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The Kings Arms at Paul is one of West Cornwall’s most atmospheric pubs. They have earned a reputation for good food and good beer in the most beautiful surroundings.

The chefs have designed a menu that uses high quality local ingredients wherever possible and offers a wide choice of meat, the fish is locally sourced daily and vegetarian dishes. In addition to our standard menu, they have an ever-changing specials board that is regularly updated to take advantage of seasonal produce and offers.

The delicious home-cooked puddings are served with a choice of clotted cream, ice cream or custard. chocolate fudge cake, creme caramel and chocolate nut sundae are permanent features and regularly changing specials can include such delights as rhubarb and cinnamon crumble, Bakewell tart and lemon meringue pie. Their Sunday roast lunches are very popular locally and are served with vegetables, roast potatoes and all the trimmings.

Bed and breakfast accommodation is available in their five comfortable rooms. All the rooms are fitted with an en-suite bathroom and feature views of the sea, wardrobes, desk/dressing table, WiFi access, flat screen TVs, iron and ironing board and tea and coffee makers in all the rooms. A full English breakfast is provided for guests. 

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Bed and breakfast accommodation is available in their five comfortable rooms. All the rooms are fitted with an en-suite bathroom and feature views of the sea, wardrobes, desk/dressing table, WiFi access, flat screen TVs, iron and ironing board and tea and coffee makers in all the rooms. A full English breakfast is provided for guests. Single occupancy from £86, double occupancy from £126 and family occupancy from £199.

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