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Fat Badger Buttle Chasing his Lunchornwall occupies a peninsula bounded on the north and west by the Atlantic Ocean and by the English Channel to the south. Land's End is England's most westerly point, beyond which lie the Isles of Scilly. The deeply indented Cornish coast is lined with rocky cliffs sheltering picturesque coves once legendary haunts of smugglers. Its scenic beauty, mild climate and long sandy beaches have made Cornwall popular for sailing and surfing, and its pretty fishing villages. Inland stretch the stark granite uplands of Bodmin Moor, which provide good walking country. Click Here For a List of Links to Inns with Websites

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5° West

Grove Place, Falmouth, Cornwall , TR11 4AU Tel: 01326 311288
Back to top MAP Excellent Cask Ales Children Welcome South West Coastal Path Adjacent to Falmouth Harbour Nominated by Andrew Day
1216.JPG (23369 bytes)Delightful contemporary bar opposite the National Maritime Museum. 5° West caters for young and old alike and from students through to the sailing fraternity. An open plan kitchen allows you to watch the staff preparing good quality meals.

Bay View Inn

Widemouth Bay, Bude, Cornwall, EX23 0AW Tel: 01288 361273
Back to top MAP Bay View Home Page Email the Bay View 8 Rooms Excellent Cask Ales CAMRA Listed Real Fire Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Lovely Coastal Views South West Coastal Path Overlooking the Atlantic Very Warm Welcome Nominated by Dave Kitchener
Bay View InnSuperb Coastal ViewsExcellent friendly family run inn overlooking Widemouth Bay beaches and close to the holiday resort of Bude. Comfortable affordable accommodation throughout the year serving well priced food and excellent local real ales, including one made from a recipe devised by the Landlord. Cornwall's first 'Cyber Pub' - where you can collect your email and surf the web before popping across the road to surf the waves rolling in from the Atlantic ocean. The Bay View Inn is an excellent base for discovering North Cornwall or a perfect location for a relaxing break amongst dramatic coastal scenery.

Blisland Inn

Blisland, Bodmin, Cornwall, PL30 4JK Tel: 01208 850739
Back to top MAP Excellent Cask Ales CAMRA Listed Real Fire Children Welcome
1213.JPG (37347 bytes)Delightful village inn just a short detour from the A30. The Blisland serves a huge array of real ales, all perfectly kept and served in what is an amazingly busy bar for a small village with a large collection of Toby jugs hanging from the wooden beams in the ceiling. The Blisland also serves good quality home cooked food

Blue Peter Inn

The Quay, Polperro, Cornwall , PL13 2QZ Tel: 01503 272743
Back to top MAP Blue Peter Home Page Magnificent Seafood Excellent Cask Ales Real Fire Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Stunning Location South West Coastal Path Harbourside Location Very Warm Welcome Highly Recommended
1112.JPG (35687 bytes)1112b.JPG (27416 bytes)Superb 16th Century inn which could quite possibly feature in the top ten list of our favourite locations. This family run inn is perched amongst fishermen's cottages overlooking the quintessentially English Polperro Harbour with views of both the sea and harbour. Top quality Cornish ales plus a wide range of guest ales. An excellent lunchtime and evening menu specialising in locally caught seafood.

Bishop & Wolf Inn

Hugh Street, St Marys, Cornwall , TR21 0LL Tel: 01720 422790
Back to top MAP Lovely Coastal Views Surrounded by the Sea ! Garrison Walls and Other Monuments Nominated by Ian Ruskin Brown
Excellent inn popular with locals for the good food. The menu always has a selection of fresh caught fish, as you would expect. Booking a table in the summer season is advisable.

Blue Anchor Inn

59 Coinagehall Street, Helston, Cornwall, TR13 8EX Tel: 01745 562821
Back to top MAP Own Beer Camra Listed Real Fire South West Coastal Path Close to Mount's Bay Flambards Village
Wonderful thatched former Monk's home serving traditional pub food and home brewed ales which have been brewed on the premises since the 15th Century.

Coldstreamer Inn

Gulval, Cornwall, TR18 3BB Tel: 01736 362072
Back to top MAP South West Coastal Path Close to Mount's Bay Trengwainton Gardens Nominated by Martin Jones
Popular welcoming inn located in a quiet pleasant village with a comfortable dining atmosphere serving very enjoyable food with local fish specialities. Well kept ales served by a friendly landlady and staff.

Coombe Barton Inn

Crackington Haven, Bude, Cornwall, EX23 0JG Tel: 01840 230345
Back to top MAP Camra Listed South West Coastal Path Overlooking Bude Bay Very Warm Welcome
Excellent food and a warm and friendly service in a delightful part of the United Kingdom. Located in a small village overlooking Bude Bay.

