Coolest Pubs with Accommodation in Cornwall10/01/2018
The Harbour Inn, Porthleven, Cornwall
Some of the best things about Cornwall include its peaceful vibe, beautiful views, and opportunities for sport in the Great Outdoors. To enjoy a truly stress-free holiday in Cornwall, an excellent choice for accommodation is undoubtedly The Harbour Inn – ensconced in the southerly fishing harbour of Porthleven and offering stunning sea views, proximity to the serene white sands of Kynance Cove, and excellent waves for those who love hanging ten on a surfboard.
This pub offers fantastic food for lunch and dinner, a selection of small-batch brews, and fantastic coffee made with the finest Fairtrade coffee beans sourced and blended to the Inn’s very own recipe. Room prices range from around £105.
The Rashleigh Arms, St. Austell, Cornwall
This inn is famed as much for its small-batch brews as it is for its brewer and bean coffee. Take your pick from a selection of nine home-brewed beers, some of which have been made in conjunction with breweries from across the globe.
The inn has an excellent restaurant serving seasonal food; there is a monthly changing menu, as well as a core menu featuring ‘Pub Classics’, signature dishes and specials. Lovers of traditional, hearty inn cuisine, as well as those into world cuisine, will meet their match here, with dishes including fresh local mussels, gammon and eggs, and scallop and monkfish Thai green curry.
Rooms, meanwhile, are modern and light-filled, with prices ranging from approximately £54 for a standard room, to £84 for a suite. All boast beautiful views of the village and coast.
Make the most of Cornwall by staying at a pub, where you can ensure that you can always enjoy a snack, drink, or family meal between sightseeing and sporty escapades along Cornwall. Scenic views, proximity to main tourist areas, and excellent cuisine are just a few added bonuses of this county’s most famous inns.
Witten by Cassie Steele