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Pubs & Inns

  • Sunday lunch sorted

    Bring on the Yorkshire puds! Best pubs for a weekend nosh up across 18 Muddy counties...

  • St Ives Pub Review: Halsetown Inn

    Looking for a cosy Cornish pub, with a cracking roast and breathtaking walks in every direction? This former miner's local - turned gastropub with character - is a firm Muddy fave.

  • The Gurnard’s Head

    My ultimate destination pub, in beautiful West Penwith! Go for the fish, go for the wine, go for the scenery. You won’t be disappointed.

  • Newlyn Gem: The Tolcarne Inn

    Sample some amazing local seafood at Ben Tunnicliffe's laidback Cornish pub (and one-time smuggler's haunt)...

    • Top Pub: The Mexico Inn

      Like a fool, I've been driving straight past this brilliant foodie pub on the road from Penzance to Marazion. Read all about this local favourite and get the Muddy verdict.

    • Sundays At The Star & Garter

      An amazing slow-cooked Sunday roast and stunning waterside views await at this gastro pub on Falmouth's old high street.

      • Little Meva Pub with Bags of Personality

        A short walk from bustling Mevagissey harbour, ancient local, The Kings Arms is being lovingly restored to its former glory. Owners Helen and Kris bought this 17th century free house two and a half years ago and it’s a labour of love that’s evident in every detail.

      • The Cornish Arms: Sunday Roast à la Rick Stein

        Just like my Mum will never order pasta in a pub, I’ve always been a bit snotty about pub roasts. See I’ve been perfecting the classic meat and thirteen veg combo myself for many years and have had my hopes dashed too often by overcooked meat and soggy potatoes. So the discovery of a traditional […]

        • Muddy Eats: The Pandora Inn

          There are pubs that you clock every day as you drive by, and then there are pubs that you’d never find without a bit of assistance from locals and brown road signs. The Pandora Inn falls in the latter. Situated on the Restronguet Creek (a creek! exotic), its not hard to see why this is one […]

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