Pub restaurants in Cornwall
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Hugger-mugger inn balanced on the cliffs above Gunwalloe. Forget fancy furnishings and designer food – this is a proper old Cornish local, full of old-time charm, with proper ales, filling food and a homely atmosphere.
The king of Fowey's many pubs takes its name from the local 'free trader' John Carter, and makes a superior spot for a quayside pint or a quick crab sandwich.
Nestled on Pentire Head, this lively gastropub wins the sea-view prize hands down, with a grassy terrace and gloss-wood dining room offering panoramic Atlantic vistas. The food's not bad, either, with mains including rump steak, chargrilled chicken and confit of duck.