Inns & Pubs

Mix with the locals and taste Cornish culture by staying at a pub or inn. This is where great food meets comfy beds and a hearty Cornish welcome – oh, and a chance to try some of the local good stuff!

Wonderfully rural or in a town or village with the hustle and bustle of Cornish life on your doorstep, take your pick.

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Be welcomed with warm hospitality at Cornwall's Inns and Pubs. Discover charming establishments offering comfortable rooms, delicious local cuisine, and a relaxed atmosphere.

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The Old Custom House

Stay at Cornwall's Inns & Pubs

The combination of comfortable accommodation, traditional charm, friendly hospitality, and culinary delights creates a memorable stay that captures the essence of Cornwall's unique character.

You’ll be met with warm hospitality and local culture as you embark on a quintessential Cornish getaway at one of Cornwall’s inns or pubs. The cosy atmosphere invites visitors to relax in a friendly setting. Enjoy a drink around the crackling fire, or soak up the summer sun and impressive views from the garden.

One of the highlights of staying in an inn or pub in Cornwall is the opportunity to savour the region's delicious cuisine. The restaurants serve up a tantalising array of dishes featuring fresh local produce and seafood. From traditional Cornish pasties and hearty pub classics, to innovative gastronomic creations, guests can indulge in a culinary journey that celebrates the flavours of Cornwall and beyond.

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Inns & Pubs in Polzeath

The Oystercatcher

Coastal inn in Polzeath has incredible views of the beach and countryside Polzeath is a renowned surfer’s paradise and a haven for beachgoers. The Oystercatcher occupies a prime vantage point overloo...

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Hotel in Mousehole

The Old Coastguard

The Old Coastguard is a seaside hotel at the edge of the iconic Cornish harbour of Mousehole. Winner of Seaside Hotel of the Year in the 2020 Good Hotel Guide and the IWC UK Wine List of the Year, Th...

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Inns & Pubs in Land's End

Old Success Inn

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Quaint 17th century fisherman's inn in stunning Sennen Cove. This place oozes character. The Old Success occupies a commanding vantage point that overlooks the golden sand beach.

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Visit Cornwall Special Offers
Special Offers

From late availability to money-off discounts, we have an offer to suit everyone.

Whether you're in need of a last-minute getaway or whether you're simply looking for a saving for your next adventure, we have an offer for you. From last-minute trips to early bird discounts, a quick weekend away to savvy savings on your family break; discover more of Cornwall for less.

FAQs

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  • Cornwall's North Coast has plenty to see and do, from Bude in the far north, all the way down to Perranporth. It's famed for its long sandy beaches and big cliffs. It's a surfers paradise, it's got history and heritage at Tintagel and Boscastle, it's got fantastic walks and views... The easy answer is, don't miss any of it!

  • Everything from the golden sands of St Ives Bay to the storm washed cliffs of Land's End, the prehistoric remains high on the Penwith Moors to the sub-tropical gardens of Mount's Bay, West Cornwall has plenty to offer.

    There's also a huge range of places to stay, from clifftop campsites to posh hotels. You can have dinner overlooking a epic sunset or grab a crab sandwich on a historic quayside.

    We don't think you will be disappointed!

  • Often, and quite literally, bypassed, mid Cornwall is overlooked by visitors who are understandably seeking coastal charms. Next time, however, pull over, stop for a while and allow yourself to be pleasantly surprised by the pastoral beauty of this underrated area… There's still plenty of pretty villages, lots of heritage, tucked away attractions and Cornwall's only city, Truro.

  • Cornwall's south coast tends to be quieter than the north with its vast sandy beaches and great surf. Instead you will find picturesque fishing villages, and the occasional sandy cove. Families can still enjoy a traditional “bucket-and-spade” holiday at places like Looe or Pentewan, whilst others might prefer the yachting meccas of Fowey, Falmouth or St Mawes.

    With beautiful scenery around every corner and vibrant towns and villages full of great places to eat and drink, we are sure you will want to return again and again to the south coast of Cornwall.

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