Traditional ales are served including some true Cornish classics. Built at the end of the 17th century, the Red Lion still retains much of its original character. With an excellent menu and selection of fine wines you are promised a quality dining experience. Situated in the village, not far from the coastal path makes this an ideal stop off for walkers and beach goers alike.
When you visit the Pandora, it’s easy to forget you’re in the 21st century. Its spectacular setting on the edge of Restronguet Creek is timeless. Parts of the Inn date back to the 13th Century and, with its flagstone floors, low-beamed ceilings and thatched roof it’s not difficult to believe that little has changed since that time
Well behaved dogs welcome in the downstairs bar area.
Popular village pub set in a picturesque spot next to the Helford River. Traditional pub grub featuring locally caught seafood is served. The perfect place to stop off after a visit to the Seal Sanctuary at Gweek.
Located on the beautiful Lizard peninsula The Ship Inn serves delicious locally sourced food along side a selection of the best local Ales in the peak of condition, complemented by a well chosen wine list, all this and a warm friendly welcome for children and dogs (and the occasional horse) make for a great atmopshere for locals and visitors alike.
Warm friendly welcome for dogs.
The Golden Lion Inn
Stithians Lake, Menherion, Redruth TR16 6NW T: 01209 860332
The Golden Lion Inn boasts one of the most beautiful settings in Cornwall in which to enjoy some of the best food the county has to offer. The inn has a traditional, oak beamed bar area with superb real log fires serving quality food in a friendly, relaxing atmosphere.
Dogs are more than welcome in the bar area but not in the restaurant.
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 Blue Anchor is one of the oldest original Inns in Britain that continues to maintain a working brewery. Dating back to the 15th century, the Inn boasts 600 years of brewing and still retains its original character and has no slot machines or piped music! However, live music is often performed in the skittle alley or main bars. A major feature of the Inn, is the large garden to the rear, with its own bar and BBQ.
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!
The Old Inn is a traditional thatched roofed pub, idyllically located in Mullion on the Lizard Peninsula, the most southerly point in mainland Britain. Situated amongst delightful old Cornish cottages, and just a stone throw from the historic 13th Century church of St Mellanus, The Old Inn welcomes visitors to enjoy a relaxed, friendly atmosphere, fine locally sourced food and comfortable en suite accommodation.
Well behaved dogs welcome. Dogs are also welcome to stay in the guest bedrooms as long as they stay their own beds!
The Harbour Inn, Porthleven, is a lively pub situated on the harbour serving fantastic food all year round using fresh local produce. The decor is a comfortable blend of old and new, creating an atmosphere which is relaxed, informal and individual.
Dogs are welcome in the lower part of the seating area inside and there is plenty of outside seating across the road.
The Queens Arms is a traditional Cornish public house, featuring beamed ceilings and open fireplaces, it also has the benefit of a dining area in addition to two outside dining and drinking areas. The pub offers a wide variety of real ales and extensive lunchtime and evening menus with a wide variety of ‘specials’ also being available daily. Children are welcome until 9pm.