A lintel above the pub’s door marks the date of construction: 1717. For more than 300 years this building has welcomed miners, seafarers, artists and – most recently – food lovers. These days Ben’s mum Anne leads the experienced front of house team, and a friendly welcome is guaranteed.
Come along and enjoy a few pints of local ale on a Friday night, or sit down to three courses and a bottle of wine from our list, which has been specially selected to complement seafood.
In the winter, our wood burner will keep you cosy, as you while away a Sunday with a hearty roast; a sound-track of laid-back live jazz dictating a sedate pace.
In the summer, grab a glass of something perfectly chilled and head to our sunny terrace; a light alfresco lunch of fresh seafood may just be the ultimate Cornish food experience.
The pub is dog-friendly, making it the perfect pit-stop for dog owners out and about exploring West Penwith.