A visit to this 300-year-old pub in the largely unspoilt fishing hamlet on the Lizard coastline will illustrate why it once appealed to smugglers. Relics in the atmospheric bars attest to a rich seafaring history; the cove itself is just across the old pilchard cellar from its sunny front patio. Traditional favourites include fish and chips; seafood chowder; and vegetarian dish of the day. Quiz nights are on Mondays, folk music on Tuesdays, the Cadgwith Singers perform every Friday and there are seafood buffets on Saturdays throughout the summer; or you could time a visit for the October beer and cider festival.
Local seafood and beer in a former smugglers’ haunt
- Children welcome
- Children's portions
- Free Wifi
- Parking available
- Coach parties accepted
- Main course from: £1
- Open all year
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