Cornish Arms

Pendoggett, Port Isaac, Cornwall, PL30 3HH Tel: 01208 880263
Back to top MAP South West Coastal Path Close to Port Isaac Bay
16th-century coaching inn, located in the heart of the small village of Pendoggett, is full of typical Cornish charm. The excellent cuisine is served in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, with fresh seafood from the local fishing villages.

Crumplehorn Inn

Polperro, Cornwall, PL13 2RJ  Tel: 01503 272348
Back to top MAP Crumplehorn Home Page Email the Crumplehorn 12 Rooms Children Welcome Wonderful English Harbour Village South West Coastal Path Wonderful Cornish Coastal Village
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Ferryboat Inn

Helford Passage, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 5LB  Tel: 01341 250625
Back to top MAP Excellent Ale Superb Helford Estuary South West Coastal Path Superb Estuary Location Glendurgan (NT)
Nice View !Named after the ferry which has linked Helford and Helford Passage since the 16th Century. Great crab sandwiches and good ale.

Fisherman's Arms

Fore Street, Golant, Cornwall, PL23 1LN  Tel: 01726 832453
Back to top MAP Accommodation Camra Listed Real Fire Superb Fowey Estuary South West Coastal Path Overlooking the Fowey Estuary
Who's for a Paddle ?Great ViewsExcellent 'locals' inn where the locals are usually fishermen. At high tides the lane which separates the inn from the picturesque Fowey Estuary is sometimes flooded. Wholesome food is complimented with good cask ales and if you're not sure of the time, you can stand on the nearby millennium sun dial. (doesn't work at night !)

Godolphin Arms

Marazion, Cornwall, TR17 0EN Tel: 01736 710202
Back to top MAP Godolphin Arms Home Page Email the Godolphin Arms 10 Rooms Children Welcome Superb Views of Mount's Bay South West Coastal Path Wheelchair Access Almost IN the Sea ! St. Michael's Mount
Godolphin ArmsGodolphin ArmsIf you're looking for an inn surrounded by beautiful scenery, then it doesn't get much better than the Godolphin Arms. With the tide in, the sea laps against the back of the inn and when the tide goes out you can walk across to St. Michael's Mount. The Godolphin also has a fine reputation for food.

Golden Lion

13 Fore Street, Port Isaac, Cornwall, PL29 3RB Tel: 01208 880336
Back to top MAP South West Coastal Path Overlooking the Harbour
Warm and cozy 18th-century inn, which has a secret tunnel that used to lead down to a seafront cave - Smugglers paradise ! An attractive balcony overlooks the harbour.

Gurnard's Head

Treen, Zennor, Cornwall , TR26 3DE Tel: 01736 796928
Back to top MAP Gurnards Head Home Page Email the Gurnards Head Accommodation Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Stunning Location South West Coastal Path Spectacular Sea Views
The Gurnard’s Head Hotel is a traditional Cornish country pub with good food and comfortable en-suite accommodation. Situated in the hamlet of Treen on the spectacular Atlantic coast road between St. Ives and Land’s End. Set close to the cliff footpath surrounded by stunning coastal and moorland scenery, along with an ancient hill fort and abandoned tin mines. Using local produce and seafood, the Gurnard’s Head Hotel also serves local real ales.

Halfway House Inn

Fore Street, Kingsand, Torpoint, Cornwall, PL10 1NA Tel: 01752 822279
Back to top MAP Halfway House Home Page Email the Halfway House 5 Rooms South West Coastal Path Spectacular Sea Views
Village inn with spectacular sea views lying on the former boundary between Devon and Cornwall. Good food reputation.

King Of Prussia

Town Quay, Fowey, Cornwall, PL23 1AT Tel: 01726 833694
Back to top MAP King of Prussia Home Page Email the King of Prussia Accommodation Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Superb Estuary Views South West Coastal Path
King of PrussiaOne of many excellent inns in the delightful town of Fowey. The King of Prussia, named after a local character serves good food and is superbly located overlooking the Fowey Estuary.

Logan Rock

Treen, St. Levan, Cornwall, TR19 6LG Tel: 01736 810495
Back to top MAP Lovely Views South West Coastal Path Close to the Sea Nominated by Martin Jones
Logan RockLovely rural inn in the far western tip of England, just 3 miles from Land's End. Named after a huge boulder on the coast which is believed to weigh 66 tons but can still be wobbled by hand !

Molesworth Arms

Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 7DP Tel: 01208 812055
Back to top MAP Molesworth Arms Home Page Email the Molesworth Real Fire South West Coastal Path
Traditional English Coaching inn serving cask ales and good quality Cornish food.

