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Crown Inn, Goldsithney - pub details

Address: Fore Street, Goldsithney, Cornwall, TR20 9LG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13403) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations St Erth (3.4 miles), Lelant Saltings (3.9 miles), Lelant (4.4 miles)

Brewery: St. Austell Brewery Co.

Pub facilities/features:
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Trevelyan Arms, Penzance (0.0 miles), Victoria Inn, Penzance (0.8 miles), Falmouth Packet Inn, Penzance (1.1 miles), Fire Engine Inn, Marazion (1.2 miles), Cutty Sark, Marazion (1.6 miles) - see more nearby pubs

user reviews of Crown Inn, Goldsithney

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I came across this pub in a round about way... Being a mad Leicester City fan on holiday in Cornwall, and with the foxes top of the league, I had to find a pub with Sky TV to watch Leicester versus Southampton April 3rd 2016... The Godolphin was to posh for footie, but did recommend the Fire Engine up the hill in Marazion... Disaster! there sky box was broken. They in turn recommended The Crown in Goldsithney, where the friendly bar maid put the match on. It is a St.Austell house, with Best, Tribute and HSD all on hand pump, and both Pear and Apple Rattlers on the cider front. The pub is a good looking building, with seats at the front perfect for sitting outside in the summer. Inside the pub has a homely feel, and there were lots of sunday lunches being served. As the afternoon progressed, I cheered LCFC to victory with another 15 or so converted locals who were all sound guys...
Barrow_Beer_Hunter - 11 Apr 2016 20:33
From the outside it looks up market and the 'better' of the two pubs in this small village. Inside though its not quite the same and doesn't quite live up to the exterior decor. Pleasant enough though, and is no better or worse than the Treveleyan nearly opposite. Beer OK.

The truly amazing thing though is that such a small village can still support two pubs...indifferent or otherwise....and long may it continue to do so!

ridleyman - 20 Jun 2012 15:38
Come on this is a friendly pub with good beer/food and staff don`t judge a place on one visit
charcy - 4 Jun 2009 13:06
I just wouldn't want to go back. Beer is poor, food is poor, staff are vaguely hostile and other customers are non-existant.
Avoid
iain40 - 29 Jun 2008 23:01

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