A wonderful, friendly local pub that shouldn't ever change. I hope it stays exactly the same for ever.
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If you like a good local pub, you will love this place, warm and welcoming, the staff are all great, the locals make you feel at home, Really good beer, good food. I wish I lived closer. If you want a night club or wine...More
Pretty basic pub and food has not changed over the past twenty five years Apart from the many landlords Beer garden outside quite nice to sit in weather permitting
We stopped for a lunch time refresher, we was warmly welcomed and felt at home. Although we only stopped for drinks we would certainly go back again
Ok the reviews for this place are either very bad or very bad. However first the beer. They have Doombar and a local beer Porthleven which were both perfectly good beers. The ladies behind the bar we're lovely and very helpful. The pub was relatively...More
Popped in for a drink in this cosy, local pub. Friendly, family-run, good service and well-kept beer. Looking forward to my next visit.
An absolutely dreadful pub. Looks nice from the outside but once in you find only DoomBar & Skinners? It's pretends to be a genuine free house but no interesting beers from local micros to be seen. Pump clips on the hand pulls but barman disappears...More
Food needs some attention chips dripping in oil and worst lasagne ever. Just fried off mince. Maybe your chef was off but serving food up like this is not good. Very poor selection of wines too. Sorry won't be coming back.
I have been using this pub as a local holiday pub for about 4 years summer and winter. Apart from a blip about 2 years ago it has been a very nice pub to drink in. The two sisters that run the pub are doing...More
Traditional little family run Cornish village pub - no gimmicks but a friendly welcome and lovely food- the lamb shanks rival anything I have tasted in "trendy" London pubs at double the price. No loud music or Sky TV to spoil the ambience!