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The Trengilly Wartha, Nancenoy - pub details

Trengilly Wartha
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Address: Nancenoy, Constantine, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 5RP [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 30997) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station Penmere (5.3 miles)

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Queens Arms, Constantine (0.5 miles), Gweek Inn, Gweek (1.7 miles)

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Had an early afternoon pint here, and give the beer full marks. Didn't really feel like a pub though.
Ramone - 28 Feb 2012 15:33

Right off the beaton track. Appears to have been extended to cater for food and accommodation. Gets busy with tourists and families staying in the area.
Good and interesting food - restaurant food rather than pub grub.
Two well kept Cornish ales on offer - Betty Stogs and Cornish Knockers on my visit. Staff were friendly and welcoming and the service in the restaurant was good. Probably best treated as a place to go for a fine meal (with the benefit of selling good real ale) rather than a drinking hole although this is partly due to its obscure location.
Rod_Hariga - 21 Apr 2009 23:25
Food very pricey - some dishes over 20. Beer nice enough, if you can drink in a dining room. OK I guess if you can stand the posh clientele
sussexboy - 24 Aug 2008 20:35
Well hidden away down the country lanes, the name was inspiring me to expect something very old and traditional. Pulling into the car park, I was disappointed to see a modernised and extended tourist hotel with a conservatory full across the front. Inside was much the same - bistro style tables set with placemats everywhere and a menu priced to match.

I will say the beer was good, Lizard Ales from St Keverne, but it didn't seem quite right being served by antipodeans(?) in matching uniform polo shirts.
sussexred - 12 Jun 2008 15:13
Although this place could be regarded as being rather upmarket, it is used as a watering hole by many of the locals, which makes for a convivial atmosphere. A good range of well kept local beers, an even better wine celler and the food is excellent
MartynG - 28 Mar 2008 13:59

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