The Cobweb Inn, Boscastle - pub details
Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14657) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Live music
- Food served
- Function room for hire
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|Loved this pub. Full of interesting nick nacks and the surface of every wall covered in photos / posters.|
Beer was from Tintagel Brewery and St Austell Brewery and in great condition.
Food was excellent - fish finger sarnie, chips and salad for less than a fiver.
A real result.
Photos at my walking blog - http://bit.ly/2gBku3J
Mappiman - 21 Nov 2016 11:00
|This is the nearest pub to the car park. It's a converted warehouse which used to store (and unofficially sell) alcohol - getting its "Cobweb" name from the state it was in when it was officially converted into a bar in 1947. It's an OK place. Fairly practical and laid back, with a reasonable and mostly successful attempt at creating an atmosphere. There is a useful outdoor space, and three indoor areas - the first being fairly plain and canteen like, the middle room being sparse, but fairly pub like, and the third being fairly cellar like, and the one that perhaps has the most atmosphere.|
Local beers sold, and meals offered at restricted times (check first). It is the better of the two pubs in lower Boscastle, though the beers we had (from the Tintagel brewery) were not in top condition.
SilkTork - 13 Aug 2016 18:53
|This is one of my favourite pubs in the entire UK. It's a proper community pub and a real ale drinkers heaven. But above all it has character in abundance. 10/10.|
strangetorpor - 1 Oct 2015 10:53
|Couldn't agree at all with the previous comment 9 of us turned up out of the blue, and nothing was too much trouble, we even had two dogs with us, beer, wine and cider enjoyed by all, food by far the best in Boscastle, staff friendly and professional would recommend this pub to anyone visiting Boscastle or surrounding area well worth the visit and cant wait to pop in again|
Stanleybigboy - 11 Aug 2014 14:49
|I am in a quandary over this place. On one hand the pub itself is quirky, dark and full of bric-a-brac and has a reasonable atmosphere. The beers are well kept and not ridiculously priced. I had Tintagel brewery's Harbour Special and very nice it was too. On the other hand my family decided to eat and the presentation and quality of the grub was awful, particularly as it cost us over fifty pounds. On the whole I'd say if its food your after make the trek up the hill to the Napoleon Inn but if you just want a snifter this place is okay.|
doctorpint - 3 Aug 2012 19:10
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