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5 Cosy Pubs In Cornwall


We’re craving for the spring to truly arrive but it seems we are going to have to wait a little longer!

In the meantime, we are going to share with you five cosy pubs in Cornwall to find comfort in – including delicious food and drink that you can tuck into!

Turks Head, Penzance

Turks Head situated in the heart of Penzance, is actually one of the oldest in the town. A cosy evening is certain here, with a traditional feel and welcoming atmosphere with every visit.

“Imagine yourself taking a drink in the same place that Pirates and Smugglers once used some 750 years ago”.

Find a cosy spot in the bar area, or restaurant and browse the huge menu to get stuck into.

All of the food produced at Turks Head is fresh and locally sourced, the head chef is also a former Masterchef Professional semi-finalist – so you’re in good hands!

Don’t forget to try one of the Turks Heads very own brand of beer!

It’s a perfect spot to bring along family and friends and escape from the cold.  

The Roseland Inn

Situated in the Roseland Peninsula, surrounded by beautiful countryside. This 16th century pub is home to a traditional and comforting setting.

A warm and friendly welcome is certain, the pub is popular with both locals and those passing by as they explore Cornwall.

Nothing beats a homemade meal, accompanied by the finest wine or a comforting cup of coffee, and The Roseland Inn is an option to consider. Take a seat beside the fire - the pub's dog, Dilly may join you!

If you fancy an explore, Roseland Inn is the perfect place to discover the village’s estuary walk, the many public footpaths or simply enjoy a countryside drive.

Pandora Inn, Mylor

This 13th century thatched pub is an ideal retreat to unwind and relax. Mylor is a serene setting, and this award-winning pub fits perfectly into the mix.

Expect lovely interior, whilst you wine and dine overlooking the water. The whole family is welcome, including your four legged friend at this truly traditional pub.

If food is what you’re looking for, expect fresh and local produce, certain to make your mouth water.

There’s also loads of places to get cosy, with many secluded spots in the pub to choose from – where you will find the perfect place to enjoy your time. Don’t forget to browse the wide wine list and try the delicious real ales from St Austell Brewery.

In the summer, you can look forward to days out and a stop at Pandora Inn, sit outside beside the water’s edge with family and friends.

The Tinners Arms, Zennor

Head to the beautiful location of Zennor where you will find The Tinners Arms. A cosy pub hidden within hills and surrounded by stunning views of the sea. It’s the only pub in Zennor, so don’t worry about finding it!

Sit back and relax by the log fire, and feel cosy in this traditional setting of low ceilings and stone walls. Enjoy real ales, and Cornish food all made with local produce.

If entertainment is something you're after, look no further because The Tinners Arms offers live music every Thursday with local bands and a poet chucked in from time to time!

If you fancy exploring the great outdoors, you may wish to explore the coastal paths situated nearby. Also, this cosy pub is not far from St Ives, so an explore could definitely be on the cards.

The Old Quay Inn, Devoran

The Old Quay Inn can be found at the head of Restronguet Creek in Devoran. Surrounded by breath taking views, you will find a bliss visit here.

Relax with friends and family in this hidden spot. With real ale and delicious food to tuck into, time will fly as you enjoy this beautiful afternoon or evening at The Old Quay Inn.

Working with local producers, you can expect fresh and delicious food made to perfection. If you’re after a light snack on a quick visit, perhaps an afternoon tea would go down a treat.

A relaxing and cosy environment awaits you, at The Old Quay Inn.

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