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Roseland Inn


Owner Phil Heslip and chef Brian Green take pride in the quality of the home-prepared modern British cooking at this highly appealing, rural 16th-century inn. The character of the interior owes much to the low-beamed ceilings, brassware, paintings and prints. Phil brews his ornithologically themed Cornish Shag, Chough to Bits and High-as-a-Kite beers on site. So, in winter cosy up to the fire for a drink or a meal of perhaps slow-roasted shoulder of Cornish lamb, or oven-baked hake with pan-fried new potatoes; in warmer weather head outside to the picnic tables. Just to the west is the famous King Harry Ferry over the River Fal.

Further information

Tel: 01872 580254
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Skinner's Betty Stogs, Roseland Cornish Shag, High-as-a-Kite & Chough to Bits, Sharp's Doom Bar


All week
11-3 6-11.30 (summer all day)


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.



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Use the route planner for your trip

From Truro take A39 towards Falmouth. Left onto B3289 towards St Mawes. Left at sharp right bend for Philleigh. Or take King Harry Ferry from Feock (Trelissick) to St Mawes/Roseland peninsula. Onto B3289. At right bend turn left signed Philleigh, 1.5m to pub on left

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