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Bars & Pubs
Eat, drink and sleep in a charming 16th century inn that stands equidistant between the north and south coasts of Cornwall. A historic location where John Wesley once preached and Walter Raleigh was once MP, The Plume of Feathers, Mitchell, is a long-standing family business that has been thoughtfully renovated into a country pub and B&B in Cornwall.
Harry's is a quirky cafe above On The Rocks with spectacular sea views. we offer an informal relaxing space for great coffee, lunch and homemade cakes.
Bertie O'Flannigan's is Newquay liveliest Irish Pub with top DJ's, music videos, live bands, live sport and great pub food. Watch all the big games in HD shown on our large screens. Check out when your team is playing and come on down.
Welcome to The Bowgie Inn situated on the West Pentire Headland, Crantock, the famous pub near Newquay. With stunning views over Crantock Bay, it is the perfect setting for eating or enjoying a few drinks after a walk on the beautiful headlands or the unspoiled beaches of nearby Crantock Beach and Polly Joke.