else's food is being changed.
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Date of stay: January 2020
Seacroft wrote a review Dec 2019
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia593 contributions235 helpful votes
Unfortunately this version of the Victoria Inn is not as good as the previous award winning one under the previous management. To be absolutely fair we only visited once during our winter stay in Cornwall. Food was average to good but the clam chowder was very salty. My fish and chips were good and our seafood linguine was also good. Menu felt a little limited. Service was very good. I’m sure this is still a great pub to visit but just not as good as before.
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Date of stay: December 2019
CushionQ wrote a review Jun 2019
Cornwall, United Kingdom8 contributions3 helpful votes
Called in at the Victoria for lunch totally unaware it had new management, despite living locally - don't know how we missed that!! However, once seated with nice cool drinks we each decided to opt for a beef sandwich with chunky chips and neither of us were disappointed. The beef was beautifully cooked and unlike some establishments, the bread didn't 'overtake' the contents of the sandwich. Chips were nicely cooked and very tasty and the price was very reasonable. The Inn itself certainly looks like it has had a bit of facelift and is very clean and tidy now and the garden area is much more welcoming. Michelle, one of the new owners was very nice and friendly and was really interested in our views regarding the food. Given the Inn serves not only holiday visitors to the village but also full time residents, I hope the new owners get lots of support and they do really well. They have only been there a matter of weeks and whilst the menu for dinner is not expansive at the moment, they may decide to add further to the choices currently available. We will certainly be visiting again as the welcome was very friendly and our food on the day was excellent.
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Date of stay: June 2019
Helen T wrote a review Apr 2019
WEST MIDS79 contributions27 helpful votes
Excellent food, lovely friendly staff - really enjoyed visiting the Victoria, My husband and I met some lovely people here, would most definately recommend if you are on holiday in the beautiful area.
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Date of stay: April 2019
US$ 122 - US$ 143 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Victoria Inn
Which popular attractions are close to Victoria Inn?
Nearby attractions include Eureka Escape Cornwall (6.5 km), Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens (5.0 km), and Penlee House Gallery & Museum (6.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Victoria Inn?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Victoria Inn?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Victoria Inn?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Victoria Inn?
Conveniently located restaurants include Lakeside Cabin Cafe, Mackerel Sky Seafood Bar, and Mermaid Alley.
Is Victoria Inn located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.02 km away from the centre of Perranuthnoe.
Are pets allowed at Victoria Inn?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Victoria Inn?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Godolphin (7.0 km) and Bleu Bridge Inscribed Stone (6.2 km).