Mount's Bay Inn

The Promenade, Penzance, Cornwall , TR18 4NP Tel: 01736 351665
Back to top MAP Accommodation CAMRA Listed Real Fire Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Lovely Sea Views South West Coastal Path Penzance Promenade overlooking the Sea Warm Welcome St. Michael's Mount Nominated by C. Hopkins
Excellent Food, good value, together with a warm welcome and smile which awaits you on entering the Inn. Excellent service.

Old Ale House

7 quay street, truro, Cornwall, TR1 2HD Tel: 01872 271122
Back to top MAP Excellent Cask Ales CAMRA Listed Children Welcome South West Coastal Path Wheelchair Access Close to the Truro Estuary Truro Cathedral Nominated by Brad Willetts
Old Ale HouseCasks behind the BarA traditional ale house with low light, plenty of real wood and no obvious music or games machines. A fine range of gravity fed ales and fruit wines complement the food on offer which can be chosen from the specials board or the menu which offers selections from 'Huge Hands Of Hot Bread', 'Ale House Ploughmans', 'Doorsteps' and 'Sizzling Skillets'. All in all, a very relaxing meeting place for lunch.

Old Lifeboat House

Coverack, Helston, Cornwall, TR12 6SX Tel: 01326 280899
Back to top MAP Magnificent Seafood Superb if you like looking out to Sea ! South West Coastal Path Extremely Warm Welcome Can't Get Much Closer to the Sea than this !
Pass me that crabNot actually a pub, but if you want good food then this is a far better place to be than the pub in Coverack. A superb range of locally caught fresh fish & shellfish hosted with warm hospitality from a couple from Bromsgrove in Worcestershire. All housed in the Old Lifeboat House - Eat, looking out down the slipway at the ocean.

Old Mill House Inn

Mill Hill, Polperro, Cornwall , PL13 2RP Tel: 01503 272362
Back to top MAP Old Mill House Home Page Email the Mill House 7 Rooms Well Kept Ales Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome South West Coastal Path Close to the Harbour
1086.JPG (25345 bytes)The 16th centuary Old Mill House is a popular pub in the heart of the beautiful fishing village of Polperro with pool table and secluded beer garden at the rear which overlooks the stream running through the village. Home cooked food and well kept ales.

Old Success Inn

Sennen Cove, Land's End, Cornwall, TR19 7DG Tel: 01736 871232
Back to top MAP Accommodation South West Coastal Path Coastal Views
17th-century inn with great views of the Cornish coastline. Good reputation for food.

Pandora Inn

Restronguet Creek, Mylor Bridge, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 5ST Tel: 01326 372678
Back to top MAP Pandora Home Page Email the Pandora Great food Well Kept Ales Camra Listed Real Fire Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Superb if you like looking out to Sea ! South West Coastal Path Waterside Setting Highly Recommended
124.JPG (33509 bytes)124b.JPG (22046 bytes)Superb 13th-century thatched inn with whitewashed walls, beautiful thatched roof, serene waterside setting, flagstone floors, and low beamed ceilings. Delicious food in a picturesque Cornish setting overlooking Restronguet Creek. The Pandorra, named after the ship that was sent to Tahiti to capture the mutineers of Captain Bligh’s Bounty, has its' own floating pontoon where it is possible to park your yacht for a spot of lunch.

Radjael Inn

Boscaswell Terrace Pendeen, Cornwall, TR19 7DS Tel: 01736 788446
Back to top MAP Well Kept Ales South West Coastal Path Satellite TV Distant Views of the Cornish Coast
Radjael InnRoadside inn with distant views of the Atlantic Ocean serving excellent cask ales. A very warm welcome from owner and locals alike and although a fairly standard menu, there are some excellent home cooked specials usually fish based due to the proximity to the sea

Sea View Inn

Wodehouse Terrace, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 3EP  Tel: 01326 311359
Back to top MAP Sea View Home Page Email the Sea View South West Coastal Path Sea Views !
Popular locals inn located high above Falmouth with excellent views over Carrick Roads estuary.

Ship Inn

South Cliff, Mousehole, Cornwall, TR19 6QX  Tel: 01736 731234
Back to top MAP Accommodation Great Seafood Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Very Picturesque South West Coastal Path Overlooking Mousehole Harbour
Ship InnShip InnLovely inn in a superb location perched overlooking the wonderful Mousehole harbour. Excellent cask ales and great food including superb fish specials landed from nearby Newlyn harbour. You may even be able to try the Cornish delicay of Stargazey Pie.

