Yet to prove itself to us. On the eastern fringe of Bodmin Moor with plenty of industrial archaeology and some older bits and pieces. The pub claims to be sixteenth century but it looks more late eighteenth. Friendly, not busy, pity he tenants can't run it as a free house. Not much choice round here but this place will do you quite well for a pint or a snack or reasonable meal.
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