We live in the village, and while we don't go in the Trevelyan every week we do pop in about once a month for a drink and/or something to eat. The food is very good, cooked nicely, and reasonably priced, the range of real ales is what keeps us going there instead of the Crown on the opposite side of... More
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- FROM JULY 2013 - UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.As a former manor house for Lord Trevelyan, this 17th-century property stands at the centre of the village of Goldsithney. It has also been a coaching house, a bank and post office in its time, but these days is very much the traditional family-run Cornish pub.Situated just 1/2 mile inland from the Cornish coastal path, we are within walking distance of Mount's Bay and the iconic National Trust property, St Michael's Mount. The closest beach at Perranuthnoe is just a 15 minute walk.Lands End is 20 minutes by car and both south and north coasts are easily accessible.We stock a wide range of lagers and local real ales including Speckled Hen and St Austell Tribute as well as a good selection of wines and soft drinks. We offer wholesome freshly cooked food in our lounge seven nights a week, all year round, using fresh and locally sourced produce offering you great value for money.Children and families are always welcome at anytime in either the public bar or the lounge. ... more less
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