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Ship Inn, Portloe

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Only had time for one drink as we were walking and driving but a good pint of Tribute and a nice location with a good beer garden.
bromsgrovebeerboy - 26 May 2013 20:17
Went in at lunchtime last Wednesday: good welcome, and very decent beer. Food OK though a bit high-priced (what do you expect in a location like this ?). Weather not good enough to sit outside but the garden setting is very attractive. Recommended.
davercox - 10 Oct 2012 08:34
Great Pint of Ale (Dartmoor Best) and a good land Lord
f6c - 10 Apr 2012 19:39
Went for a family meal on Friday, 30th July to celebrate end of holiday with no cooking!! All tables booked in advance for inside so ate in the beer garden. Two of our party were so looking forward to having lovely, plump mussels - what a disappointment! Not only were they overcooked and served on a cold dish but the size of the portion was extremely small - ideal for a starter but not a main course and certainly not for the price of £13.00 per portion. Reluctantly we were given £13.00 off our bill - no apologies were given!! What a pity - a lovely pub in a super location - a shame about the mussels and the miserable people who run it.
Berrick - 2 Aug 2010 09:41
Called in on Sunday night looking for food. The greeting we got was like the scene from "an american werewolf in london". To say we wernt welcomed would be the understatment of all time. Menues virtually thrown at us . Landlord completely dissinterested and locals looking at us as if we were aliens. Made an excuse and left. It felt like escaping. Its a long time since we had such a bad time anywhere. Avoid this place like the plague.
TrevG - 13 Jul 2010 18:35
Popped in for a pint back in July. Very pleasant place, a nice pint of Tribute. Would eat there in future, all tables being fully-booked must be a good sign. Quiet and relaxing garden for the warmer months. Will definitely be back
sussexboy - 24 Aug 2008 20:31
What a great place, and everything a pub in a Cornish fishing village should be. There is excellent beer, nice food (including plenty of fresh fish), an interesting interior with old fishing pictures etc, and pleasant, kind bar staff. They even let me put my tent up in the beer garden overnight!
PeterHenderson - 24 May 2008 16:58
Had fantastic mussels and fish and chips in here and very reasonably priced too. Three very decent real ales on tap as well. Highly recommended.
mr_goatboy - 20 Sep 2007 20:57
What a lovely pub! Some decent beers here in a lovely location. One small criticism-please don't serve your real ales through a sparkler,it's not neccesary and real ale drinkers don't give a damn about head retention as long as the beer's fresh.Dogs welcome.
Miles007 - 28 Aug 2007 12:55
This is a great pub! I was staying down the road in the Lugger hotel for a few days and visited this pub for dinner one night. Unfortunately the night I went they had a problem with their cooker so I didn’t end up eating here, which was a real shame because the menu selection looked like really good traditional pub grub.
The décor inside was of a nautical theme and had a nice cosy feel to the place. A good selection of beers was on offer and a good choice of bar snacks.
Overall this pub is worth a visit.


beerconnoisseur - 18 Jun 2006 08:23

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