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    Bedrooms 8
  • From £54 per room per night

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The Inn on the Shore is a family and dog friendly pub set amongst the unspoiled coastline and countryside of South East Cornwall.

Located just above Downderry Beach this pub has panoramic views of Rame Peninsula in one direction and Looe Island in the other. 

From their kitchen you can enjoy their delicious seasonal menu with something for everyone and every occasion. They have two dining areas, one with sliding doors to let the outside in and one with a large picture window looking out to sea. 

They offer a range of traditional pub classics alongside their signature dish of Cornish mussels. Lunch specials include a range of ciabatta’s, all served with salad leaves and homemade coleslaw. They are open from 9am for breakfast, coffee and cream tea in their dining room.

Behind the bar they have a great range of local ales including their own beer ‘It’s a Shore Thing’, as well as a wide selection of exciting craft beers, refreshing lagers and fine wines. During the winter months they have a double sided woodburner in the dining area and another one in the bar area with soft seating. 

This pub have 8 beautifully refurbished en-suite bedrooms which come with a whole host of little luxuries including crisp, fresh linen, fluffy towels, TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryers. Some of their bedrooms are dog friendly and all of their rooms are named after the beaches and landmarks of the bay.  

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    Sleeps 2
  • From £54 per room per night

This pub have 8 beautifully refurbished en-suite bedrooms which come with a whole host of little luxuries including crisp, fresh linen, fluffy towels, TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryers. Some of their bedrooms are dog friendly and all of their rooms are named after the beaches and landmarks of the bay. Room types include doubles, twins, superior and king rooms with a sea view.

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