The Polgooth Inn is a is a traditional 16th century Cornish pub where you can enjoy tasty, wholesome food and a nice pint in good company. The inn offers a choice of quality cask ales and fine wines, as well as an impressively extensive menu using the finest locally sourced food.
The Rashleigh Arms was built in 1851 on the foundations of old clay cellars and was given its name after the creator of Charlestown Harbour, formerly West Polmear, Charles Rashleigh. It also boasts probably one of the only Grade II listed car parks in the country, basically the site of old coal storage yards, and is situated in a World Heritage Site.
Well behaved dogs welcome in the garden and the public bar.
The Quay, Mevagissey, Cornwall PL26 6QU T: 01726 842969
Looking out onto one of Cornwall's most picturesque scenes, Mevagissey harbour, the Sharksfin is a treasured discovery for many of our locals and visitors alike. Whether you fancy a pint of Tribute and a chat with the locals, a quick bite to eat or a full meal, the Sharksfin offers wonderful food and drink in comfortable and relaxing surroundings.
Friendly community pub in the village of Par on the south Cornwall coast, with an enclosed beer garden, where you will find a heated developed air compressor constructed by the locals: a feature you will not see anywhere else!
18th century inn that lies close to the sandy beaches at St Austell Bay. From the inviting bar visitors can enjoy an ever changing variety of quality ales, with many beers from local breweries, as well as draught lagers, cider and spirits. There is also a range of tasty bar snacks and a Carvery is served every evening.
Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome throughout the pub. Par sands beach a very short walk away.
The Wig & Pen is a friendly pub serving top quality food in a relaxed environment. Head Chef Tim Robinson, who trained under Gary Rhodes and Johnnie Mountain (as seen on The Great British Menu) provides pub classics and a specials board with more adventurous dishes. Sun terraces to the east and south west are the place to watch the world go by and unwind with a well kept pint or glass of wine.
Dogs are also very welcome, the pub has two of its own that are available for fussing/play sessions on request!
A pretty, thatched traditional pub and restaurant, popular with locals and visitors alike, the Punchbowl and Ladle serves a selection of real ales from the westcountry’s leading brewer, St Austell. There is also an extensive wine list.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome to sit with their owners in the bar areas.
The Smugglers' Den Inn
Trebellan, Cubert, Near Newquay, Cornwall TR8 5PY T: 01637 830209
Stylish dog friendly bar perched on the cliffs of Pentire headland, with awesome views of the Atlantic. It also has 10 boutique B&B rooms some of which are dog friendly.
Dogs are allowed in the bar. Dogs may stay in some of the guest bedrooms. Water bowls are available. Dogs are not allowed in the restaurant, but are welcomed in our bar which serves the same menu. We can provide dog beds and bowls for your stay in the Lodge.