Ship Inn

Trafalgar Square, Fowey, Cornwall, PL23 1AZ  Tel: 01726 832230
Back to top MAP Accommodation Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome South West Coastal Path Close to the Fowey Estuary
Ship InnSituated in the heart of Fowey, the Ship was built by Sir Walter Raleigh's and Sir Francis Drake's cousin John Rashleigh. Good food and cask ales.

The Sloop

The Wharf, St. Ives, Cornwall, TR26 1LP  Tel: 01736 796584
Back to top MAP Sloop Home Page Email the Sloop Accommodation Camra Listed Excellent Views South West Coastal Path Listed Building Great Sea Views
Excellent inn dating back to 1312 with magnificent views of the harbour and bay. The Sloop serves traditional ales and has a reputation for quality food specialising in seafood.

Smuggler's Den Inn

Trebellan, Cubert, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5PY  Tel: 01672 830209
Back to top MAP Smugglers Den Home Page Email the Smugglers Den Accommodation Camra Listed Real Fire Family Room and Children's Play Area South West Coastal Path Close to the Sea
16th Century thatched inn close to the English surfing capital. The Smuggler's with its Elizabethan Courtyard is located in a secluded valley and has is popular with seafood and traditional ale lovers.

The Smugglers

12 - 14 Fore Street, newlyn, Cornwall, TR18 5JN Tel: 01736 331501
Back to top MAP Superb Food Children Welcome Excellent Views of St. Michaels Mount South West Coastal Path Overlooking Newlyn Harbour Extremely Warm Welcome Highly Recommended
The SmugglersSuperb restaurant situated overlooking Newlyn harbour and within a pleasant walk along the sea wall from Penzance. You'd struggle to find a warmer welcome anywhere, from proprietor or waiting staff and the food is wonderful. A varied menu offers an excellent choice but it's difficult not to choose seafood, as it's fresh from the boats which unload their catch in front of the Smugglers.

Springer Spaniel

Treburley, Cornwall, PL15 9NS Tel: 01579 370424
Back to top MAP Real Fire Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Close to the River Tamar Very Warm Welcome
710.JPG (25508 bytes)Warm and friendly inn serving excellent food. A chatty atmosphere can be found sat on a high-backed settle quaffing traditional ales. Located on the A388 close to the Devon border

Star Inn

1 Fore Street, St. Just, Cornwall, TR19 7LL  Tel: 01736 788767
Back to top MAP Accommodation Beer from the Wood Camra Listed Real Fire Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome South West Coastal Path Close to the Cornish Coast
Star InnVery popular atmospheric inn located in the heart of the village and within a short distance of Cape Cornwall, Ballowall Barrow burial chamber and many Cornish tin mines amongst some of the most spectacular coastline in Britain. The Star serves great food and the ales are served straight from wooden casks.

Tarbert Hotel

Clarence Street, Penzance, Cornwall, TR18 2NU  Tel: 01736 363758
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Part of a Georgian terrace dating back to 1830 located in the lovely market town of Penzance. The Tarbert serves draught ales and has a very good reputation for food.

Tinners Arms

Zennor, Cornwall, TR26 3BY Tel: 01736 796927
Back to top MAP South West Coastal Path Cornish Coast
Excellent inn with a reputation for good local food including Cornish cream teas, local smoked mackerel and fresh crab.

Tree Inn

Fore Street, Stratton, Bude, Cornwall, EX23 9DA Tel: 01288 352038
Back to top MAP Tree Inn Home Page Email the Tree 6 Rooms Real Fire Children's Room Well Behaved Dogs Welcome South West Coastal Path Wheelchair Access Close to Bude Bay Nominated by Dean Troop
The Tree Inns' history dates back to 1663 with links to the battle of Stamford Hill. The last Cornish giant Anthony Payne was born in the pub in 1610. He stood 7'4" tall and weighed 38 stone.

Trengilly Wartha Inn

Nancenoy, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 5RP Tel: 01326 340332
Back to top MAP Trengilly Wartha Home Page Email the Trengilly Wartha 8 Rooms Beer from the Cask Camra Listed Real Fire Children Welcome Well Behaved Dogs Welcome Polpenwith Creek Gweek Seal Sanctuary
Set amongst the wooded inlets of the Helford River, this former farmhouse whose name means 'the settlement above the trees' is a perfect spot to stay for some excellent food and ale. Located just 2 miles from Gweek's wonderful seal sanctuary, the Trengilly Wartha can get busy, but then good inns always do !

Weary Friar Inn

Saltash, Pillaton, Cornwall, PL12 6QS Tel 01579 350238
Back to top MAP Accommodation South West Coastal Path
12th-century atmospheric inn situated next to the church of St Odolphus. Excellent food, superb surroundings and comfortable accommodation.