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The Masons Arms, Falmouth - pub details

Masons Arms

Address: 31 Killigrew Street, Falmouth, Cornwall, TR11 3PW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 1674) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Penmere (0.5 miles), Falmouth Town (0.6 miles), Falmouth Docks (0.9 miles)

Brewery: St. Austell Brewery Co.

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> Current user rating: 6.4/10 (rated by 18 users)
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A Free House.

Formerly St SAustell house but was sold off by them a couple of years ago.
One room pub refurbished in a modern style with anything of character skipped. On one wall which seemed to take up pretty much all of the wall was a TV with football on playing very loudly. It was spot the bloke without a tattoo on his forehead so turned around and went out.
Didn't see what beers they had on but I suspect that it wouldn't include any real ale.

ridleyman - 2 Jul 2016 17:57
Decent little pub. I always find pubs with little windows that make it difficult to see into a little intimidating but I took the missus in here anyway. It's small but perfectly presentable and neat and clean. There were a couple of locals at the bar who were friendly enough and I ended up having quite a long chat with one young lad who was keen to know where I came from and I felt quite at ease to give him my camera to take a holiday snap of me and Mrs BB in there.
Interesting to note was whilst the rest of the country went Olympics bonkers they had darts on the telly - I like their style !
Definitely a boozers pub not a pub you go for a meal - I'm not even sure they did food at all and certainly a pub I'd visit again.
BLACKTHORN.BRISTOL - 2 Sep 2012 14:58
Nice little old fashion pub with a cracking pint of ale, that will do for me.
poomtang - 27 Jan 2011 13:03
A small pub. A selection of St Austell ales available. Wasn't too impressed with the place - well, that's a bit unfair. Not a fault of the pub. I think it was the other clientele at the time of our visit. It was just after lunch and seemed every benefit cheat and work shy fop was in there spending all their money on booze. Take these people out of the equation and I'm sure it'd be a great place. The T.V. was on - as the previous post commented on - this was distracting. It takes away the social side of a pub. If you want TV, stay at home and watch it.
Jonnysaint - 9 Dec 2010 14:17
A 2 minute walk away out of the town centre from The Seven Stars, on which I have just posted, is The Masons Arms, a smallish reasonably traditional inviting looking St Austells pub which advertises itself as an "Ale and Cider House".

The interior is comfortable and carpeted and traditionally furnished with horse brasses on the dark beams creating something of a country pub feel to the place.

On my recent early Sunday evening visit, somewhat incongruously, and out of character with the pub, a TV screen above a splendid inglenook fireplace with exposed brickwork, was showing an unadvertised American football game. The volume was loud and this dominated the pub, but none of the other half dozen or so customers were showing any real interest in the game.

Beers on from the St Austell range were Tinners, Tribute and Proper Job. The latter - 3.05p - was in good nick.

Any pub that is showing an American football game with the sound on at a loudish volume in a smallish pub like this, despite obvious customer indifference, is not going to get a glowing endorsement from yours truly. However, previous reviews here are generally positive, so I might have come in at a bad time. I'll reserve judgement on this one, therefore
JohnBonser - 23 Sep 2010 13:20

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