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Ship Inn, Pentewan - pub details

Address: West End, Pentewan, Cornwall, PL26 6BX [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 13911) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train station St Austell (3.5 miles)

Brewery: St. Austell Brewery Co.

Pub facilities/features:
Cask Marque accreditation

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> Current user rating: 7.4/10 (rated by 14 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Fountain Inn, Mevagissey (1.5 miles), Cellar Bar, Mevagissey (1.5 miles), Harbour Tavern, Mevagissey (1.5 miles), Kings Arms, Mevagissey (1.5 miles), Ship Inn, Mevagissey (1.5 miles)

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The staff here are very friendly and efficient. The food and beer were very good too, both in quality and value for money. The St Austell summer seasonal Liquid Sunshine was particularly nice. Sadly, it started raining after just a few minutes of sitting in the outdoor bit over the road, so we - and the many other people there - scarpered back into the pub rather hurriedly.
littledrummerboy - 24 Jul 2015 21:00
A relatively small pub with a garden across the road.
It is only the bar, to the right as you go in, and the garden that is dog friendly. Unfortunately, the inside tables are quite close together, so it all feels a little cramped.
As with the Polgooth Inn, I had a couple of pints of St Austell Dartmoor. Once again, it was OK, but I am not a fan of West country beers so it would be unfair of me to comment further.
The food is excellent value for money. I personally think the fish and chips is slightly better than the Polgooth. The staff are efficient, helpful and very friendly.
A revisit when in the area is well and truly on the agenda.
Phantom_Pigeon - 29 Sep 2014 12:27
THoroughly splendid pub in a lovely village. Kim and her staff always focus on looking after the customers and never seem distracted or inattentive. Bar regulars and local people have also always made us very welcome.The range of St Austell beer cannot be faulted and the food is hearty and fresh. We return here year after year and have never been disappointed.
doorstep - 15 Oct 2012 10:28
Walked here one wet and windy day along the coastal path a few weeks back. Pub was reasonably quiet, just a few customers having lunch, which we also did. Had a lovely plate of ham, egg and chips and a nice pint or two (can't remember what I had, but it would've been a St Austell ale, as not much else is available in the area). Food good, beer good, no complaints. One word of warning is that the pub shuts between lunchtime and evening sessions, so a late afternoon visit may prove rather disappointing. Eclectic little gift shop next door whiles away a few minutes, too.
simonali68 - 21 Nov 2011 23:55
Lunched there twice during May 2010 with a group of friends. Beers from St. Austell range (Tinners, HSD, Black Prince sampled) were in excellent condition. The landlady and staff were very cheerful, friendly and helpful. Food was well prepared too. Large garden across the road. Would certainly return when next in the area.
inmyopinion - 2 Jun 2010 09:28

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