We sort of fell in here at the end of an evening out in the pubs of Hayle. There was a band playing and the place was very busy. It seems as though everyone ends up here at the end of the evening for a last beer or two as we recognised a few faces from earlier. It's quite a big place but seems to lack any character that the the other pubs in town thrive on. My only gripe was the beer was the most expensive of the night, £4 for a pint of flat lager? It will take more than a band playing to a backing track to lure me back I'm afraid.
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