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The Crows Nest, Port Isaac - pub details

Previously called: The Shipwright Inn

Address: The Terrace, Port Isaac, Cornwall, PL29 3SG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1389) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 7.2/10 (rated by 5 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Edge, Port Isaac (0.1 miles), Port Gaverne Hotel, Port Gaverne (0.2 miles), Mote, Port Isaac (0.2 miles), Golden Lion, Port Isaac (0.2 miles), Cornish Arms, Pendoggett (1.8 miles)

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The Crows Nest in Port Isaac stopped trading in 2012. It is now flats.
annie2014 - 16 Feb 2014 17:45
Great, friendly staff. Really accommodating and made us feel really welcome. Lots of space, great views. Had some wonderful real ale including Keltek Magik ( yum) and good food. Carpet needed a bit of a clean.
rupturedspleen - 5 Jan 2011 19:06
Please disregard the comments below, i have just realised i`ve left a comment about the wrong pub (idiot), i was refering to the pub/restaurant called the Mote right next to the beach in the village.
The Crows Nest was infact the friendliest pub in Port Isaac by a million miles, the landlord and staff were very helpful and the view was brilliant. Its a bit more down to earth than a lot of places around there.
TSW - 9 Oct 2009 09:55
Either i walked into a completely different pub or im guessing this place has changed beyond recognition from the previous comments. My wife and i recently spent our honeymoon in Port Isaac, beautiful little place. Was looking forward to checking out the pubs, had visions of lobster pots and salty old sea dogs belting out sea shantys,well nothing could be further from the truth. The place had some sort of north african theme going on???, it was like walking into some poncey bar down the Kings Road which figures because i presume half the village is probably owned by well off London types.
Bit sad really because most of the tourists visit to see this lovely little Cornish fishing village, im sure they would want to see a pub thats authentically Cornish as opposed to some some pretentious gastro/pub?? that could be anywhere?.. or perhaps im wrong.
TSW - 9 Oct 2009 09:44

This called THE CROW'S NEST now. Not a building easily leant to creating atmosphere, but this doesnt seem to matter. A warm welcome is always on hand, good range of lager and local real ale, usually a telly quietly showing the football.

It has huge front windows continuosly along the front, which give an uninterupted view of the sea which is truly akin to that from a crows nest.
Woppit - 12 Sep 2007 13:26

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