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Welcoming pub on the Rail Ale Trail

At a glance

Bar menu
Open all year

This 19th-century inn was named after a visit by King Edward VII to a local copper mine and was originally frequented by travellers and employees of the Great Western Railway. The pub is 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 beers including Tintagel Arthur's Ale. The bar menu offers everything from pizzas and burgers to salads and omelettes, while the restaurant menu includes smoked fish platter; steak, mushroom and ale pie; and battered cod and chips. Fifteen bedrooms are available.

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Opening hours

  • Open all year
  • Open all week
  • Open all day
  • Opening times: 11-11 (Sunday 12-10.30)
  • Lunch: all week 12-2
  • Dinner: all week 6.30-9

Food and drink

  • Real ales available: Sharp's Doom Bar and Special, Cotleigh Barn Owl, Tintagel Arthur's Ale, Bays Devon Dumpling
  • Real ciders: Healey's Cornish Rattler, Thatchers Gold

Price guide

  • Credit cards accepted


  • Parking available
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Garden
  • Coach parties welcome, notice required


  • Children welcome
  • Children's menu


  • Dog friendly
  • Allowed in bar
  • Allowed in garden

Getting here

A3082 Par, follow brown tourist signs for 'Newquay Branch line' or railway station. Pub opposite rail station

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