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The Tinners Arms, Zennor - pub details

Tinners Arms

Address: Zennor, St. Ives, Cornwall, TR26 3BY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15307) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations St Ives (4.5 miles), Carbis Bay (4.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 30 users)
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No changes since my last visit (thank goodness) except that the range of beers last Saturday was Tinners Ale (aka St Austell''s Trelawny), Sharp''s Zennor Mermaid (aka Special), Skinners Porthleven and Bays Devon Dumpling on handpull with Cornish Crown''s Helter Skelter on font. Bar staff can be a little uninterested but probably because of so many tourists passing through the doors (many of whom seem to get caught out by there being no all-day food).
paul_d102 - 18 Sep 2017 11:41
A Cornish Pub as it should be.

The first time I visited I knew as soon as I walked in the door it was going to be good.
Good beer, friendly staff, and everybody talking to everybody else.

I cannot remember what draught beer I had, but I worked my way along the bar
and back.

They even have the bus times on the wall.
So if you are in the St Ives area
give it a go.
Leftinthepub44 - 23 Mar 2015 14:53
Amazed at negative comments. Went in at lunchtime twice whilst on recent walking holiday. Beer, food and service all very good, but I agree the prices are highish, but this seems common in this part of Cornwall.
mjbea1 - 15 May 2014 22:11
I agree with all the comments about the idyllic location especially if the weather is good enough to sit outside and one can soak up the view of the sea and the old church. Equally as impressive is the single bar with its low ceiling and wonderful feeling of history.

However like may pubs in idyllic spots that are well and truly on the 'list' of places to see and, given its proximity to St Ives, it doesn't have to try too hard knowing full well that another punter will be along 'dreckly' . So if you fancy indifferent service and grossly inflated priced drinks.....pint of 'Tinners ale', (ie St Austell's Trelawney), half a lager and a lemonade for the princely sum of £8.15...all of which were flat, then pop in.


ridleyman - 29 May 2013 08:24
Tiny, atmospheric pub in beautiful village. Small garden and outside terrace suppliments the narrow single bar. Plenty of diners and drinkers (mostly hikers). Three ales were available, Tinners Ale (brewed for the pub by St. Austell but is most likely Trelawny re-badged, Sharp's Own and Zennor Mermaid. Both the Sharp's beers were fine. Hasn't changed much over the years.
Mothroy - 23 May 2013 19:18

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