66 Eastcliffe Road, TYWARDREATH, Par, PL24 2AJ
Originally frequented by travellers and employees of the Great Western Railway, this 19th-century inn was named after a visit by King Edward VII to a local copper mine. The pub is now on the Atlantic Coast Line of the 'Rail Ale Trail', and the building is much extended, with an open-plan bar serving a variety of real ales. Leading off are the dining areas which comprise a cosy beamed room and conservatory. The long bar menu offers everything from pizzas and burgers to salads and omelettes. The restaurant menu includes ham hock terrine, whole lemon sole with spicy prawn butter; and steaks with all the trimmings. Fifteen comfortable rooms are available.
Tel: 01726 815601
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Sharp's Doom Bar & Special, Cotleigh Barn Owl, Tintagel Arthur's Ale, Bays Devon Dumpling
All day all week
11-11 (Sun 12-10.30)
Coach parties catered.