i had been to this pub before many many years ago when it was called the Gweek inn.
It was so long ago that i cant remember that it was like inside but remember the Cornish pasty i had was really good.The evening we went the pub was quite busy with plenty of locals all eating dinner and drinking in the bar and a couple playing pool in the adjoining room.The barmaids gave us a friendly welcome,the pub has a good selection of local ales and ciders and the selection of food was also good with a nice specials board.The pub had a good atmosphere and if it were summer you could have eaten outside on the benches at the front .
i would recommend a drink or meal at the black swan,or even stay the night as this is also a B&B.(but we didn't stay here) i would think its a very popular stop for people visiting the seal sanctuary just along the road so i would suggest getting here early if you want a good parking space.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We have four double en-suite bedrooms; each room is newly decorated in fresh relaxing colours with a fruity twist after the names of the rooms, Raspberry, Blackberry, Gooseberry and Mulberry. The rooms look out on the peaceful village of Gweek and each one has a large sash window which gives them a light and airy feel. The rooms have tea and coffee makers and clock radios. The bathrooms have a modern feel with slate floors and large showers. 4 AA stars. ... more less
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