Inns & Pubs in Charlestown

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. Once a thriving working port, constructed to export copper and china clay, Charlestown's principal industry is now as a film set and to welcome visitors who want to follow in the footsteps of sailors from the past.


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

Pier House Hotel

Inns & Pubs in Charlestown

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.

FAQ's Charlestown

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  • Leading film website IMDb list over 20 films and tv series that have been shot at Charlestown. Perhaps the most famous these days is Poldark, but it can also be seen in the award winning Cornish film Bait, Tim Burton's 2010 version of Alice in Wonderland, the 1976 war film, The Eagle has Landed and Mel Gibson's Apocalypto where it doubled as a Central American harbour!

    It's also been used for a recent episode of Dr Who, featured in BBC's sci-fi drama Tripods in the 1980s and before that in the historical series The Onedin Line

  • The Rashleigh arms is owned and managed by St Austell Breweries.

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