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The Rashleigh Inn, Polkerris - pub details

Rashleigh Inn

Address: Polkerris, Par, Cornwall, PL24 2TL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 14932) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Par (1.7 miles), Luxulyan (4.9 miles), Lostwithiel (5.1 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.5/10 (rated by 28 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Ship Inn, Par (0.8 miles), Welcome Home Inn, Par Green (1.3 miles), New Inn, Tywardreath (1.4 miles), Par Inn, Par (1.4 miles), Royal Inn, Par (1.5 miles) - see more nearby pubs

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Stunning location. Best park in the quarry-like carpark on the final approach to the village. Food was excellent but get there early or late as it gets very busy at lunch. Beer choice was a bit disappointing with 2 from Skinners, a Thwaites and Landlord which is a shadow of its former self. That said the quality of the Skinners we had was acceptable. The pub is dog friendly and there is a terrace overlooking the beach...marvellous.
Steamer1 - 30 Oct 2014 09:50
Great location on a main walking trail from Fowey.We were however dismayed to find a pub advertising Skinners running out on a Sunday afternoon with the only alternative ales being not particularly Cornish Timothy Taylor and Youngs.
On enquiring we were told it would be Friday before the next Betty Stoggs was on and settled so we did return and the beer was pretty good with a nice Bays on too.
More consistency and better bar management required though.
bromsgrovebeerboy - 26 May 2013 20:11
A true Oasis for a Coast Path Walker? Not! Reading reviews we all know how inconsistent some pubs are.This one swins wildly in and out of favour. This is the only pub in my life where I have left the premises without buying anything.....Timothy Taylor Landlord offered at �3.60 a pint is just a laugh...but I suppose it suits the Gentry and serves to keep the plebs off the beach. Maybe it's me, but check the price before you order, or arrange finance before crossing the threshold. Things may be different now as our visit was in May. That said, it is a very pleasant pub. Wish I could justify the price, but I can't.
Ravenousdrythroat - 21 Jul 2011 12:24
It would be easy for a pub in this idyllic location to think all it has to do is open the doors and count the cash. But a friendly welcome, consistently good beer and excellent local seafood earn it the holiday maker's grateful respect.

I don't know what London pubs the last reviewer has frequented, but I'd rather pay �3.10 for a fantastic pint of Skinner's Cornish Knocker while watching a summer sunset cast orange dapples over a glassy sea than pay the same to ingest a lung full of lorry fumes necking a mediocre pint of Pride on the Marylebone Road before taking the next sardine can from Euston. Yeah, I generalise, but you get the drift.
WebelMC - 17 Jun 2011 21:59
Amazing location but also amazing beer prices, the most expensive beer I've ever encountered to date, including most London pubs! Didn't try the food so unable to comment.
classic0904 - 10 Jun 2011 18:49

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